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Brian Daskalovitz
· January 29, 2018
First off I tried emailing this restaurant and no one responded to my 3 email attempts. info@voltrestaurantcom is a complete waste of time.

My wife and I went to Aggio’s in Ashburn on Saturday and the service level we experienced was embarrassing. First, we were seated near the open kitchen, but it took a waiter 30 minutes to approach us. We ordered a four-course meal but wanted to pair it with a few glasses of wine. Our waiter took our order and never appeared again. After another half an hour I had to go to the bar to order drinks. Then after another half an hour, I had to walk up to the kitchen and ask if my waiter had quit in the middle of his shift. I also could not help but notice that one of the waiters had a police ankle bracelet on.

Needless to say, this was not the service or dining experience I expected from the Brian Voltaggio brand.
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Eloise Katchusky Griffin
· November 5, 2017
I loved the food. The meatballs were great. The lasagna fantastic. The pumpkin cheesecake terrific. The service was horrific. There is no method to their wait staffs operation. They came over n ...asked but every time we needed something it didn’t happen even when we asked for the same thing from multiple servers. Oh there were four Pricey thanks to Four glasses of wine. I’d eat there again if i could serve myself. See More
Koyel Mookerjee
· September 20, 2017
Great food and space! Glad they added the kids menu and the promo kids eat for free Mon-Wed until end of Sept. They need to do more community outreach though because a lot of people still have no id...ea about them. We've gone there 4 times and it has never been crowded. Not too pricey either so give it a try! See More
Colleen English Ross
· October 23, 2017
My husband and I returned to Aggio again last night to celebrate our wedding anniversary after having a lovely meal last year. We were not disappointed. The lasagna was as wonderful as we remembered. ...We really enjoyed the smoked apple pie, which was a new addition this year. I did miss the fig appetizer Aggio had last fall. See More
Deb Dewey
· August 18, 2017
We arrived for dinner at 6:30. It took 10-15 minutes for the waitress to come to serve us with the comment, "oh you just sat down right?" And service went down after that. If it wasn't for bus boy a...nd waitress at next table... after we finally got our meal and asked for a box, she said she would bring us the check. We had ordered the three course fixed menu. She was ready to send us off without the third course. Never coming back. Food was ok--average for Italian and not comparable to the meals we have had in Italy. See More
Lorraine Lundqvist
· September 23, 2017
I went here with two friends tonight and we absolutely loved the food, the presentation and the staff! The restaurant has really hit its mark now after taking over the space previously occupied by Fa...mily Meal. Their new head chef is absolutely fantastic! Check it out! See More
Jennifer Koppenhaver-Benitez
· October 25, 2017
LOVE the food here. It’s modern Italian—familiar flavors and dishes with a twist. Plus the service can’t be beat. And their happy hour specials are a real bargain!
Jim McKone
· June 19, 2017
This is the ultimate Italian experience, except for dining in downtown Rome. This is the real deal. You can taste the quality and know the chef is a top notch cook. We absolutely enjoyed all the serv...ings and had a great time. Freshness.....the true definition can be found at Aggio. Cannot wait to return. See More
Pam Shelton-Anderson
· September 16, 2017
Great food with superb service and a nice patio. Prices are decent too.
Terri Snyder
· February 11, 2017
One of the worst restaurant experiences we've had since we moved to Leesburg 20 years ago. Seriously, the staff is poorly trained, the service was just so bad. (We were told even with our reservatio...n at 6pm and an empty restaurant we had to be seated in the bar). I asked if we could have a booth and the hostess mumbled something about the other tables being spoken for...?? I thought that's what reservations were?? We had some good wine but it was served in tiny tasting goblets. The meal was "meh" but my daughter had a terrible pasta--incredibly undercooked, we sent it back and it came back just as bad. Raw pasta. No. Then we were literally forgotten. No one to check on our meal, refill water, ask us if we wanted dessert, nothing. We waited to see if someone would spot us looking finished for 20-25 mins and finally I got up went to the hostess and asked to see our server. No one came for 10 mins. So I went in search of the manager and told him we wanted to have our bill. I told him we were very unhappy he offered to take some $ off the check but he only removed the meal that was inedible. The check came without an apology and we hightailed it out of there. We have high expectations in this area so I hate to come off like a food snob but we are actually very patient diners in most cases and very forgiving of food mistakes and happily accept substitutes and apologies. But in this case we received the mistakes without apology and for that I am mad. See More
Katie Racanelli
· February 12, 2017
I don't typically make ratings but this was without a doubt the worst dining experience I have encountered. I was optimistic in the beginning when our server was able to make delicious wine recommenda...tions. However the wine only came in 2 ounce pours, and with a server who took so long to attend to us we got thirsty very quickly. It could have been understaffed, but there were hardly any patrons during dinner hour on a Saturday night and our server, the manager, and hostess were hardly in sight. While the portions were adequate, food was bland and undercooked. We sent a dish back after the noodles were raw and inedible only to get a dish of equally bad taste. After sharing our frustrations we were then ignored for 30 minutes without someone to check on us, and received no apology. I wish future patrons a more enjoyable experience than we had because we will not be returning. See More
Cindy Lynn Zettersten
· September 16, 2017
This place should be packed every night. First dates, regulars, special name it!
Lee Ann B Horvat
· December 24, 2016
The food at Aggio was fantastic! We had the Feast of the Seven Fishes 4 course meal paired with wine tastings. Every course was better than the next and the wine chosen paired perfectly. If you are so...meone who expects fast service, than you will need to realize that this will be a slower meal. It does not subtract from the great service that we were provided by the wait staff. Just expect it will be a 2 hour meal. Well worth it though! See More
Jeanne Kelly Mullahy
· October 4, 2016
We had a wonderful meal this past Sunday, 10/2. After we ordered the waiter brought us wonderful warm bread and two dipping appetizers, one was whipped fresh ricotta cheese! We had the Caesar salad kale and topped with calamari. The Lasagna was amazing, with a side dish of brussels sprouts. It was all delicious and hope to return in the near future to try some of their other dishes. See More
Raghav Sridhar
· August 20, 2016
Extremely poor and disorganized service, 1.40 minutes to serve 3 simple dishes and 3 soft drinks. Everything was horrible from the seriously intimidating hostess to the check ..I was charged for a of wine which they ran out of..
Food was good but portions are small and frankly not worth the wait..
I stopped going to family meal after one horrible experience and looks like nothing's changed with Aggio..
The celebrity chef needs to focus on basics if his restaurant is going to survive in the hyper competitive one loudoun set up...
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Carrie Frasz Marcialis
· October 17, 2016
Love, love, love...everything. Great service/staff, great atmosphere, and even better food. The starter is amazing, don't change a thing! I adored the meatballs and the arancini was the best I ever ha...d. The 22 layer lasagna is the stuff dreams are made least mine, doesn't everyone dream about pasta?
Add a happy hour! (so I can have an excuse to visit more often)
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Stevens Miller
· February 5, 2016
Good place. Best items on the menu were the chicken pot pie fritters and the pear upside down cake. I'm going back for those two things and coffee. They said the menu rotates things on and off, but I ...wouldn't take that cake off the list if I were them, ever.

