Page Six says they dined on mussel soup, crayfish and artichoke risotto at a tony Venetian restaurant.
The Venetian police force is headquartered in the former convent, Santa Zaccaria, another site that has seen more exciting days.
But the real innovation happens at a few gaudy hotels away from the action, in a few ballrooms deep in the bowels of the Venetian.
Behind her a film crew set up beneath an open-air Venetian pavilion.
Once upon a time, no self-respecting Venetian altar went without a carpet like these ones.
The Greek inhabitants gave no assistance to their Venetian masters.
Genoese and Venetian traders came with their stores of Eastern goods.
The next moment he fell, face downward, in the struggling mass, with a Venetian pike thrust through his thigh.
The Venetian shutters often had to be lowered in the summer to attenuate the great heat.
A Venetian, no matter how rich he might be, would never dream of inviting you to a set meal.
early 15c., "native or resident of Venice," from Medieval Latin Venetianus, from Venetia (see Venice). Also probably in part from Old French Venicien. As a kind of dress cloth, from 1710. Venetian blinds so called by 1791.