Chef Adam Roytman Takes Over Bar Sugo in Norwalk

Stephanie Webster

Chef Adam Roytman, most recently the co-owner of Walrus & Carpenter and Rothbard's, has taken over the long time Norwalk Italian favorite, Bar Sugo. Roytman says the NEW "Bar Sugo will have the same great pizza, pasta and meatballs, but will be more casual with a livelier bar scene, themed events, and an expanded craft beer and cocktail menu." Roytman will be adding a late night menu as well as a late night happy hour, serving pizza and bar snacks til 1:00am every night. And if that wasn't enough good news, Bar Sugo will be  expanding their hours of operation, adding Mondays and lunch service.

While Roytman certainly knows his way around a stovetop, in this venture, he will be leaving the cooking to a talented young chef, Pat Siciliano,. Pat has been the head chef at Sugo for quite some time and is perfectly suited to manage the transition by both expanding the menu and beautifully executing  the dishes we've come to expect from Sugo.  

Bar Sugo regulars will be pleased to hear that the restaurant will still host their very popular "game dinners" and plan to offer full service catering for all types of events. 

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What else is new at Bar Sugo?  They have already started delivering via UberEats, and have possible plans for "Deep Dish night" as well as Wednesday wine dinners. Stay tuned for more updates in the next few weeks. In the meantime, head on over for their Meatball Menu (six deep), excellent pizza, and Brunch featuring "EGG IN A HOLE, " sausage gravy, buttered brioche, maples syrup and POUTINE with oxtail ragu, mozzarella, egg, crispy brussel sprouts. 

Note to Industry folks: Sugo will be hosting industry themed events and discounts for hospitality employees.

Bar Sugo