Not that it matters to the quality of the service or cuisine, but our wait staff included a mother/daughter pair who looked so much alike, I originally thought they were the same person. Both did a great job of looking after us with speed, helpful advice, and a cheerful attitude. (I have waited tables myself, so I know that last one isn't always as easy to provide as some might think.)

When you go, plan wisely, because everything else is taking up space you'll want to use for that cake.
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Renee Plummer
· March 18, 2017
Loved Aggio! The food is amazing, well balanced. The zepolli with granny smith ice cream was delicious, tart of ice cream balances out the sweet of the zepolli. Staff amazing, well informed and cou...rteous. Loved the 'romantic' booth we sat in. All around wonderful experience. See More
Sue Yokley
· October 17, 2015
We were there tonight, and never having eaten in a Top Chef restaurant I wasn't sure exactly what to expect. Service was friendly and fast, from the front door to the water guy. Cara was our server ...and she couldn't have done a better job. I had the meat loaf and while I usually salt everything, I never touched the shaker. Mashed potatoes were buttery and garlicky, siracha ketchup was just spicy enough, and the spinach has now ruined me for any other spinach. The best part was the bill came to less than our last visit to Macaroni Grill. My new favorite restaurant! See More
Mary Erskine Lemieux
· August 14, 2015
Went to celebrate my son's 35th birthday. Well the wait was forever. Water refills were executed . The food wasn't delivered for at least an hour after ordering. I ordered a green ice tea and 45 later it arrived..thank goodness for the water refills. While there were items that you would want bar b q sauce it took over an hour to arrive. And we were patient then we reminded the waiter. His response "oh I forgot". The place wasn't busy and we had a reservation. So excuses to not execute in a reasonable timely manner is unacceptable. How ever all I could wish for was Gordon Ramsey to kick them up a gear. Over all the food tasted good, small portions for entrees, long wait. Good luck Family Meal restaurant. Not sure why your restaurant is named Family Meal...cause we had to wait for different servings and condiments to arrive. So part of our family ate while others waited patiently. See More

