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464 N Halsted St
Chicago, IL 60622
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- Sunday: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Monday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
- Tuesday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
- Wednesday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
- Thursday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
- Friday: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
- Saturday: 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Cuisine: Italian Restaurants
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price range:$26 to $50
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Blogger Reviews of Piccolo Sogno
Eating For Sanity on Jun 11, 2013
For the past couple of years, Piccolo Sogno has steadily built its reputation as one of the most popular Italian restaurants in the city...
Piccolo Sogno Reviews
Patio is gorgeous!
by Jodi F.
One of the best patios ever and service to match.
by Ryan D.
Try the Minestrone Con Pesto (via @Foodspotting)
by Matthew S.
Dining on the lush patio is like eating at the lavish home of a dear friend! The food and wine is outstanding!
by Lisa C.
Restaurant week special was perfect. The salmon is perfectly cooked.
by Guadalupe C.
This is good place.
by Nevzat T.
Once the restaurant tried closing early for a Lyric Opera cast party, but no one would leave, because patrons heard “Oprah,” not “opera.”
by Philip C.
The hazelnut chocolate molten cake.
by Nguyen D.
Delicious food. Can't go wrong with anything.
by Chloe R.
Known for their outdoor patio, killer wine list (super hidden bargins) and black truffles!
by RIA Social
Check out the Italian black truffles — served up on the risotto with porcini broth. Indulgence!
by RIA Social
You have to have the Brazino --incredible!
by Michael F.
Beet salad - so good, earthy
by Olivia L.
It sits on a corner of a very busy six-way intersection, but you'd never know it once you're ensconced in the backyard patio, shielded by tall fencing and surrounded by uplit landscaping.
by Chicago Tribune
Christian works at the bar. Came from Argentina, spent 10 yrs in Florida, recently moved to Chicago. He knows how to do an authentic Caipirinha.
Try the Burrata con culatello - Amazing. Hand stuffed mozzarella and prosciutto. (via @Foodspotting)
Great atmosphere but we've been here for an hour with no one to take our order. So go with plenty on time to spare....
by Cari B.
Like a little Tuscan vacation - don't miss the olive oil and balsamic, buona!
by Cate L.
Neapolitan pizzas and classic pastas deliver on their promises. Meat and seafood entrées marry fresh local ingredients with solid Italian preparations. The ivied patio ranks among the city’s best.
by Chicago magazine
We'd love to go everywhere during Restaurant Week but can't. Show us what you think we should eat the next time we're here with a picture of your dish. Tweet it to us @motorola. Happy eating!
by Motorola M.
Order the pear and goat cheese salad! Best thing I've eaten this year
by Zoe T.
The wifi password is 'spaghetti'
by mark c.
Second best Italian in the city. Amazing patio. See Davanti for the best, but don't skip this spot.
by Brian H.
Best Amaro Selection in Chicago including rare boutique Italian Digestivo's and our own local hum Botanical Spirit, an American Amaro
by Adam S.
This Italian restaurant is legendary for its patio, a fenced-in oasis of leafy trees, yellow umbrellas and sunshine galore.
by Gilt City
Great food and one of the best outdoor areas in the city
by Matt G.
MUST HAVE: SPAGHETTI NERI CON GAMBERI
by Pascale W.
Great food but closes between lunch and dinner so a late lunch is a bad idea.
by Nicole R.
You just have to sit outside to get the full experience, it's beautiful! Spaghetti Neri is the must try here.
by Erin T.
Lobster risotto is excellent, as is the beef carpaccio appetizer.
by Kirstjen L.
Gorgeous patio. Outstanding homemade balsamic. Great food.
by Julie E.
Close your eyes and point to a pasta dish. You can't go wrong.
by Lee W.
One of Chicago's best outdoor dining patios
by kate F.
One of the best patios I've ever seen
by Nicholas F.
Our concierge Catherine at Sax Chicago says that when you're enjoying a long lunch in Piccolo Sogno's garden, it feels no different than relaxing in Tuscany.
by Thompson Hotels
You won't find lasagna or tiramisu on the menu. Restaurant is very L-O-U-D-not the place for a first date. Very extensive wine list. Try the chocolate hazelnut dish for dessert. Trust me.
by T H.
Even if you can't sit on the city's best patio all year, chef Tony Priolo's pizzas, housemade pastas and grilled meats make a trip worth it even in the dead of winter. [Eater 38 Member]
My favorite place for Italian. Chef Tony Priolo cooks seasonal rustic Italian food. The boys and I love to go for their thin-crusted pizzas. The restaurant has an amazing outdoor deck that transforms
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