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Pricci is fun, stylish dining at its best complete with a contemporary Italian menu, dramatic interior and friendly service. This spin on classic cuisine results in a wide array of salads, pasta, pizza, meats and desserts that will dazzle with every bite. Esquire Magazine describes Pricci as “…a dazzlingly modern, very hip Italian restaurant,”one of America’s “20 Best New Restaurants.”
Atlanta, GA 30305
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm; Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm -11:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking is available at Pricci.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Casual yet classy, Pricci features modern interpretations of quintessential Italian fare including salads, seafood, meats and pastas. Whether you need an office luncheon or a rehearsal dinner, Pricci's sophisticated decor, great food and attentive staff promise a perfect evening.
Pricci Ratings and Reviews
This was our first time in Pricci. We had two cocktails, Cozze Piccanti (mussels) as an appetizer, Cesare as salad, one Risotto ai Funghi and one Spago No.7 Setaro, and tiramisu as dessert. We highly recommend the mussels and mushroom risotto. The mussels are sizable, fresh, and plenty. Being not over-seasoned, the original flavor of mussel is very outstanding. In addition, the mushroom risotto got A+ from us. All materials were as a whole but also gave each distinct texture at the same time. Cheese was smooth. Mushroom was chewy. Truffle inspired the flavor. We just couldn't help but clean up the food. We will definitely come back at some point.
We chose Pricci as our Sunday night dinner using our Ultimate Dining Card. We picked the November menu with wine pairings and were pleased with all of our selections, even though I was not particularly enthralled with my Antipasto Di Mare appetizer (with a fish-type paste/dip), even though the fried shrimp were tasty. My Cappellacci Del Doge (pasta with seafood) entree was delicious. Our server was very attentive.
The food was amazing, service was too notch. My only issue is when visiting a resturant that is $100/person the valet should be free. Charging $ and ten tipping is petty for parking on your own lot. Buckhead Life needs to pay valet company. I am happy to tip $5, charging $2 for parking is silly and cheep on the part of BHL.
Fortunately the food was really good, but overall experience was severely impacted when we went to retrieve the car parked with valet and came to find out that one of the valet drivers had hit another car in the parking lot causing damage to both cars involved. Claims were issued, but it definitely was not an ideal ending to a special night. May want to hire new valet drivers!
Best mussels ever. Has some spicy chilis in the broth, and grilled bread for dunking. Should be followed with a finger bowl, but it wasn't, and I didn't ask. We also had the grilled whole fish, served after deboning. It was very good, but a little too much oil. We did ask for fresh lemon which made it even better. All in all, it was a first-class meal.
Extensive wine list. Flavor food. Server was very sweet, checked in often but didn't bother us. We ordered a dish that wasn't on the menu, and she had the chef prepare it specially. Large portions. A bit of an older crowd, not a young & hip joint. Bonus: live jazz !
In addition to their normal menu, Pricci offers a prix fixé menu from a different region of Italy each month. These three-course menus, with available wine pairings offer a rare-for Atlanta opportunity to taste eclectic dishes from out-of-the way corners of the peninsula. My wife and I have tried these regional menus twice now, and it won't be the last time. Ingredients are impeccable, many items, such as the preserved chanterelles in the pasta this month, are prepared in house with skill and finesse, and everything is exceptionally good. The regular menu is also interesting, but the regional menu is fantastic.
Booked for our anniversary because it was listed as one of the city’s most romantic restaurants. Service was fine, special “happy anniversary” garnish on our dessert was a great touch. Found the decor to be significantly outdated and not particularly romantic, and my wife’s risotto was bland. The calamari was AWESOME though.
We sat in a cosy booth in the back by a server station, which offered a lot of privacy as there was no foot traffic. It started getting crowded after 6pm. Harrison was our stellar server this evening. Food was spectacular and I certainly would recommend a visit! I hope to come back soon myself.
We went to Pricci as part of the Dine Around program. Italian is not our typical cuisine of choice. We ordered 3 appetizers and a salad and it was plenty of food. The Funghi pizza was flavorful but needed some more oven time as the cheese on top was not fully melted and seemed more like "rubbery chunks." The mussels are outrageously delicious and I was eating the broth like a soup once the mussels were finished. The spinach and kale salad was also quite delicious and had many different textures. The balsamic onion dressing was "okay" but didn't do the salad justice. I made the mistake of ordering the Eggplant Parmesan appetizer. I didn't read the menu carefully enough otherwise I wouldn't have ordered it. Don't get me wrong-it was delicious but it was soooooo cheesy, which is how it should be, I just wouldn't normally order something so heavy and caloric if I was paying better attention. If that's not your concern, order away. It was tasty. The menu is not out of the box, but if you like traditional Italian dishes in an upscale setting, than Pricci is perfect. We'll continue to participate in the Dine Around program and I'm sure we will enjoy our next visit to Pricci.
Enjoyed the scallops with house made pesto and pasta with chanterelles. I requested low salt and they accommodated the request and still prepared a very tasty dish. Scallops cooked to just the point to retain a tender, tasty texture. This was one of the specials on the three course offer but also available as an entre if you did not want all three courses. My husband had a special salad with figs and the dessert that was part of the deal. We went for the dine-around this whole summer. Having $25 gift card off made this a reasonable cost but for these prices they need to be very good, I think when they started charging $4 for the cheese with tomato sauce with focaccia it was a little annoyance since it had been complimentary for years. Better they should have raised the revenue by adjusting prices somewhere else which most people would not even notice.
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