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Assaggio's Italian Restaurant in Raleigh NC

I love to try different restaurants.  A few weeks ago Cindy and I were in Raleigh NC.  We asked a local where we should eat dinner.  They suggested Assaggio's Italian Restaurant.  We decided Italian food sounded good so off we went.  

Here is what they say on their website...

"Assaggio's was started on April 26th, 2004 by Dean Biales. A New York Resident for 20 years, Dean wanted to offer authentic Italian Cuisine to the residents of North Carolina."
 "Assaggio's has now grown to one of the finest Italian Restaurants in Raleigh!"

They have a lot to choose from on their menu.    Our meal was served with Garlic Knots.  They were warm and soft.  Really good. 
I had a nice glass of red wine along with a house salad.
I choose the Lasagna.  Cheesy and delicious.  I would order it again.
Had to get a hug from my new friend on the way out...

Phone:
(919) 785-2088


Address:

3501 W. Millbrook Road
Raleigh, NC 27613


Hours:

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Sun - Thurs: 11 am - 10 pm
Fri - Sat: 11 am - 11 pm



Check out the reviews I found on Zomato.






I really enjoyed Assaggio's.  It is a restaurant that I would love to visit again.  The food was good and the staff friendly. 
Get out and try a new restaurant.  
If you find yourself in Raleigh I suggest Assaggio's.
Happy Eating
KathieyV:-)

Comments

  1. Goodness! That looks delish!! You had me at garlic knots....

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  2. Hi Mindy, The food was really good. Not a fancy restaurant but a very nice experience. Thanks fro stopping by my blog!

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  3. Those garlic knots look so yummy! I'll have to check this place out :)

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