Pago prides itself on its fresh food. Their food may be fresh, but you still need a chef to put it together so it tastes good. Freshness and putting in all sorts of stuff just does not cut it. I ordered a pasta with peas,...More
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Pago is legendary in Salt Lake City, and after more than 15 years, I finally visited. As reported in the other reviews, the restaurant is small (intimate), and the menu selection even smaller. My partner and I ordered two small plates and one larger. Service...More
We stopped here for brunch one Sunday on our way to the airport after a week of skiing. The regular menu I had found appealing in a restaurant search. Being unfamiliar with Salt Lake City, this quaint neighborhood intersection is home to several unique shops...More
Consistently the best dinner in Salt Lake in nice local neighborhood (9th and 9th). Top Quality and special dining but not stuffy or formal or over- rated. Fun.
Quiet place not too crowded on Saturday. Really excellent shrimp and grits. Good salads. Would go back for brunch.
I was invited here by a friend who touted it as one of his favorite eating places. After having had dinner there I'd have to agree as to its quality, though my own experience might have been better. Pago is a tiny place--one room inside...More
When you spend $100 per person for dinner, you expect to be wowed...not so. We found the service was fine but the dinner underwhelming. There is a very limited menu and while the bottle wine list is pretty good, the "by the glass" offering is...More
Would not recommend this place. Very limited menu and very inconsistent quality. Far too overpriced for the fare. Two of our dinners at the table arrived cold and overcooked. Ambiance is nice though.More
Hello Pam, I apologize that your experience at Pago did not meet your expectations. I also apologize that your dinner came out cold and overcooked. We've made some big changes at Pago since your visit and I would love to have you come back in...More