- Welcome to Piccolo Sogno Due
- The entrance leads into the bar or straight into the dining room
- Elegant touches are seen throughout the room
- This gorgeous mural is reminiscent of Italian table settings
- Chef Todd Stein in a relaxed moment
- Brass pans hang effortlessly in the kitchen
- Light from the full-length windows floods the dining room
- A mother of pearl wall hanging adds shimmer
- This new patio will soon be filled with happy diners
[Photo: Jason Little]
In late May, Eater dropped a Plywood Report on the state of Piccolo Sogno Due. At the time, the space was well underway, but certainly had a lot of work to do. Now the restaurant, the second from Tony Priolo and Ciro Longobardo, with chef Todd Stein, is complete and looking quite gorgeous. Even better, the restaurant is now officially open for both lunch and dinner.
The space is elegant and refined while at the same time being approachable and warm. A gorgeous mural graces one wall while a mother of pearl wall covering sits along another. Light floods the dining room from numerous windows on the east and south sides and a new patio, which will soon be set up, sits just off the dining room.
The 140-seat restaurant features a 10-seat bar and a private-dining room that can be used for dinner service when parties aren't booked. The room has a chocolate and blue color scheme with white tablecloth-covered wood tables. And a new 50-seat patio off the dining room was constructed and will soon be set up. Coming soon: the menu.
· Piccolo Sogno Due Opening Mid-June With New Patio [~EChi~]