The restaurant in Venice that charged 4 tourists €1,100 for a steak dinner has been fined €14,000
|01/26/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- A restaurant in Venice charged four tourists €1,100 ($1,350/£970) for four steaks, fried fish, and water.
- The news garnered some bad publicity for Venice.
- Osteria da Luca has since received visits from the police and health and building inspectors, who fined it €14,000.
- The Venetian Hoteliers Association also offered the tourists a free two-night stay at one of the city’s hotels.
A restaurant in Venice that massively overcharged some tourists for a steak dinner has been fined €14,000 ($17,500/£12,300) by authorities in the city.
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