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Best Frozen ravioli/tortellini?

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A guilty pleasure was Trader Joe's frozen walnut gorgonzola tortellini but it's gone now and not coming back. Capone's in Union Square has pretty good ravioli. Any other suggestions?

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  1. Dave's Fresh Pasta just outside of Davis Square. You can even print out a coupon!

    http://www.davesfreshpasta.com/coupon...

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    1. re: smtucker

      Enthusiastically seconded. Quite a selection too.

    2. Bob's in South Medford has a number of different frozen raviolis and tortellinis, all of which are good, IMO.

      1. I think the Putney Pasta frozen stuffed pastas are the best in the supermarket freezer section (Daves and Capones notwithstanding). You can get them at Whole Foods.

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        1. re: Splendid Spatula

          And at Roche Bros...

        2. I like the Pasta Prima spinach and mozzarella raviolis from Costco. Actually they are the best frozen raviolis I have eaten.

          1. sabella's ravioli on broadway in revere has a nice selection of frozen homemade pasta

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            1. re: galangatron

              I second Sabella's. If you're ever driving through Providence, Constantines Venda Ravioli on Atwells Ave has amazing frozen raviolis in about 20 varieties.

              1. re: catsmeow

                LaBella's in West Medford has a variety of frozen pasta, some of which they make there and some of which I think they get somewhere else, possibly Bella's in South Medford.

                As far as run-of-the-mill supermarket brands, I don't think Mamma Rosie's is bad at all.

                1. re: catsmeow

                  you can also order Venda Ravioli online from their website.

              2. In addition to great house-made sausage DePasquales on Watertown Street in Nonantum had good house-made ravioli (maybe also tortellinis, I'll have to check).