Asiago's Downtown is an unpretentious, intimate setting, combining old world designs with modern accents. Located in the newly renovated Gem-Noble building, the dining area surrounds you with turn of the century brick walls, Italian tile floors, and original art inspired by early to mid-1900's european works.
I was in town for business and I loved my visit to Asiago’s. I frequent Italian restaurants in each town that I visit and Asiago’s was definitely one of the best I have ever been to. I would love to come back soon.
hostess staff were awful. I was meeting someone and we had a reservation. I stood at the front for quite sometime and kept getting ignored. They would look right at me and walk away, so I finally just started searching for my fiancé throughout the restaurant and was found him seated. Our server, an older gentleman, was very good and made up for such terrible service with seating. We had a bit of a wait with our meal so he apologized and gave us free dessert. I don’t know if I was wowed by the meal, but that Spumoni was the best ever. Would come back just for dessert.