Unlike revenge, ravioli is a dish best served hot and only occasionally leads to intimate discussions with chain-smoking detectives. Satisfy cravings for hot eats with today’s Groupon to Pasta é Pasta in Chesterfield. Choose between the following options:
- For $23, you get a multicourse make-at-home Italian meal for four to six people (a $47 value).
- For $43, you get a multicourse make-at-home Italian meal for eight to twelve people (an $86.50 value).
An artisanal Italian food wholesaler, Pasta é Pasta tenderly crafts fresh, authentic pastas, sauces, soups, and more from natural ingredients. The family behind the shop re-creates and packages full meals that diners can enjoy from the comfort of their own homes or the quiet of an abandoned swimming pool. The culinary voyage begins with a quart of warming pasta e fagioli or minestrone soup (an $8 value; two quarts for 8–12 option), with an additional bag of soup cuts to let DIY-minded cooks shape their own flavor experiences (a $2.50 value).
Customers then pick two 12-ounce bags of dry pasta noodles, with varieties such as regular egg, spinach, and tomato basil (a $10 value; three bags for 8–12 option). If options overwhelm the cerebral pasta cortex, the selection wary can scoop up one of two mixed-variety bags. The feast rounds out with a pound of potato or spinach-and-potato gnocchi (a $5 value; two pounds for 8–12 option), and a pound of meat or ricotta-and-spinach ravioli (an $8 value; two pounds for for 8–12 option). Three pints of frozen marinara or blush sauce vivify pasta or tablecloths (a $13.50 value; six pints for 8–12 option). The option for eight to twelve people increases portions on all of the above.
Pasta é Pasta's staff carefully crafts all foodstuffs without preservatives, fillers, artificial flavoring, or superfluous hand gestures. The shop welcomes curious types to stop by in person to watch pasta take form before their very eyes.
Pasta E Pasta
For Carlo De Angelis, making pasta started as a way to unwind after a tough day. But his unusual relaxation technique quickly blossomed into a business venture when friends and family began to rave about his pasta and inundate him with family recipes, including his mother’s sauce and his mother-in-law’s gnocchi. With his daughter, Carla, Carlo turned his hobby into a business, and today the company’s ravioli, lasagna, sauce, and fresh and dry pastas are found at bakeries, markets, and farmer’s markets. The products stock shelves from St. Clair Shores all the way to northern Oakland County and Ann Arbor. At the De Angelis's original Chesterfield location, curious customers can watch as products are made in the open production space.
48712 Gratiot Ave.
Chesterfield, Michigan 48051Get Directions