Pisacco is a contemporary bistro which creates a new standard in welcoming guests, with friendly accessibility, relaxed comfort and an impressive menu. Pisacco is spread across two floors: the upper floor at the street level, which encompassed the bar and the cafe, and a lower level, housing the restaurant, flooded with natural light through large glass windows.
Upon entering, the large mirrored wall to the right, with a base of technical units for the bar, makes a statement which declares Pisacco and its aim. Straight ahead, two communal, zinc tables are simultaneously work areas (servers) and gathering areas (diners), relieving both servers and diners from the usual bar rituals, therefore further creating a sense of community.
On the opposite side of the room is an original mural extending across the entire wall, created by the artist Gabriella Ciancimino, a “punk” garden of herbs and florals. The mural acts as a backdrop upon which a variety of contemporary works of art will alternate, on loan from the network of friends and investors behind Pisacco. With the exceptions of the specially created tables in rough iron and cement, and original light fixtures, "bouquets" in electrical wire, from the Paris concept store Merci, all furniture and lights are from Discipline.