15 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4
Tips from locals
Excellent Italian Food. Small, quaint location. Can call to pick-up or make reservations. Very popular. If phone rings busy they're no longer accepting reservations.
Adorable Italian restaurant that’s attached to an old, rundown hotel. Great food and an eclectic environment. Vegetarian options.
My favorite Italian joint. If you like dive kinda places, this is for you. But it's not cheap!
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“Just a bit off the Historic Fayetteville Square lies a casual little basement eatery where, for the last 40 years, locals have been going for their burgers and home-made fries and a variety of other comfort foods we all crave from time to time. The place looks very much like a family dining room. It is cozy and well used, and all the more comfortable for that. The food tastes as though it has been cooking the whole, just as it is at home. Dishes are full of fresh veggies and meats from the local butcher. Locals love that about Hugo’s – if you like something on their menu, you will be sure to find it on the menu the next time you come. Try their delicious grasshopper crepes. They have a nice selection of beer to complete your dining experience.”
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“They have amazing sandwiches, bread, and baked goods. We highly recommend trying the cranberry pecan bread!! Open for breakfast and lunch. ”
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“This isn't your average sub shop. Nathan (the owner) is an evil genius when it comes to building a delicious sandwich. I recommend the USS Nautilus.”
- 8 locals recommend
“Beautiful setting and wonderful place to visit!!! If you like to relax, this is the place! ”
- 10 locals recommend
“Good place to get some work done. This place is also listed in my favorite brunch options. The parking enforcement out front is very strict, just something to be mindful of. ”
- 65 locals recommend