Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Lenox Square Gets Saucey With Addition of Viagio

Viagio, a relatively new Italian eatery is set to debut within Lenox Square's food court this summer. Described on its website as a "new offering in the fast casual dining segment" it seems better suited for a larger space, but we'd like to hope they know what their doing. Viagio features a state-of-the-art system that is capable of producing "al dente noodles in less than 30 seconds". An interesting concept slightly similar to that of FIGO or the joke that is Artuzzi's, Viagio sells reasonably priced pastas in a "fast casual" environment. Diners go to the counter, choose from a number of basic pastas (such as fettuccine, spaghetti and penne) and select an accompanying sauce (Alfredo, meat, or pesto among others). According to their website, which itself is most in French, they have a location opening soon in Jacksonville, FL and one already open in Miami. If you have been in or are familiar, please share as we'd love to hear more about this intriguing new concept. Repeat Atlanta!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'm salivating just thinking about this pasta hot spot coming to ATL!

I've always enjoyed my meals and have been greeted by their friendly staff as a patron at both Viagio's Miami and Jacksonville dining establishments, so ATL's in for a treat!

I'm a busy young professional so I appreciate this fast food alternative. I highly recommend the cheese tortellini and tomato & mozzarella panini!!! Yum!

Buon appetito!

I always do... :)