Nice service staff, average food for the price. Salads were very good and drinks were good .
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Piccolo's is an old fashioned Italian restaurant where they make the pasta by hand. It's not a fancy place, but the food is always great. Portions are large and home made sauces are wonderful. the only drawback is service can be very slow at times....More
A nice experience on a busy New Years eve. Was very lucky to fnd last minute table for 9 via Opentable and after booking Manager called me to let me know Table was ready when we were (he let us know we had time before...More
Being a New Yorker, I sometimes find the Italian food in restaurants in Massachusetts to be too heavy, relying on too many cream based suaces. Piccolo's was much lighter and more flavorful. The service was great and the Sinatra soundtrack added to the ambiance. We...More
Just had our second visit to Piccolo's this evening and can honestly say that this is among the best Italian food I've found anywhere. Funky older room with good staff and a terrific owner who pays amazing personal attention (in fact, he remembered me from...More
Waitress did not crack a smile the entire time we were there. Most of the menu items are not "diet-friendly"--pasta & (fattening) sauces with most meals, though I was able to substitute the grilled vegetable for pasta. No one in our party of 4 was...More
This is my first negative review on this site... About three days ahead of time we made reservations for a party of four for my birthday. We arrived at the restaurant at about 7:32, and were told by the hostess and the owner that they...More
Heard raves reviews about Piccolo's and finally tried it. The atmosphere is nice, small but not cramped. The food lived up to expectations. I had the Ravioli Ricardo and was very impressed. The service could have been better.
Ended up at Piccolo's after trying to get into a Mexican restaurant across the street that had a two-hour wait. We didn't have to wait at 6pm (although there were quite a few waiting when we left at 7:30) and were escorted into a quaint...More
My wife and I dined at Piccolo's Fri., March 15, 2008. The service and food was suberb. I had fried haddock (fish, stuffed artichokes, and rice) and my wife had an antipasti (Asparagus, farm-fresh sunny-side egg, cracked black pepper and parmigian). The portions were large...More