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Piccolo Pizzeria & Bar

6 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

July 18, 2018
Great pizza + pasta deals on weekdays
February 04, 2017
Great deal on Mondays and Tuesdays: 2 pizzas for price of 1
January 09, 2016
Great eat-in and takeaway pizzas (two-for-one on mondays!)
May 03, 2015
Cheap and cheerful pizza. Can eat in or get takeaway
April 21, 2014
Great little Italian pizza and pasta place! Our favorite is the parma ham and rocket pizza along with a side of calamari - yum!

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Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Friday 12:00 AM