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What Are Your Favorite Boston-Area Restaurants for Pasta?

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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.]
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REPLIES (last updated ):

Shannon wrote:
Grotto in Beacon Hill OR Vinny's at Night in Somerville. Amazing places!!

OSM wrote:
Strega North End or Strega Waterfront... =^)

scc wrote:
still Giacomos. I keep trying others but coming back to them!

MW wrote:
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:
Al dente!

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!

AFL wrote:

AAA wrote:
Basta Pasta of Cambridge is a must!

AP wrote:

Jill wrote:
Homemade pasta at Rino's Place in East Boston

JS wrote:
LaMorra in Brookline is fantastic.

Eric wrote:
The Lobster Roe Pasta at Island Creek Oyster Bar is otherworldly

Stephanie wrote:
Fiorellas in Newton, hands down.

Ted wrote:
Al Dente in the North End!

Jacquie wrote:
La Familia Giorgio's Salem St North End.

TP wrote:
Anchovies in the South End.

Scott wrote:
Da Vinci in Back Bay or Antique Table in Winthrop.

carl wrote:
sorrelina and gennaros in the north end

Gretchen B. wrote:
Delfino in Roslindale.

Audrey G. wrote:

Kimberly C. wrote:
Delfinos !

@otoro7 wrote:
the pastas at Giulia are fantastic

@SHogan_81 wrote:
Trattoria il Panino in the N End or Giulia in Cambridge

KC wrote:
Basta Pasta, river st. Cambridge

Patrick D. wrote:

Frederick W. wrote:
Salty Pig, truly fantastic, flawless house made fresh pasta.

CB wrote:
Giacomos for sure!

Chris Patti wrote:
Terramia in the North end and Vinny's at Night a few blocks away from my house :)

SN wrote:
Il Capriccio, Waltham. Bolognese is the best!

pa wrote:
La familia giorgios fresh pasta...Giacomos too..

nh in westford wrote:
Evviva Cucina in Westford for Sausage Orrecchiette or Pear Sacchetti, to die for!

anne wrote:
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:
Love Bertucci's!

Scott L. wrote:
Antique Table
Da Vinci

Vinny A. wrote:
Comella's, Melrose.

mbj 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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