noun, plural ri·al·tos.
Origin of rialto
Examples from the Web for rialto
At Rialto, my focus is Italian and I use asparagus a million ways on my spring menus.
In 1994, she opened Rialto with partners Michele Larson and Karen Haskell.
Upon opening Rialto, the Boston Globe quickly awarded the restaurant four stars, the newspaper's highest rating.
Food Destination The market at Rialto, in Venice, is the Guggenheim of food.
The same morning Cecco had gone down to the Rialto to the fish-market.From a Swedish Homestead|Selma Lagerlf
At the Rialto bridge he stops the gondola, pays the man, and goes ashore.Sunrise|William Black
The transference of the Rialto to Iberia was of a piece with the discovery of a sea-coast in Bohemia.A Study of Shakespeare|Algernon Charles Swinburne
Evelyn states, without quoting his authority, that the Rialto at Venice is founded upon alder piles.Trees. A Woodland Notebook|Herbert Maxwell
None, but this of your own, Signore; which is the fastest of all that passed beneath the Rialto in this day's regatta.The Bravo|J. Fenimore Cooper
noun plural -tos
Word Origin for rialto
1879, "exchange, mart," from the Rialto of Venice, the name of the quarter where the exchange was situated, contracted from Rivoalto and named for the canal (Latin rivus altus "deep stream") which it crosses.