My wife and I went to Aggio’s in Ashburn on Saturday nig...ht and the service level we experience
Needless to say, this was not the service or dining experience
Food was good but portions are small and frankly not worth the wait..
I stopped going to family meal after one horrible experience
The celebrity chef needs to focus on basics if his restaurant
Add a happy hour! (so I can have an excuse to visit more often)
Not that it matters to the quality of the service or cuisine, but our wait staff included a mother/
When you go, plan wisely, because everything
So glad you enjoyed dinner with us
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 😱
* Make sure you ask to confirm if Happy Hour specials are still valid, we were just told they are being phased out (for appetizers)
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.
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. http://www.poshseven.com/a-taste-of-aggio.html
Photos courtesy Traci Medlock