Choose from Four Options
- $25 for $50 worth of brunch or lunch for two
- $50 for $100 worth of brunch or lunch for four or more
- $35 for $70 worth of dinner for two
- $70 for $140 worth of dinner for four or more
The brunch menu includes ricotta pancakes with fresh fruit ($8) and espresso-rubbed pulled pork with eggs and roasted potatoes ($13). The lunch and dinner menu features the Regina pizza with basil and buffalo mozzarella ($13), spinach pappardelle pasta with white duck ragu ($17), and free-range veal milanese ($32).
Hostaria del Piccolo Venice
The mantra at Hostaria del Piccolo Venice is "Eat Less Taste More," a saying that drives the restaurant's focus on vibrant flavors presented in modest portion sizes. The menu opens with a bevy of antipasti, including Venetian-style eel or baby octopus, as well as crispy fried pigs' ears and seared fresh ricotta. Every day of the week has a pasta special to call its own, but the most popular item on the menu is the pizza. Diners choose from 29 varieties of hand-crafted pies dressed in sauces that, like your favorite capes, come in varieties such as red or invisible. Pizza toppings include Sicilian olives, mozzarella di bufala, and housemade porchetta, among others. The weekend brunch crowd sips bellinis and aperol spritzes while tucking into plates of ricotta pancakes, smoked-salmon benedict, and frittatas.
What some people are buzzing about:
89% of 358 customers recommend
“great food and friendly staff”
“Great Sunday brunch and fabulous wood fire pizzas!”
“The food and service was great!”