After weeks of delays, Saluggi’s is finally able to offer its full food menu. The new restaurant at 399 Grand St. (near Clinton Street) opened in early September, but gas service was just turned on this past Friday.
Owner Bill Wall has been making the best of a bad situation, serving drinks and a few food items. Now that issues with Con Ed have been worked out, the pizza ovens have been fired up. Regular pies are available, plus grandma square slices and “create your own brick own” pizzas. Other items on the menu include Buffalo chicken wings, salads, sausage rolls, heroes and traditional pasta dishes (penne alla vodka, baked ziti, etc.)
Wall said delivery service will start in a couple of weeks. Like most brand new restaurants, Saluggi’s is still working through opening-week service issues. So you’ll have to be a little bit patient for a few days.
Saluggi’s has a full bar, a half dozen flat screen televisions for sporting events and a shuffleboard.