Larkspur >Picco Restaurant
Highly recommended.... I ate at Picco in late October with a group of eleven, purely by accident, after the nearby Lark Creek Inn lost our reservation. It ended up being wonderful serendipity. The folks at Picco were so accommodating and gracious, both the hostess and our server were professional and friendly. Our server especially, she was among the best I've encountered--knowledgeable about the menu, fun, and impeccable in guiding a big group into the right combination of small plates. And the food! Everyone absolutely raved about the dishes, there were plenty of choices for vegetarians, and we got fabulous wine recommendations too. We ordered a good sampling of the appetizers and small plates, and they were all delicious, but the risotto of the day (the best and freshest restaurant risotto I've had) and the spinach ravioli brought conversation to halt. None of our dishes disappointed. Don't miss dessert either, we sampled at least half the options, and it was hard to pick a favorite.
Dare to share at this Marin hot spot, where organic small-plate dishes proudly stray from the ordinary..
San Francisco Chef Bruce Hill lures diners from around the Bay Area to this historic Larkspur outpost, where the dining room's rustic brick walls and comfy booths create a scene that's both inviting and trendy. A restaurant designed for sharing, Picco offers internationally influenced California cuisine in the form of local-ingredient-driven small plates. Early-arriving diners can try a signature cocktail at the always-bustling full bar or peruse the global wine list to whet their appetites.
THE BEST FOOD IN MARIN. The sophisticated yet aproachable cuisine that picco constructs is wowing. The mini burgers incredible, the kobe steak amazing, the mini milkshakes satisfying. The best of marin with affordable prices
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