Piccino is a light, unfussy foodie hangout where the seasonal plates are as modern as the interior. From 1800’s barn to modern beauty, this tiny corner of the Dogpatch has come a long way thanks to Sheryl Rogat and Margherita Stewart-Sagan. The pair saw big potential in a tiny 700 square foot room and, instead of sticking with a dark industrial aesthetic typical of the neighborhood, they went with bight, natural elements. Tall windows let light bounce off copper tabletops, past the exposed kitchen, over the communal banquet table, and across a white-washed wall.
“We get up early. We stay up late. We get dirty. We make the same impeccable dish 100 times over in a day. We laugh, we cry. We search for the best ingredients. We like to surprise. We like good wine. We celebrate. We restore. We rejuvenate. We make mistakes and then we fix them. We learn and relearn everyday. We are human. We love each other because of it. We welcome everyone into our home, Piccino.”