Rack of lamb, pickled baby carrots, olive oil crushed potatoes, kale and carrot top pesto, ricotta salata by @johnson.nathan147 @voltaggioresto @oneloudoun #italian #leesburgva #dinnerdate

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Beef short rib ravioli, caramelized onion puree, brown butter, wild mushroom, shallots and garlic @voltaggioresto @oneloudoun by Chef @johnson.nathan147

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#Meatballs for days @oneloudoun #italianrestaurant #aggio

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Pate a choux, sweet whipped ricotta, chocolate chips, strawberry basil fluid gel, Chantilly cream @voltaggioresto @oneloudoun #oneloudoun #aggio #italianrestaurant

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#loudouncountyva we have your winter dinner plans right here @voltaggioresto #italien #pastalove #oneloudoun One Loudoun

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Reinalyn Twellman to Northern Virginia Foodies

I just wanted to give a shout out to Aggio in One Loudoun! We came here for the first time last week and were so impressed with the food, service, and ambience.... My spaghetti was DELICIOUS (best meatballs I’ve had in my life), wine was 1/2 off (order the Sangiovese if you like reds),and Brussels sprouts were yummy.

We liked it so much, we came back today to celebrate my husband’s swearing in ceremony to the Virginia State Bar. I am obsessed with their bread and the ricotta they serve with it. The bread has been hot every time we’ve had it 😍. Pictured below is the Burrata and Prosciutto, which is poached pear, spiced honey, and vino speziato. I ate it with the bread and 😱

Did I mention that cocktails and appetizers (not beer or wine) are 1/2 off during happy hour? I believe Bryan Voltaggio’s AGGIO is going to be our go-to for special occasions from here on out.

* Make sure you ask to confirm if Happy Hour specials are still valid, we were just told they are being phased out (for appetizers)

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We have your #dinnerdate right here ricotta crumble, pappardelle with lamb bolognese topped with a mint gremolata and smoked pecorino @oneloudoun #Aggio #loudoun #oneloudoun

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Join Our Holiday deer and enjoy an #ApplePie Cider spiked w #Cognac it's Monday you deserve it at @oneloudoun #voltaggio #italian #oneloudoun One Loudoun

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Though the kitchen has now turned out fresh pastas for over a year, the sign declaring that Family Meal turned into AGGIO only went up late this summer. While i...t was sad to see the fried chicken and all-day breakfast go, Bryan Voltaggio’s Italian concept, run by chef Jeremy Adams, is a delight.

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An Italian restaurant in Ashburn

Whether you’re looking for a romantic date night or a family night out when you’re not in the mood to cook (kids eat free on weeknights through September!), mak...e sure to check out Aggio in One Loudoun. Top Chef contestant Bryan Voltaggio takes a stab at Loudoun County dining in Aggio, formerly Family Meal, featuring updated Italian classics in a homey setting.
Photos courtesy Traci Medlock

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Whether you’re looking for a romantic date night or a family night out when you’re not in the mood to cook (kids eat free on weeknights through September!), make sure to check out Aggio in

We have your dinner plans right here - Porchetta, chicharrone gremolata, mustard jus, apple and escarole salad, cider vinaigrette
@oneloudoun #AshburnVA #oneloudoun
#italian #modern #aggio #bryanvoltaggio #dinnertonight

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Tonight @voltaggioresto we are having an open house to show off our new decor and of course our fall menu. Stop in Ashburn VA location @oneloudoun between 6-8pm see you later tonight

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Kids Eat Free this September M-W. Get in here and give our new kids menu a try at One Loudoun

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