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Oct 18

National Pasta Day 2018: Where To Eat In New York

I say Tagliatelle, you say Tortellini…whichever pasta you crave, you can find it all this Pasta Day! From Greek style orzo to gluten free dishes, your dinner options have never looked so pasta-tively perfect!


Don Angie

Don’t miss Don Angie’s modern takes on Italian classics, especially their infamously Insta-worthy lasagna. It’s technically made for two, but we won’t judge.

Don Angie, 103 Greenwich Ave.

[Photo via @sophiefoster]


Bar Pitti

You might spot some models or celebs at downtown hot spot Bar Pitti, but more importantly, you’ll definitely spot some mouthwatering pastas! This casual yet chic space boasts some of the best ravioli and homemade pasta dishes in the city.

Bar Pitti, 268 6th Ave.

[Photo via @nycfeedsme]



They might have moved to the James Hotel but Scarpetta is still going to be your favorite spaghetti spot! For homemade pastas, from the tomato sauce and basil to tagliatelle with crabmeat, this is the best pasta you’ll get without taking a plane to Italy! With five star service in a trendy setting and staff that makes you feel like family – from Enzo’s greetings to server Nas’s recommendations – make a reservation now for girls night or date night this pasta day!

Scarpetta, 88 Madison Ave.

[Photo via @scarpettarestaurants]


Sant Ambroeus

For a stylish pasta experience, it doesn’t get any classier than Sant Ambroeus! The chic fave will make you feel like you’re having pasta for the very first time with dishes including their Acquarello risotto with 36-month aged parmigiano or prosciutto filled ravioli. Don’t forget to pose with your food, wink wink.

Sant Ambroeus, Multiple Locations

[Photo via @isabelmarind]



Get some Uptown worthy grub at Lavo – the truffle gnocchi with crema and mushroom ragu will have you saying pass the pasta all Pasta Day long!

LAVO, 39 E 58th St.

[Photo via @lavony]


La Pecora Bianca

Serving house-made pastas with a hip vibe, La Pecora Bianca in Nomad or Midtown East has the perfect dishes for even the most discerning pasta lover! Their extensive menu features everything from seafood linguine to garganelli, tagliattelle, gnudi and gramigna. Pretty legit.

La Pecora Bianca, Multiple Locations

[Photo via @lapecorabianca]



For food that’s just as fun as the atmosphere, head to Bagatelle where Executive Chef Andrew Riccatelli will serve up a lobster tagliatelle comprised of house-made pasta, pomodoro sauce and roasted garlic. The dish has a price tag of $85 but you’re worth it!

Bagatelle, 1 Little W 12th St.

[Photo via Bagatelle]


Loi Estiatorio

For pasta day Greek style, head to celeb chef Maria Loi’s Loi Estiatorio which will have you saying opa with every bite! You’ll definitely want to try the Loi Orzo with wild shrimp, tomato, onion and garlic, or the Loi Macaroni – her orzo is so good it’s even available in stores around the country!

Loi Estiatorio, 132 W 58th St.

[Photo via @loipasta]



From farfalle to lobster-filled ravioli, you’ll find any type of pasta you want at Serafina! This cult favorite which now has spots around the world, is still our go-to for tasty Italian favorites in oh so stylish surroundings.

Serafina, Multiple Locations

[Photo via @foodmuenster]



Homemade Garganelli, anyone? If it’s at Morini, yes please! This place knows how to do serious pasta plates and even offers low gluten pasta. Whether you order the Tortellini or Tagliatelle, you can’t go wrong!

Morini, 1167 Madison Avenue

[Photo via @ristomorini]


The Sosta

Trendy fast-casual spot The Sosta is serving up great pasta with girl power as they continue their all-female guest chef series with Colu Henry, culinary writer, recipe developer, and cookbook author. ‘Colu’s Spaghetti alla Norma’ features eggplant, oregano, basil, garlic, chili flakes, tomato, and ricotta salata, and is available throughout the month.

The Sosta, 186 Mott St.

[Photo via @feedyourgirlfriend]



Celeb Chef David Burke’s latest spot, Woodpecker, will be dishing out squid ink rigatoni and cavatelli, along with wine perfectly paired with each dish. Don’t miss the $5 pasta happy hour at the bar (3-7 pm, 9 pm-close) so you can enjoy all the Pocono Spaghetti made with zucchini, garlic and pecorino cheese you can handle!

Woodpecker, 30 West 30th Street

[Photo via @woodpeckerbydb]


Il Mulino

No pasta day would be complete without chowing down at Il Mulino, the old school staple for classic pasta dishes at their original Greenwich spot or Uptown location. Try the rigatoni Bolognese or Bucatini for the perfect pasta day experience!

Il Mulino, Multiple Locations

[Photo via @ilmulinonewyork]


Written By: Julie Sagoskin


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