This bustling Italian favorite features Milan-born chef Piero Premoli’s inventive takes on classic Italian dishes and housemade pastas. Voted the Best of Atlanta’s ‘Best Italian’ for 2015, the stylish, inviting eatery has timeless appeal; it’s been a fixture on the Buckhead dining scene for 25 years.
“Italian native and Executive Chef Piero Premoli holds nothing back when it comes to delivering authentically awesome Italian fare like lasagna espresso and ravioli di brasato. And you won’t want to skip dessert (try the bauletti di ricotta) made by an expert team, who study desserts exclusive to the region.” – Jezebel Magazine
“All the pasta is house-made, and walks that enchanted line between delicacy and heartiness. Artichoke and spinach tortelli appear as fat pillows with long pasta wings on each end, the filling made fluffy from ricotta. Bathed in brown butter and complemented by pine nuts and fresh tomato, the dish hits exactly the right notes of flavor, comfort and balance.” – Creative Loafing
[on 10 Pasta Dishes You Need to try: Pricci’s Short Rib Ravioli] “Pillowy ravioli is made from beef short rib that's been braised in Barbera wine from the Piedmont and mixed with herbs and cheese. It's a hearty dish for cooler temps, and served with the braising liquid and root vegetables.” – Zagat
White tuxedo-clad waiters set a classy tone, while clubby, red circular booths and mirrors on the walls lend an old school Italian feel. White tablecloths and art deco touches complete the aesthetic, along with the crowds – it’s a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.
500 Pharr Road Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30305