Photograph chef Bryan Voltaggio for the Dining Guide (Sun Magazine). The photograph will accompany a Q&A article, so it should be a

Chef Bryan Voltaggio will open a restaurant at Power Plant Live in the space once occupied by Tatu. (Kim Hairston / Baltimore Sun photo / March 31, 2014)

Bryan Voltaggio is still about six weeks, give or take, from opening his Italian restaurant, Aggio, at Power Plant Live.

But if you just can't wait to taste Voltaggio's take on Italian food, you'll have a chance on May 15 and 16, when Voltaggio takes over Artifact Coffee, the Woodberry Kitchen side project in Hampden.

There are two seatings each night of Aggio at Artficact, at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.

At the two-night takeover, Voltaggio will present a four-course Italian dinner featuring his homemade pasta. The cost is $45.

You can make reservations by sending an email to audrey@woodberrykitchen.com.

An earlier version of this story listed incorrect times for the seatings.