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Where did Phoenix Pastificio (Pasta Pacifico) go? Miss their olive bread dearly!

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  • mios Apr 1, 2009 11:30 AM
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I'm sure this happened long time ago, but while I was away from SFBA to attend a grad school in Wisconsin, Pasta Pacifico in Berkeley apparently closed.

Does anyone know if they have relocated to somewhere else?
I was avid fan of their olive bread (swear, it was the best in the bay area). Are there any other italian bread compatible to PP's?

Thanks.

Mio

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  1. Phoenix Pastificio is now located at 1250 Addison St. near Bonar. The olive bread is sold at all Berkeley Farmer's markets and at least a couple of Oakland farmer's markets.

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    Phoenix Pastificio
    1250 Addison St, Berkeley, CA 94702

    6 Replies
    1. re: wally

      Thank you very much :)

      1. re: mios

        Yeah, PP sells the olive bread at the Saturday Oakland (Grand Lake) farmers market and the Sunday Oakland (Temescal, DMV parking lot) market.

        1. re: Ruth Lafler

          Also at the Tuesday market in Berkeley (on Derby at MLK). $4, I believe it was yesterday.

      2. re: wally

        They make their stuff there, but there's no retail shop, is there?

        1. re: Robert Lauriston

          They don't have a retail "shop" in the front but if you walk in and someone is there they will sell you bread. I'm not sure about the pasta.

          1. re: potato or yam

            They will sell you anything they have. I purchase uncut pasta there.

      3. Where to buy:

        http://phoenixpasta.com/page6.html