Ristorante Agostino has Closed
When we migrated from Italy to start a new life in America, little did we know we would own a successful restaurant together with our family, cook for thousands of people and meet so many wonderful clientele and staff, we would call friends. We are disheartened to announce that we will be closing our doors and announcing our retirement Today, August 1st after 38 years of grueling and gratifying service at our restaurant, our second home away from home.
We can all relate and say that the pandemic was hard and our kitchen fire was shocking but throughout it all, you stuck with us and for that, we are so grateful!
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts and bellies! Your presence and patronage have been the soul and beating heart of Agostino’s. You helped bring our vision to life and we have so enjoyed being part of yours.
We had the benefit of hosting your cherished occasions and milestone celebrations. We got the pleasure of sharing laughs, wine and cocktails with you! We had the best time with you!
It’s a bittersweet ending after all these years in business and we can proudly say one helluva an adventure. At this moment, there are not enough words or sentiments to express our gratitude and convey our experience through it all.
With love, Anna and Agostino