Ancient Italians were renowned for eating every part of the angels they hunted—even the hair. Enjoy divine flavor with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Italian food
- $15 for $30 worth of Italian food
The dinner menu features 16 different pasta dishes ($10.95–$13.95), such as the Pasta Cecilla dotted with pine nuts and sun-dried tomatoes, as well as fresh seafood, including Pescatori—a hodgepodge of calamari, shrimp, green mussels, and scallops simmered in marinara sauce ($16.95). At lunch diners can enjoy molinzana salads layered with eggplant, zucchini, and other veggies drizzled with homemade herbed Dijon mustard dressing ($8.95).
La Bona Pasta is located directly across from the Litchfield Park Post Office.
La Bona Pasta
Though its pasta is plentiful, La Bona Pasta has much more than one culinary trick up its sleeve. Chef Humberto, a 30-year restaurant veteran, has created a menu teeming with not only pasta dishes—more than a dozen specialty dishes in all, with seven pasta styles from which to choose—but also succulent veal, chicken, and seafood dishes. Scampi in champagne sauce is one such standout: big, juicy shrimp swim in a velvety porcini mushroom cream sauce surrounded by pasta and a medley of fresh vegetables. In the open kitchen, chefs craft their selections to order and whisper sweet nothings to bubbling marinara in full view of the dining room as diners savor one of the restaurant's two dozen varieties of wine.
87% of 807 customers recommend
“Very nice restaurant. Would be a nice place to eat out at for a date night. Fresh flowers on table and cloth napkins.”
“It was excellent! Food was fantastic & fresh. Servers were very nice & helpful. I bit slow in service, but I believe that was because it was fresh. More European...”
“It was excellent! Food was fantastic & fresh. Servers were very nice & helpful. I bit slow in service, but I believe that was because it was fresh. More European in style of service. I can slow down & enjoy.”
“The pasta is home made. Everything is fresh!”