Eat like a real Italian at Pricci

posted on April 17, 2009 at 11:58 am
Pricci used to be my favorite Italian restaurant in Atlanta. My family celebrated numerous special occasions (my high school and college graduation parties included) and went very often for dinner. Over time, Pricci’s brightness began to dull. The decor was faded and dated. And we just stopped going on a regular basis. But Pricci is getting exciting again thanks to its new refreshed interior and a (relatively) new chef. Chef Piero Premoli, who hails from Milan, has quite the pedigree including many high profile New York restaurants. The chef has worked hard on bringing a taste of the real Italy to Atlanta was his simple, yet refined menu.

I spoke with the chef over the phone the other day for another upcoming story and he told me about these regional dinners he’s been hosting once a month for the past seven months. Each dinner focuses on a specific region of Italy and only costs $29.95 for a three-course meal. Wine pairings (3 full glasses) is an extra $10. Here is a sample menu for this month’s dinner which, according to the chef, is almost sold out.

April in the Region of Marche

Le Marche Italy, located on the eastern Italian coast is a scenically beautiful region rich in tradition and history. Dining in Le Marche is like taking a journey through Central Italy. Far more varied and adventurous than its Tuscan neighbor, it is truly one of the great regional cuisines of Italy.



Organic Zucchini, Cicerchie & Pecorino Soup, Fava Beans & Marscapone Mousse

Carpaccio D’Urbino

Kobe Beef, Shaved Pecorino Di Fossa, House Pickled Mushrooms & Truffle Dressing

Insalata Macerata

Ox Heart Tomato, Cucumber & Roasted Spring Onions with Olive Vinaigrette, Alici Marinate

Wine Pairing

Brut Di Macerata

This classic sparkling wine from Ramagna is dry and crisp with soft undertones of green apple and pears.

In Addition…

Olive Ascolane E Zucchini

Stuffed Ascolane Olives & Zucchini, Crisp and Delicious, Served with Salsa Verde E Salsa Rubra

$12.00 Additional (May Not Be Substituted)


Risotto Alla Pesarese

Wild Shrimp, Sweet Onion & Pepper Caponata Risotto, Finished Mantecato with Fresh Toma Cheese

Mezzelune Di Paranza

Homemade Pasta Filled with Adriatic Scampi, Swordfish & Ricotta Casara, Fresh Baby Artichoke Cream Sauce & Dadolata of Heirloom Tomato and Patatine

Adriatic Sgombro “Potacchio”

Char Grilled Spanish Mackerel and Served with Aglio Oli & Pacchino Tomato Sauce, Parsley & Rosemary Pesto

Agnello Ascolano

Pan Roasted Lamb Top Sirloin Served Tagliato on Pickled Ramps & Arugula Salad, Ascolana Olive Sauce

Wine Pairing

Verdicchio Delle Marche

Crisp and dry with hints of ripe tree fruits. This creamy white finishes with great minerality.


Rosso Delle Marche

Medium bodied, dry. This classic red from Marche is round and cut nicely with hints of spice and red fruits.


Dolce Di San Severino

This Tobago Dark Chocolate Salami is Studded with Dried Celeste Figs, Toasted Almonds & Served with Malaga Gelato

Panna Cotta Alle Fragole

Citrus and White Rum Pannacotta, Local Strawberries Marinated in Balsamic Honey Piroulines

Wine Pairing

Arancino San Bendetto

This traditional orange liqueur, served ice cold, has been a classic in Italy for centuries. Our Arancino is made in house.

Does Not Include Other Beverages, Georgia Sales Tax or Gratuity.

I haven’t been yet, but do hope to go to one soon. There is no information online, but you can call the restaurant at 404-237-2941 for more details, dates and reservations.
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One comment

  • Re: Eat like a real Italian at Pricci
    posted by: mingaling · April 17, 2009  12:58 PM

    this gives me a great excuse to use our neglected gift card. thanks!

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