Friday, 18 March 2016


We bought a $40 Groupon for a three-course meal for 2 people at Spacco.  Walking up from Eglinton Station, Spacco isn't very noticeable on Yonge since it's actually being Alleycatz Jazz Bar. 

Our Menu

Fried Calamari and Arancini 
The calamari was a little soggy for a "fried calamari" dish, but the lemon aioli sauce was good. 
The arancini or rice balls were a little on the small side, but they were pretty good with the marinara sauce. 

Seafood Spaghetti
The appetizer round may have been slightly disappointing, but the pasta dishes were great! The sauce was full of flavour and there was a lot of seafood tossed into the dish.  

Penne Trecolore
Another example of a great pasta sauce - it just tied the dish all together and it was so tasty. 
The pasta was also perfectly al dente and there were huge chunks of chicken throughout the dish. 

Tuxedo Truffle Mousse Cake
I felt like this was like the Costco Tuxedo cake since it tasted remarkably similar but with cocoa on top. It was still good, but nothing really special. 

Brownie with ice cream
Rather dense brownie and richly flavoured. 

Overall: Good pastas at Spacco! It was definitely more of a bar than a restaurant since the bigger space was the bar and pool tables with a smaller portion near the front for restaurant seating.  It was super loud in the restaurant because of the noise from the other side. 

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