Piccolo

Row 1

Details
4300 Bryant Ave S (at W 43rd St)
Minneapolis, MN 55409
(612) 827-8111
New American
$ $
Hours
Mon, Wed–Thu, Sun: 5:30 PM–9:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM

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  • Get the roasted chicken with ricotta pain perdu, cipollini onions, and golden turnips ($13). Everything youd want in a roasted bird -- juicy, meaty, and comforting.
  • Voted Best Restaurant by City Pages in 2011! The menu is made up almost entirely of small plates, so every night can be a tasting menu
  • One of Andrew Zimmern's favorite restaurants in the world. Chef Doug Flicker showed Andrew how to create new foods by using transglutiminase, also known as meat glue.
  • Go here for an intimate, reverent food experience. The portions may be mere spoonfuls, but each bite constitutes a new flavor memory.
  • For about $10 a pop, diners receive the sorts of plates that chefs might whip up for themselves after a long day's work or when they're in a fanatic, R&D, recipe-tinkering mode.
  • It has a menu that changes seasonally but almost always includes scrambled eggs with pickled pig's trotters, truffle butter and Parmigiano.
  • Piccolo has only two dozen seats; reservations are advised even for an early dinner
  • So amazingly delicious. Come celebrate something wonderful here immediately.
  • Voted Best Restaurant When Someone Else is Paying by City Pages in 2012! Food is nearly flawless. The best way to taste every delicious bite is to bring someone w/ deep pockets & order the entire menu
  • Proof that New York and larger cities don't have better options than what's available to us here in MPLS.
  • One of the best places to go in Mpls. Be sure to try things youve never even imagined eating or tasting so good. Flicker has perfected his art.
  • Had a bit of every item on the menu between three people. One of the best meals of my life.
  • Small portions, small bill, huge flavor. This rarity of a small-plate restaurant promises beauty and flavor; try the tiny bergamot cheesecake with a speck of orange confit and drop of anise ice cream.
  • Just go and enjoy some small plates here. You can't go wrong. Mmmmm
  • Get the tasting menu
  • Very unique menu and great service.
  • One of the best meals I've had. And check out the bathroom, it's lovely.
  • Each ingridient has its own great taste. But you tasta the real greatness when all united as one in your mouth. Like jedi soldiers. MTFBWY.
  • Seasonal, surprising, visually impeccable plates to break your midwestern stereotypes (this will not be a heavy, gut-busting meal) and uphold them (the staff and neighborhood vibe are Minnesota Nice).
  • Get the tasting menu, individual plates are way too small to satisfy you