Living an evening in Venice will fill your mind with a thousand memories. No matter how small Venice is, you will find what you are looking for if you want to enjoy a good night out. Venice has magnificent rooftop bars, such as the Skyline Rooftop bar or LaTerrazza bar, with unforgettable panoramic views. You can sip a Spritz or Bellini while gazing out over the canals of Venice. Everywhere you go, whether it's a disco club or the Venice Casino, you can sip the famous Prosecco.
Historic 'cafés' such as Caffe Florian and Gran Caffè Quadri in St. Mark's Square are also great stops for a refined aperitif. If, on the other hand, you prefer a cocktail in a more characteristic but stylish place, you should go to Osteria Paradiso Perduto. Bacaro Jazz, on the other hand, is a place where Venetians go to watch football matches or listen to live local bands. A more niche Jazz venue is the Venice Jazz Club, a must for Jazz lovers.
If you don't want to shut yourself away in a specific bar, wander around Campo Santa Margherita, the heart of Venice's youthful nightlife. There you can walk into any discopub, grab a drink and sit down, or continue your stroll sipping on the street. A similarly dynamic atmosphere can be found at the Santo Bevitore Pub in Cannareggio, a temple for lovers of craft beers.
As you can see, despite being a simple island, Venice has a lot to offer for those who want to discover the city's nightlife. Don't limit yourself to this list though, Venice has many hidden gems waiting to be discovered.