Piccolo Ristorante

2826 East Commercial Blvd Ft Lauderdale, FL 33308

We are NOT your everyday Italian Restaurant

With so many Italian restaurants in the Fort Lauderdale area, many people get the idea that they are all the same.  Same wines, same food, same look.  If you have dined with us before, you know why we are different.  If you have not dined with us before, let us tell you just what separates us from the rest of the Italian Restaurants in Fort Lauderdale.

When you go out to dine at a fine dining restaurant, you expect a little bit more to the "experience".  Of course, the traditional white linen table cloths, good food and service are to be expected.  But what really constitutes a "fine dining EXPERIENCE"?  Well, it is the details.  From start to finish, you should expect to see the staff care about EVERYTHING:  Fresh home-made bread, sauces and desserts from the kitchen; Dishes that are a work of art; soft but enjoyable background music that is the perfect volume so you can enjoy a conversation; Service not just with a smile but with a genuine interest in ensuring your experience is top notch; Food and Wine that when paired create a whole other world of flavor that you have never experienced before.  This...this is what Piccolo Ristorante does!

We pride ourselves on creating a unique dining experience for each of our guests.  Chef Andres has explicitly designed each of his dishes for specific flavor and presentation purposes. Before we opened our doors, we sat down with our wine supplier and tasted 3 or 4 wines with each of Chef's dishes to ensure we found a great pairing.  The importance of the food and wine pairing is at the heart of the dining experience we offer our guests.   So, if you haven't yet enjoyed a dining experience in our "Piccolo" Ristorante, make your reservation now and come find out why we are the best dining experience in Fort Lauderdale.  And make sure to check out our first Wine Pairing Dinner on April 12th.

“Food without wine is a corpse; wine without food is a ghost; united and well matched they are as body and soul, living partners.”
Andre Simon (1877-1970)