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“Food was soooo good”
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Sugo
Cuisines: Italian
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Reviewed 27 August 2012

Enjoyed our evening meal. I had halibat and my husband had the lasagna (the look on his face!! Priceless..said it was the best he EVER had..I tasted it..and agreed!) The prices are high but they run all kinds of specials (Tuesday night a bottle of wine and 2 entrees for $40). The service was excellent.

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Thank kalisn1
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Reviewed 18 July 2012 via mobile

We had heard about this restaurant and planned our evening for last night. When we walked in, we instantly knew this was a struggling business. We should have listened to our instincts and made an exit!
We sat down in a nearly empty room in a dismal booth. We ordered wine. That arrived with no label since it was chilled in ice. The frig was not working. Another clue. We ordered. The special was a veggie pasta. Also the pasta with shrimp and scallops (they were out of scallops). When They arrived both were loaded with raw, chopped garlic. We tried to eat it but couldn't. My dish was $16. The veggies were mostly carrot slices. Not worth the price. The lack of scallops in the other dish was made up with shrimp. 6 in all, medium and just the cheap frozen kind. Sad for $22. We hoped this place would be better. We will not return.

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Thank AhDragonfly
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Reviewed 27 June 2012

Can't understand those who didn't have a good time. Have eaten here a number of times. The food is always very good and a good value; especially on "two for Tuesdays." We'll be back.

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Thank Dperic
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Reviewed 23 June 2012

After reading previous reviewers my wife and I were a little reluctant, but the hotel clerk had said it was pretty good so we gave Sugo's a try. We were not disappointed at all. We had Arancini Appetizer and Braciole with Gnocchi accompanied with very good Italian bread and extra virgin olive oil for dipping. With this we also had two glasses of a decent French red wine. The Braciole was excellent - not unlike my mother made. The sauce on the Gnocchi and on the appetizer were fresh tomato style with light seasoning - not the thick pasty canned sauce you get it some chain Italian restaurants. The place was half full and the staff clearly had everything in control. Overall this place beats the chains in terms of having a much more interesting menu and at least for what we ordered -- well-prepared fresh tasting food. Obviously we didn't eat are way through the menu, but we'd certainly stop again if we were in the area.

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Thank jcbilello
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Reviewed 3 June 2012

Prices that I encountered one late afternoon were far too expensive. Main entrees should not cost as much as the menue says you should pay to consume these dishes.This is not Boston or San Francisco or NewYork or Washington DC. Wine makes the price even more out of reach for many people here. Consumer protection type magazines are needed to review these places.for the connection with Italy is lost when the prices for food are so high. Would authentic Italians pay that much of their own money for these main dishes? I think not Ordinary people in seach of the real Italy might have to \continue their journey elsewhere for the prices here are not affordable or reasonable. The dining room was nearly empty that day. Why must the price for Italian food be so high? In this time of harsh economic recession there is no excuse for these high prices. Nutritional guidelines need to be available with information about low sodium alternatives and salt and sugar and fat content Healthy choice food choices are needed. But prices for all meals must go down dramatically. Half price sale like buy one get the other one free would be appropriate now. How do you attract customers with such high prices?

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Thank GuidoLocattelli
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