Stagioni is the third restaurant for Moffett Restaurant Group, following critically-acclaimed restaurants Barrington’s and Good Food on Montford. The authentic Italian restaurant opened in 2014 in the Myers Park neighborhood and features classics with a fresh, modern twist. Since opening his first restaurant 15 years ago, owner Bruce Moffett knows from experience that life’s greatest memories unfold around the dinner table and created Stagioni to bring family and friends together. Mangia!
Tradition and Modernity Collide.
Stagioni is situated inside in the historic Reynolds-Gourmajenko House and boasts a stunning walled courtyard, large piazzas and exquisite, Tuscan Revival design. Tradition and modernity collide as the 90-seat rustic, old school Italian restaurant features a sleek and modern dining area with warm, welcoming tones. The historic house was the entertaining abode of Blanche Reynolds-Gourmajenko and traditionally served as a grand place for people to gather. This tradition lives on with Stagioni.
Everyday a holiday. Every meal a feast.
As seasons change, so do our appetites and food habits. Stagioni, which means “seasons” in Italian, sets the stage for what the restaurant is about. Chef Andrew Hurst-Dodd utilizes fresh, locally-sourced ingredients to create a seasonal menu filled with hand-made pastas, wood-fired pizzas and slow-roasted meats.