Enterning Palazzo Venart, you will end up in a private courtyard, where magnolia trees scented with a pleasant and delicate fragrance and will shelter you from the venetian sun. This romantic corner is the Ristorante Glam’s location.
Our latest creation, as well as our first in the city of the Serenissima, the Glam can receive up to 40 guests both inside and outside.
Proposing classic venetian dishes revisited with modern techniques and a touch of contemporaneity, with Donato Ascani and our team, we have introduced this new exclusive restaurant to the gastronomic scene of Venice.
With a large choice of refined wines and a careful and personalised high quality level of service, the Glam is an unmissable place, based in one of the most suggestive residences of Venice.
The offer of the Glam Restaurant of Enrico Bartolini is focused on the extraordinary flavours of the Laguna in a tasty anc contamporary vision.
The wine list pays homage to the venetian territory, to Italy and France.


GLAM Enrico Bartolini’s offer is focused on extraordinary flavours of the venetian lagoon in a tasty and contemporary key.

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Wine List

The wine list gives credit to the venetian territory, to Italy and to France.

Download the wine list PDF



Donato Ascani, class of 1987, with an intense and minimalist vision, is the resident chef at the GLAM. Remo Capitaneo and I have involved him for his constant attention to the ingredients and for his refined taste.


As well as receiving two Michelin stars in Milan, a Michelin star in Bergamo and a Michelin star in Castiglione della Pescaia, Enrico Bartolini is a member of the Jeunes Restaurateurs ®,

and the Le Soste ® network, has been a Krug Ambassador since 2013, collabotares with Skelmore Hospitality for Roberto’s in Dubai and in Abu Dhabi and with Dining Concept for Spiga by Enrico Bartolini in Hong Kong.

Enrico has been an EXPO 2015 Chef Ambassador and, during summer 2015, he gave birth to a partnership with La Collina dei Ciliegi to manage the SkyLounge VIP at San Siro football stadium.

© Enrico Bartolini