Old World Food, New World Class Ambience
Bar/Lounge Only until 6:45 p.m.
EVERYDAY - $8
Polpette alla Marsala – 10” Cheese Pizza
Bruschetta Casalinga – 10” Pepperoni Pizza
Arancine alla Palermitana - Grilled Sausage Wheel
Soufflé di Melanzane – Piccolino Salad
Pane al Pomodoro di San Marzano - Fritti del Goloso
Well Vodka – Gin – Rum – Brandy – Whiskey Cocktails
SUNDAY & MONDAY - $5
TUESDAY - $7
Tito’s Tini Tuesdays
MONDAY & WEDNESDAY - $7
Select Wine by the Glass
*excludes featured or Premium wines
THURSDAY – 50/50
50% off all wines under $50
SATURDAY - $8
Piccolino Moscow Mule
Brad A. Johnson: Piccolino is the poshest Italian restaurant in South County
It occurs to me while I’m eating the panzanella at Piccolino that this is one of my favorite things in the whole world, a simple Italian bread salad made with little more than vine-ripened heirloom tomatoes and high-quality olive oil. It surprises me because that’s not something that usually enters my mind when eating bread salads anywhere else.
When food is this simple, everything has to be just right, and by that I mean mostly the tomatoes need to be just right. And in this case, the tomatoes are perfect.
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