We were in this area for a Columbia Presbytarian visit and came for dinner the night before. Great find! The wait staff is good and the pasta is delicious. We ordered the squid ink and calamari pasta and the texture was perfect.
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We were looking for reasonably priced pasta and stumbled upon Saggio by accident. Nice decor, tight so it was loud but not uncomfortable. The staff was friendly and came by a few times to make sure everything was okay. We had two yummy apertizers: garlic...More
Saggio is a great place for brunch in the neighborhood. The staff is very friendly and in the summer they have a nice courtyard where you can be seated and enjoy the great weather. Their coffee is delicious and their eggs benedicts are stellar.
It's all about the pasta in this neighborhood fave. It was really the first higher end place to open, so it's constantly packed. Service can be spotty and sometimes the food is mundane, but usually worth it.
Saggio is a wonderful New York City find. They are located in the shadow of the Washington Bridge and they are serving up authentic Italian cuisine in a very charming location. The food was terrific, the service was terrific, the wine list was a little...More
Taken by a friend as an example of good neighbourhood restaurant it was mediocre tourist quality fare with local hidden gem prices The recipes are authentic but the execution was dull. Portions too big to compensate? It was really quite expensive given the low quality....More
First time at Saggio and will NOT be the last. Excellent food and good service. Thought they had beer and wine only but not the case. I was impressed in looking at reviews that the restaurant manager replied to folk who had some issues....seldom see...More
This was the only place that stayed open late in the neighborhood. It was my first time going there. I was so impressed with the decor, design, choice of Italian and Brazilian music in the background, and authentic Italian menu of course. Dishes looked and...More