What You Should Know:
Pasta is in the foreground at this Missy Robbins owned restaurant that glorifies her passion for pasta. Behind the bare, laid back setting and the usually good service, there is just enough to make for the ultimate enjoyment of each pasta.
What I Liked:
Crunchy toast is contrasted against buttery, sardine fillets covered in dill.
Agnolotti are stuffed edge-to-edge with soft cheese and served with a balance of honey and dried tomato.
A comforting bowl of fettuccine is mixed with a lightly heated lamb sausage and fennel seeds.
Is It Worth It:
The pastas are where the fun of the meal is, and are moderately priced in the low $20s, which is high for pasta, although this isn’t your normal pasta.