Where do you like to go in the Boston area for pasta? What are your favorite pasta dishes there? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted by hiddenboston)
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Grotto in Beacon Hill OR Vinny's at Night in Somerville. Amazing places!!
Strega North End or Strega Waterfront... =^)
still Giacomos. I keep trying others but coming back to them!
Coppa for interesting twist on old favorites or Sportello for traditional Northern Italian pastas
Drew S. wrote:
Steel & Rye, Salty Pig, Ribelle
Colleen D. wrote:
Vinny's @ Night
Kacey F. P. wrote:
Greg P. wrote:
I do enjoy The Chateau in Waltham. We've been to a few of their others, but Waltham's the best.
Terri M. wrote:
Frederick W. wrote:
Coppa in the South End, always unusual and unexpected but also strangely comforting.
Sherry K. wrote:
Pagliuca's in North End!
Basta Pasta of Cambridge is a must!
Homemade pasta at Rino's Place in East Boston
LaMorra in Brookline is fantastic.
The Lobster Roe Pasta at Island Creek Oyster Bar is otherworldly
Fiorellas in Newton, hands down.
Al Dente in the North End!
La Familia Giorgio's Salem St North End.
Anchovies in the South End.
Da Vinci in Back Bay or Antique Table in Winthrop.
sorrelina and gennaros in the north end
Gretchen B. wrote:
Delfino in Roslindale.
Audrey G. wrote:
Kimberly C. wrote:
the pastas at Giulia are fantastic
Trattoria il Panino in the N End or Giulia in Cambridge
Basta Pasta, river st. Cambridge
Patrick D. wrote:
Frederick W. wrote:
Salty Pig, truly fantastic, flawless house made fresh pasta.
Giacomos for sure!
Chris Patti wrote:
Terramia in the North end and Vinny's at Night a few blocks away from my house :)
Il Capriccio, Waltham. Bolognese is the best!
La familia giorgios fresh pasta...Giacomos too..
nh in westford wrote:
Evviva Cucina in Westford for Sausage Orrecchiette or Pear Sacchetti, to die for!
daves pasta Somerville
Dan D. wrote:
Bricco/Quatro in Boston
Zooma inn Providence
Kara B. wrote:
Basta pasta, Cambridge
Antonio's, Beacon Hill
Claire B. S. wrote:
Antonio's, beacon hill!
Amy C. N. wrote:
Babbo recently rocked my bolognese world.
Buster M. wrote:
Scott L. wrote:
Vinny A. wrote:
Papa Gino's "all you can eat pasta night". Any location but Marshfield Ma stands out.
joey t wrote:
Trattoria Della Nonna. Mansfield, MA
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