Celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio has closed Aggio in Baltimore, his last remaining restaurant in the city.
The Inner Harbor restaurant was in business for four years at Power Plant Live, where it served modern Italian cuisine.
A spokeswoman for the restaurant confirmed the closure in an email.
“The Baltimore location of AGGIO has closed its doors. Bryan and his team thank the community for their support over the years. There are no additional details to share at this time,” she wrote.
Voltaggio was a finalist on “Top Chef” and “Top Chef Masters.”
Aggio has another location in Ashburn, Va., which remains open. Voltaggio also operates Volt and Family Meal in Frederick, as well as Range and Lunch Box in Washington. He previously owned a Family Meal location in Baltimore, but it closed in 2016.
Aggio’s closure comes amid a string of restaurant closures in Baltimore. Other recent restaurants that have shuttered include Bluegrass in South Baltimore, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que in Fells Point and the Wine Market Bistro, which will close Saturday in Locust Point.