We love this restaurant and have been regulars for years. This is an upscale Italian restaurant - definitely not your spaghetti and meatballs type, although they have a wonderful selection of pasta dishes. We always begin by sharing a watercress salad, which is consistently delicious. They also serve some nice bread with an amazingly good olive tapanade. Two of us enjoyed a fish special - this is pretty much our favorite "seafood restaurant" as well, often way out-doing the various regular seafood restaurants we go to. My mother-in-law ordered the ravioli stuffed with pistachio in cream sauce, which is amazingly good.
Don't be fooled by the name. Il Pizzico I am told translates as "The Pinch." Nothing to do with pizza, which they don't even serve.
In addition to great food, the service at Il Pizzico is excellent. Attentive. Friendly. The owner, Enzo, often walks around the restaurant asking diners how they are doing and inquiring about any needs. Enzo ordered our wine for us which is always appreciated as the wine list is all Italian wines, many of which I have am not familiar with.
Finally, the prices at Il Pizzico are quite reasonable. Entrees range from $14 to $24 generally. Wine prices are also reasonable.
I give Il Pizzico my highest recommendation.