Trust me, any good review you read about this place was written by the desperate owner or his friends! 6 out of the 12 restaurants have already gone out of business this year and this one will join them soon (in fact it's already on it's second run, having sunk once last year)... and i'll tell you why: 1) cramped little dining area, and low lighting doesn't hide the extreme lack of walking space or elbow-room! 2) sub-par service for the high-priced menu. 3) bad food. italian food with a heavy mexican influence, and surprisingly bland. if you want any flavor, try the chipotle, chorizo, or 'southwestern' dishes. whatever you do, don't waste your money on a pizza! the pies are an insult to pizza-making - especially for the price - soggy, poorly-made pizzas with no flavor,,, i'm serious, i took a slice home, gave it to my dog, and he just looked at me funny, like, what is this crap?
Just fantastic! I am so thrilled that there is finally an organic restaurant on the north side of Tucson. The food is great and the staff is courteous and pleasant. I plan on making Picazzo's my go to spot. I rarely eat out, as I refuse to throw good money down the drain for over-priced, bad food that just makes you sick after you eat it! Stop eating the hormone/chemically ridden food served-up at most restaurants, and try the great organic pizzas and salads at Picazzo's. Your taste buds and body will thank you.