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5 places to celebrate National Pasta Day

5 places to celebrate National Pasta Day

Mike Thomas
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If it’s your turn to make dinner again, we have good news: today is National Pasta Day. While it would be all too easy to dump some sauce on your grocery brand noodles of choice and call it a day, why not class it up a bit? It is a holiday after all. Here are our tips to make the most of National Pasta Day.

Just a future billionaire getting her pasta on

Carfagna’s Market | 1405 E Dublin Granville Rd

The Carfagna family has been serving up quality Italian fare to the city’s noodle-loving faithful since 1937. A one stop shop for top-notch pasta, sauces, wine and more, Carfagna’s has everything you need to craft a pasta dinner your nonna would be proud of.

Vincenzo’s Italian Cuisine | 6393 Sawmill Road

Combining quality and convenience, Vincenzo’s sells all of your scratch-made Italian favorites by the pound. From pasta salad to chicken parm, the convenience of Vincenzo’s deli-style approach makes prepping for National Pasta day a breeze. Don’t forget the cannoli!

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Pastaria North Market | 59 West Spruce St

With all of your go-to pasta dishes available in one spot, there’s no better way to enjoy the historic North Market than Pastaria. With amazing wine, bread, and cheese available from other market venders, National Pasta day might just turn into national nap day.

Moretti’s | 5849 Sawmill Rd

Located in an unassuming strip mall on Sawmill Road, Moretti’s house-made pasta is some of the best in the city. The same goes for their salads, entrees, and pretty much everything else they do. Don’t sleep on this hidden gem—once you’ve tried it, you will be back.

Fazoli’s | Multiple locations

Short of doing it yourself, Fazoli’s is the shortest distance between points A and B—”A” being pasta, and “B” being your face. Besides, you know those breadsticks are calling your name. Pasta from a drive-thru? What more could you want?

Spooked ya!

What’s your favorite way to celebrate National Pasta Day? Let us know in the comments.

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