- $22 for $35 worth of pasta and seasonal Italian food
- See the menu
The Pasta Shoppe
The Pasta Shoppe is a place for people who love food—where it comes from, how it's made, how it smells. And to best answer the call of the foodies who congregate there, the restaurant puts love into every ravioli and strand of angel hair it makes from scratch. In fact, its chefs mix, knead, pull, and cut these noodles in full view of their hungry public.
Some buy the pasta and prepare it at home, while others eat in-house. Farm-to-table prix-fixe menus revolve with the seasons, and the permanent menu prizes fresh fare, too, in the form of wild mushroom gnocchi, wild boar ragu polenta, and ricotta-topped grilled pizza. Even the architecture is designed to accommodate gourmands, who can choose to take a seat at the chef's counter for an intimate, unfussy evening of epicurean education.