Sugo is a relatively new Italian-eatery in our neighbourhood near Bloor & Lansdowne. The atmosphere is very casual and inviting for families, something that is still a bit lacking in the area. They feature a lot of Italian-American classics like pasta and parm sandwiches and focus on the importance of good sauce.
I had the Rigatoni (pictured above) which was a pink sauce that had a spicy kick with grana padano cheese. It took a while to get the pasta, but it was totally worth the wait. The sauce was so good I wanted to lick my plate.
Nash had the Veal Sandwich with a super stretchy muzzarella and a generous amount of sauce.
I also couldn’t resist mozzarella sticks with marina sauce.
To drink I had a Americano Cocktail: Campari, Vermouth Rosso, Soda.
Nash had the classic Manhattan: Rye, Vermouth Rosso, bitters, cherry.
What I loved about Sugo was that it was good quality food without breaking the bank. Our bill was around $50, which is a decent price for both dinner and drinks. Welcome to the neighbourhood Sugo!