Pasta – Everyday! Pick your Pasta, Pick your Sauce

Handmade Ravioli upon request and availability (we make them fresh to order)

Pick your Pasta – Pick your Sauce!

Pick a Pasta…

capalini (angel hair), farfale (butterfly), fettuccini (little slices), **gnocchi (knots), gomito (elbow), conchiglie (medium shells), orecchietti (little ears), **pappardelli (flat ribbons), pastina (little pasta), penne (pens), rigatoni (large lined pens), rotelle (wheels), spaghetti (little twines), **tortellini (little pies), tripolini (rigged ribbons)   **fresh pasta 2.00 extra

Pick A Sauce…

*** Arrabbiata 10.00, Artichoke Alfredo Sauce 11.00, Basil Marinara 9.00, Bolognese 11.00, Carbonara 12.00, Cavolfiore 11.00, Ceci 10.00, *Creamy Sausage & Peas 12.00, Genovese Basil Pesto 12.00, Hearty Pot Roast 14.00 (not always available), Lemon Ricotta Pesto 12.00, Mushroom 11.00, *Puttanesca 11.00, Radicchio 12.00, Rapini 11.00, *Spicy Tuna 12.00, Tre Formaggi 10.25, Vodka 12.00

* a little heat,    ** a bit more heat ,    *** alot of heat   You choose!!!

Back by popular request!

Macaroni e Tre Formaggi

Elbow macaroni smothered in provolone, cheddar & American cheese baked to perfection, topped with basil bread crumbs.  10.25

Arrabbiata (the Italian word for angry)is a Roman sauce of garlic, tomatoes, kalamata olives and red chili flakes cook in olive oil.   (Vegan)

Bolognese   Bolognese sauce is essentially marinara sauce with ground beef , carrots, onions, celery, wine & heavy cream added to it.  It is extremely popular in Europe and the United States, and there are many variations. Originally, bolognese sauce did not include tomatoes, and used pork, beef and veal, as well as carrots and milk.

Orcecchiette Pasta con Radicchio  Little ear shaped pasta gently laced with pancetta, radicchio, anchovy and parmigiano reggiano cheese topped with parsley and roasted pinenuts with a balsamic reduction

Carbonara The two unique ingredients in carbonara sauce are pancetta (an Italian version of bacon) and eggs. First, the pancetta is cooked with garlic and parsley. Cooked spaghetti (or another type of pasta) is then added to the mixture. The eggs are added last, and cooked over medium heat, but not scrambled.

Farfalle con Rapini e Aglio butterfly pasta with Italian broccoli in garlic and oil with a hint of red pepper.

Artichoke Alfredo Sauce not your ordinary Alfredo. We have added Artichokes, lemon zest, garlic and a little sour cream.

Pasta e Ceci medium shell pasta flowing in a light marinara sauce with chickpeas, fresh grated parmigiano reggiano cheese and extra virgin olive oil on top.  (Vegan minus the cheese)

Pasta con il Cavolfiore spaghetti with cauliflower in marinara sauce withgrated parmigiano reggiano cheese and parsley. (Vegan minus the cheese)

Puttanesca Puttanesca is a tomato sauce made with crushed anchovies, capers, black or Kalamata olives, garlic and red pepper. The sauce is not usually served with cheese.  

Pesto The word pesto means pounded in Italian, describing the typical way to make this flavorful sauce. Pesto sauce requires few ingredients, and a basic recipe will only need fresh basil and parsley, garlic, salt and pepper, Parmesan cheese and olive oil. Adding pine nuts is a nice touch, although not mandatory. Pesto sauce is said to have originated in Italy.  (Vegan)  

Marinara Marinara sauce is a basic, vegetarian tomato sauce. The sauce is made by mixing crushed or diced tomatoes (canned or fresh) with sauteed onions and olive oil. It also usually includes typical Italian spices such as basil, oregano and parsley, as well as salt and pepper. There are many varieties of marinara sauce. We add Fresh Basil at the end.   (Vegan)

Béchamel sauce, also known as white sauce, is one of the mother sauces of French cuisine and is used in many recipes of Italian cuisine, for example lasagne. It is used as the base for other sauces (such as Mornay sauce, which is Béchamel with cheese).  We most likely will use this sauce for our creamy sauces above.

Meatballs – 1.50 a piece,     Sausage – 1.50 a piece

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