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Three New Ways to Eat (and Drink) at Aggio

Aggio adds tasting menus, a Sunday Supper and a Happy Hour.

R. Lopez
Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

There are three new reasons to give Bryan Voltaggio's Aggio restaurant a try. The deals are available at both the D.C. and Baltimore locations.

First up: Sunday Suppers. In the Italian tradition, guests who attend will be able to try family-style Italian dishes (they're prepared for about 3-4 people to share. The dishes will be individually priced, and they're available 4-9 p.m.

Aggio is also launching its own happy hour from Tuesday-Friday, 5-7 p.m. Deals include $5-$6 vodka and bourbon cocktails, $7 wines, $4 Peronis and $9 pasta dishes.

Finally, the restaurant will offer a regional tasting menu series. Each menu will focus on a different region (first up is Piemonte, in honor of truffle season). It's $95 for six courses (wine pairings are $65). The full menu:


Six Courses for $95
Wine Pairing for $65

CARNE CRUDA truffle vinaigrette, arugula, parmigiano reggiano, crostini
2013 Bruno Giacosa, Roero Arneis

BAGNA CAUDA warm anchovy & garlic bath, duck confit, roasted & raw vegetables, grissini
2012 Elio Altare, Dolcetto d'Alba

RISOTTO DI FUNGHI porcini & black trumpet mushrooms, grana pedano
2012 Viberti, Chardonnay

GORGONZOLA DOLCE TORTELLETI pear butter, parsnips, aged balsamic
2013 Renato, Corino, Barbera d'Alba

ROASTED LOCAL PHEASANT polenta, black truffle, sauce rossini
2006 Seghesio, La Villa, Barolo

CIOCCOLATO E NOCCIOLA hazelnut feuilletine, devils food cake, marscarpone gelato
2012 Rinaldi, Brachetto d'Acqui


5335 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington DC, D.C. 20015