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Sally S.
Report | 7 days ago
They do not have a large wine list, but the service was excellent and the food delicious.
Jessica C.
Report | 2 months ago
The buccatini is delicious
Ken S.
Report | 3 months ago
Shelly S.
Report | 4 months ago
Very yummy!! Good pizza and salad :)
richard r.
Report | 4 months ago
very enjoyable meal outside
mary p.
Report | 7 months ago
Delicious food!!
Frances C.
Report | 9 months ago
great food and service!
ken r.
Report | 9 months ago
Great mussels
Kent R.
Report | a year ago
The cold white bean with warm bread was not a favorite. The server at our request brought out the more traditional olive oil with a few grinds of black pepper.
Pei-San B.
Report | a year ago
The waiter was very pleasant, but couldn't get our bill correct. He overcharged us and it took 3 tries to get the bill corrected. Overall a good experience, but could be better.
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From Our Editors

In Italy, a "sagra" is a festival where a community comes together in celebration of a local ingredient or dish?a tradition that fits Gabriel Pellegrini's enoteca and trattoria in both spirit and practice. Classic, bistro-style Italian cuisine joins local, Texan ingredients to create an entire menu worthy of commemoration. But that isn't to say all the ingredients are local?house-cured meats accent plates of handmade pasta, and imported Mediterranean cheeses join house-made mozzarella atop hand-stretched neapolitan pizzas bubbling gold in a wood-burning stove.

Shaking up Italian Tradition

Pellegrini's dedication to craft and quality carries over into the bar at Sagra. Shelves brim with liqueurs, grappas, and wines imported from Italy, but the bartenders grow their own herbs, make their own bitters, and infuse syrups and spirits in-house for cocktails such as the La Roma, a rye Manhattan infused with orange-flower peel.

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