Pizza places in our city were the same old, same old- either quick & dirty pizza chains or fine-dining hot spots. But who said there couldn't be something in between? In 2016, we created just that.

A place where authentic, custom-crafted Neapolitan pizza could be fired up in 90 seconds, and enjoyed without a reservation, white tablecloth or 20% gratuity. Amen to that.

 A place where 'quick & easy' could actually mean fresh, healthy and high-quality. (Don't believe us? Keep on scrolling.) And a place that turns something you've eaten a million times, into a completely fresh, new experience. "Let's have pizza" will never mean the same thing again. (PiCo website)

PiCo Pizza Bar
Foods from PiCo Pizza Bar


Apr 1
They seem to be 10" pies. My wife and I split one (2 slices each) but I could easily have a third slice.

Mar 31
Are these individual pizzas? Or will one pizza feed two people? Their web site gives no indication of size.

Mar 31
Excellent pizza at a good price. I found the crust perfect in char, chew, moistness and airiness. It reminded me a lot of Libretto in Toronto. Much better than Fiazza, ingredients and execution.

They put toppings on generously, lots of basil leaves on the margarita. Both fior di latte and mozzarella cheeses I tried were great. They have two tomato sauces, both good but one of them is thicker and richer. I think you can only get the thin one on the margarita.

Margarita is $10, craft make your own up to 6 toppings is $14. I've been there 3 times, once for their Pi day, $3.14 pizzas, march 14. Pepperoni, mushrooms, chorizo, roasted garlic, sundried tomatoes, red peppers, the cheeses and sauces mentioned above, all top notch in taste and freshness.

Nice, clean store, friendly efficient staff, quick assembly line system.

I hope they survive this period and succeed when they open the downtown store as well. Excellent brand!

Mar 26
Meant to post this a couple of weeks ago, but I tried PiCo for the first time and found it to be good pizza. Only negative is that the dough is incredibly salty. There are a lot of toppings and ordering for the first time was a bit overwhelming so it's best to enter with a game plan. My pie had white sauce, mozzarella, fior de latte, mushrooms, roasted garlic, chili oil, red onions and chicken. Next time I'd probably go with a cured meat instead. I hope they are doing lots of deliveries, they opened very shortly before getting shut down for dine-in and their oven looks expensive. I liked it much better than Fiazza.