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Bryan Voltaggio Gets Ready to Open Aggio Next Week

The Top Chef brings his brand of Italian food to Charm City.

By Jane Marion | June 18, 2014, 3:16 pm

-Aggio
In Good Taste

Bryan Voltaggio Gets Ready to Open Aggio Next Week

The Top Chef brings his brand of Italian food to Charm City.

By Jane Marion | June 18, 2014, 3:16 pm

-Aggio

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The big news in the restaurant world this week: Bryan Voltaggio’s Aggio is set to open at Power Plant Live on June 28.

Expectations run high for the Top Chef contestant (and Culinary Institute grad) as he opens his first venue in Charm City.

At Aggio, diners can expect the same sort of high-end Italian fare as its same-named Washington, D.C. counterpart.

The Frederick County native is also the owner of the highly acclaimed VoltFamily MealRange, and Lunchbox.

Fingers crossed that he's keeping the prawns with buckwheat polenta in fra diavolo sauce on the menu. 

More details to come once we’ve had a chance to check in with this top toque.




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Jane Marion is the food and travel editor for Baltimore, where she covers food, wellness, beauty, and home and garden.

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