IL . BA. CA. RO

The name Il Bacaro comes from the Venetian dialect relating to ‘Bacco’ (Bacchus) the god of wine.

 

One evening a gondolier exclaimed “Bon! Bon! Questo xe proprio un Vin de bacaro” (Very good! This is indeed a ‘vin de bacaro’).

 

‘Far bacara’ is a Venetian expression which means to be jolly and enjoy yourself; to eat and drink in good company.

 

A ‘vin de bacaro’ (bacaro wine) is a wine suited to this purpose.

It was a wise person who commented that good taste never goes out of style and so it is with Il Bacaro. 

After twenty-five years of delivering the quintessential Melbourne dining experience on Little Collins Street, we felt it was time to undergo our own little 'Italian Renaissance' and venture back to our Venetian roots.

After twenty-five years of delivering the quintessential Melbourne dining experience on Little Collins Street, we felt it was time to undergo our own little 'Italian Renaissance' and venture back to our Venetian roots.

After twenty-five years of delivering the quintessential Melbourne dining experience on Little Collins Street, we felt it was time to undergo our own little 'Italian Renaissance' and venture back to our Venetian roots.

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