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Best home made Pasta in North End?

tabicket Jul 4, 2011 07:24 AM

HI all,

I'm looking for the best home made pasta in the North End. We are a party of four and would like to avoid the high end places like Prezza, and are specifically looking for great pasta. Oh, and we would also like to avoid Giacamos due to long lines. We have to stick to North End due to previous plans in that area. I know there are lot of Italian threads on here, but I still can't tell where to find the best pasta. Thanks a lot for you help.

24 Fleet St., Boston, MA 02113

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    meeps2002 Jul 5, 2011 05:28 AM

    Next time you have to try La Summa and get their Fusilli - homemade greatness

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      tabicket Jul 4, 2011 02:35 PM

      Thank you both for the recommendations. Unfortunately no availability at either of those locations (they may be closed for the 4th). We made a reservation at Al Dente. I'll report back on how that is.

      Al Dente Restaurant
      109 Salem St Ste 1, Boston, MA 02113

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        nachovegas Jul 4, 2011 09:14 AM

        Try Trattorria di Monica on Salem St. on Prince St. Their pasta is great . It/s a small place though, maybe 10 tables so expecta a wait!

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        1. re: nachovegas
          Beachowolfe Jul 4, 2011 10:33 AM

          If the trattoria is too crowded try Vinoteca di Monica- same guys, same pasta.

          Vinoteca di Monica
          143 Richmond St., Boston, MA 02109

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