The restaurant business has always been the destiny of the Curigliano’s. While both Ed and Debbie worked in other industries it seemed that fate had other plans. Debbie started in the computer industry, but quickly followed her heart and began as a waitress, eventually moving into a management position. The timing was right when the current space became available, so Ed and Debbie opened Piccolina’s (as they like to refer to it, their 3rd child!).
They built a restaurant that reflected their passion: fine ingredients, creative food, quality wine and friendly service all within a welcoming, comfortable atmosphere. The Curigliano’s want Piccolina’s to be your special place; “We want Piccolina’s to feel like home. We want you to feel comfortable at all times, to find the food always fresh, the ingredients…quality and the service professional and friendly.”
Today, you can find the entire Curigliano family at Piccolina’s; daughter Angela on the floor, son Anthony in the kitchen or helping at the bar and on some days, even granddaughter Myla is ‘cleaning up’ the office. The feeling of family is passed along to loyal employees, who can be overheard calling customers by name or sharing a joke. Even local vendors, small businesses like Piccolina’s, have formed a loyal and respected relationship.