Pinocchios Incredible Italian
Want an Appetizer?
Try our Delicious Toasted Ravioli
On how Pinocchio's Brighton came to be...After deciding that the existing Pack-n-Ship business was not our cup of tea, we knew that we had to figure out what to do with this historic 1912 brick building. Months of restoring the building to its original beauty left us with a beautiful blank slate. Still not knowing what to do and needing a tenant, we passed an old favorite haunt, Sweet Tomato, in Lafayette. The sign said "The Tomato is Back!" Excited, we went to eat there the next day; it was as if they had never skipped a beat even after being closed for five years. We kept going back and finally met the owner, Annie Vick. Sensing an opportunity, we told her about our building in hopes that she would be interested in bringing her ideas and recipes to Brighton.
Before we knew it, we were partners in Brighton's newest Italian restaurant, Pinocchio's. It has truly been an alignment of the stars; this restaurant was made for this building, made for this town. Opening February 2009, we have established ourselves in this community with our consistantly high quality food, service and ambiance. We were in business with Annie and Rod Vick until April 2010, when they felt we were "ready to leave the nest," so to speak. Regardless, we have maintained a wonderful working and personal relationship with the Vicks.
We are amazed day after day when speaking with our guests, always hearing, "What an incredible meal! What an incredible place!" We promise you...simply incredible Italian.
- Pam & Gary Plock (Owners - Pinocchios Brighton)