Where to Celebrate National Pasta Day in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia, PAWhere to go in Philly for National Pasta Day - Get your parmesan shakers ready: National Pasta Day is on, October 17! If you're searching for straightforward, saucy, or savory, we've found the most mouth-watering pasta creations around Philadelphia – and, of course, exactly where to get them.


 Where to go in Philly for National Pasta Day
  • Bronze Table, the fast-casual pasta purveyor at The Bourse Food Hall, helmed by the team behind Vera Pasta, known for its hand-crafted signature plates of pasta, including Nona’s Ricotta Gnocchi, Wild Mushroom & Sage Ravioli, Mac N’ Cheese, among the mix. Customers can additionally create custom creations featuring their favorite sauce as well as preferred noodles.
    Additionally, Bronze Table offers fresh dry pasta to-go for the at-home cook. 111 S Independence Mall
  • A Mano, celebrated Italian BYOB from Townsend Wentz, provides an ever-changing seasonal menu with handcrafted pasta dishes. Chef Michael Millon’s menu follows the changing seasons, from Italy’s hearty Alpine winter plates to the warmth of spicy Calabrian summers. Standouts consist of the Bucatini All’ Amatriciana ($15/$29), Parsley Cavatelli ($16/$30) with escargot, beech mushroom, bone marrow along with toasted garlic; as well as the Mushroom Ravioli ($16/$30) with foie gras hazelnut and mugolio. 2244 Fairmount Ave.
  • Forsythia, Old City’s latest restaurant from celebrated Chef Christopher Kearse, offers a new French selection with show-stopping pasta dishes including Rigatoni Cacio e Pepe ($15) with aged pecorino Toscano and black & pink peppercorn and Corn Agnolotti ($18) with lamb neck, pecorino, and cèpes. Seafood lovers will take great delight in the Spaghetti Alla Chitarra ($15) accompanied by shrimp head butter, shiso, and caramelized tomato. 233 Chestnut St.
  • Ocean Prime, Center City’s majestic seafood restaurants and steakhouses, is honoring National Pasta Day with its Sonoma Goat Cheese Ravioli ($16), a year-round appetizer, served up with golden oak mushrooms along with delicious home-made white wine garlic sauce. Also, Ocean Prime’s secret off-menu creamy Lobster Mac and Cheese ($21) is sure to satisfy any pasta lover’s desires. 124 South 15th St.
  • CO-OP, the energetic restaurant, and lounge at the corner of 33rd and Chestnut st. is providing guests an indulgent pasta for one-day-only in celebration of the holiday. On Thursday, pasta enthusiasts can take pleasure in Potato Gnocchi ($23) with chanterelle mushrooms, pancetta, tarragon, crispy shallots, and pecorino. 20 South 33rd St.
  • Carrabba’s Italian Grill, In honor of National Pasta Day (10/17), Carrabba’s Italian Grill is celebrating all weekend long - Thursday, October 17 through Sunday, October 20 - by offering their sautéed to order Spaghetti Pomodoro and Linguine Positano, featuring crushed tomatoes, garlic, olive oil and basil, with soup or salad for only $10.
    William ZimmermanBill Zimmerman
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