The most complete Venetian dining experience in the country, drawing its flavors from the Tre Venezia Veneto region of northeastern Italy. Canaletto’s sophisticated, welcoming Italian ambiance is highlighted by gracious and abundant hospitality, five-star service, and a diverse menu with choices for every taste.
Canaletto Newport Beach offers elegant private and semi-private dining space along with a wide range of specialized menus and services to match our authentic, award winning Italian cuisine. Our experienced staff will work closely with you to create a memorable event for you and your guests.
CASANOVA (32 seated | 45 reception)
A private dining room located at the front of the restaurant that features a fireplace and large windows that fully open so you and your guests can enjoy that al fresco dining experience.
MARCO POLO (44 seated | 55 reception)
A private dining room located at the back of the restaurant that features beautiful wooden accents, a 6-foot drop down projector screen and audio-visual connections. French-glass doors open to the Veranda extending the room capacity for a semi-private reception.
VERANDA (64 seated | 75 reception)
The Veranda is an open air patio that overlooks the Terrance and main dining room. It features a retractable awning, adjustable heaters and fans. The Veranda is divided into two sections that allows you to play with the space. The smaller side features a fireplace and can seat up to 24 guests and the larger side can seat up to 40 guests.
MARCO POLO + VERANDA (106 seated | 115 reception)
A combination of the Marco Polo and Veranda may be reserved for larger groups.
Restaurant Buy Out Available 150-175
Great place for a fancy italian food craving~ My family and I came around 07:15 PM friday evening, glad we made a reservation since it was packed when we... More
Lunch was pretty tasty. I must say this beautiful restaurant has a good variety of healthy food options. My colleague who ordered pasta told me he could... More
Our waitress confronted us and stated that the 18% tip we left was insufficient. I asked her "what did she think she deserved instead?" She would not... More