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A meal at Canaletto runs the gamut from just $10 for light bites on the antipasti menu (such as the baccala alla vincentina, the salt cod baked in milk with onion, capers and garlic, served over soft polenta), up to $40 for the costata di manzo, a grilled 22-ounce rib eye steak. In between, you’ll find Venetian specialties envisioned by executive chef Maurizio Mazzon, a native of Venice. Some of his dishes include classic pizzas, risotto, gnocchi, pastas and seafood. We recommend checking out the risotto, such as the Venezia Antica, which is made with asparagus, saffron, chicken breast and Grana Padano. Or treat yourself to some seafood, such as the zuppa di pesce alla chioggiotta, a seafood stew with scampi, prawns, scallops, clams, mussels and fresh fish fillet served with grilled garlic ciabatta. You can easily have a dinner for two at Canaletto for under $100, so don’t hesitate to check out this Las Vegas restaurant where the Grand Canal and St. Mark’s Square meet.