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DavidT Nov 5, 2007 08:07 AM

I am looking to buy some locally made pumpkin-filled ravioli. Does anyone know if any of our Italian delis (Lucca, AG Ferrari, etc.) currently have it available?

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    brokergal Nov 5, 2007 09:23 AM

    I've definitely seen it at AG in previous years - 'tis the season, so they are probably a good place to start.

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      wally Nov 5, 2007 09:39 AM

      Phoenix Pastificio has had it lately. They sell at several farmer's markets as well as at their place

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      Phoenix Pastificio
      1250 Addison St, Berkeley, CA 94702

      1. Shane Greenwood Nov 5, 2007 10:10 AM

        Try Sergio's Pasta Shop in San Mateo. He makes everything fresh and has seasonal items.

        (650) 340-6313

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        Sergio's Pasta Shop
        205 E 4th Ave, San Mateo, CA

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          SteveG Nov 5, 2007 10:59 AM

          Don't know if they're Italian per se, but The Pasta Shop on 4th Street in Berkeley makes great ravioli and they have a seasonal pumpkin ravioli. You can find their products in San Francisco markets like Falletti Foods (Broderick and Oak) or Rainbow Market (Division/Duboce at Folsom). I'd go with The Pasta Shop's products over AG Ferrari's, since AG Ferrari is a chain and I don't think they make their own pasta.

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          1. re: SteveG
            JasmineG Nov 5, 2007 02:33 PM

            They are also on College Avenue in Oakland.

          2. courtneyp Nov 5, 2007 02:05 PM

            Lucca on Chestnut claims that they have pumpkin raviolis at least twice a week:
            http://www.luccadeli.com/grocery/entr...

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            Lucca Delicatessen
            2120 Chestnut St, San Francisco, CA 94123

            1. Xiao Yang Nov 5, 2007 06:27 PM

              I inquired at Molinari's (North Beach) today, and was told that they would be making pumpkin ravioli starting next week. Their fresh ravioli is usually very good. I didn't ask what the price would be, but it's a sure bet it will be less pricey than AG Ferrari's.

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