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Went to Cafe Biaggio last night with several friends. Ended up there because the restaurant we wanted to go to was booked. I hadn't been there in a year or more and was a little skeptical after I read some of these reviews. It is...More
My friend and I decided to go to Biagio since it had been a while since our last visit. We were both dying for the gorgonzola garlic bread. First thing we notice, other than the place being empty, there were these tacky red, rubber place...More
Went to see Anthony Bourdain at the Palace and a friend recommended a restaurant called City Hall. Unfortunately, we had "No Reservations". Asked them to recommend soomething close and Cafe Biaggio was given. When we walked in, we would have thought the place was closed...More
We had the opportunity to attempt dinner at Cafe Biaggio because our first choice was closed. Upon arrival, we encountered the much-talked-about offensive odor, but could not identify precisely what it was. A table near the bar afforded a clear view of goings on in...More
I ate there for the second time last week. Every bit as good as the first time.
Order the pork butt. It sounds like nothing I would like, and unless a friend had insisted I try it I would have gotten something else. They ought...More
They have a great chaulk board menu, that's always changing, so you don't get tired of it. Their staple dished included rigatoni-ala-vodka which is out of this world and a pork butt that just falls apart when you touch it, sooooo tender.
I tell everyone...More
We were passing through Waterbury on a roadtrip and drove by Biaggio. We had eaten here a couple years back and remembered how good it was so decided to try again. The neighborhood looks a little rough, but its only 1 block from the mall...More
Very limited parking (however, a lot is also available from a business across the street, so not a big deal). I personally thought that the pace of our meal was very well, as I like to take the time to have a conversation when we...More