Look Out! Bar Sugo Opens 4 Lunch + Brunch – Norwalk, CT

26 Mar

Cavatelli with traditional bolognese, sage veloute, and ricotta salata at Bar Sugo in Norwalk


Brace yourselves.  Are you anchored down?  Good, let’s forge ahead.  Bar Sugo in Norwalk is opening up for lunch and brunch and will soon have outdoor seating.  Yeah, we know…that’s awesome.  Lunch (from 11-4) will start on April 1 (not a joke, punks) and will feature much of the same dinner menu, but they’ll also be adding some panini, more salads, and a burger.  Oh, but to call it a burger is selling it short.  It will be a house dry aged Ox Hollows Farm beef burger with red onion jam, gouda, rosemary mayo, and a Sport Hill farm egg on top, served on housemade brioche.  Chef Pat and co. will also be offering cold fried chicken with crispy speck and pickled mustard, too.  

Scallops with sunchoke puree and caper-raisin-pinenut vinaigrette at Bar Sugo NorwalkBrunch (11-3) starts off on April 7 and Pat promises that it will be like a brunch that you’ve never experienced before.  We’re talking about old Italian countryside kind of brunch, unlimited bellinis, and special dishes such as lemon pancakes with lemon custard and lemon butter or Sport Hill farm eggs and pork belly from Millstone.  

Bar Sugo will also be offering more local ingredients, housemade gelato, and even will use some ingredients from their own garden.  

Here’s to much success…congratulazioni

Bar Sugo

Noms: 4

Cost: $$$

Address: 102 Wall Street

                     Norwalk, CT

Phone:    (203) 956-7134

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