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Voltaggio Bringing Aggio Pop-Up to Artifact Next Week

Voltaggio Bringing Aggio Pop-Up to Artifact Next Week

Baltimore foodies brace yourselves and don't hyperventilate when we tell you that next Thursday and Friday (the 15th and 16th) two of the best chefs in the Mid-Atlantic, Spike Gjerde and Bryan Voltaggio will be combining their powers for a two-night pop up at Artifact. Think of it as culinary Voltron. Voltaggio—in collaboration with Spike and his Woodberry Team—will be cooking up dishes inspired from his upcoming Baltimore Italian restaurant

, which is slated to open late June in the former location of Tatu in Power Plant Live. Known for his flagship restaurant Volt in Frederick, the former Top Chef winner and James Beard semifinalist has already opened one iteration of Aggio in DC (get it? Volt-Aggio) and is looking to give people a sample of what to expect at his first foray in Bmore. The meal will cost $45/person and feature a four-course dinner including items such as tuna with pistachio and blood orange sugo (an Italian sauce), prawns with buckwheat and yellow corn polenta in a fra diavolo sauce, and lamb ragu with whole wheat lumache pasta, smoked pecorino and mustard leaf pesto—one of our favorite samples at the recent

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event. There will be two seating's at 6pm and 8PM each night and reservations can be made by emailing audrey@woodberrykitchen.com or calling (410) 464-8000.

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