Anyway, Piccolo's panini menu is heavy on the cured meats, because if you can't get bresaola, prosciutto, capicola or soprasetta on a toasted sandwich, why even bother waking up in the morning? The panini run around $7 (and come with a house pickled side salad!), but if you want a $2 sample portion, the bruschetta menu has almost as many options as the panini menu, albeit with more of a vegetarian vibe. A few salads and gelato round out the offerings, leaving locals with a good place to grab a snack before a night out partying, maybe.
Piccolo Mondo [MenuPages]
[Photo: a piccolo, Zero Reed Instruments]