The Best Italian Fresh Pasta Shops in New York City
It just so happens that New York City is home to a number of good Italian food shops. You really can’t have an Italian meal without pasta. We love, love pasta and we especially love fresh pasta! So with that in mind, here are the best Italian fresh pasta shops in New York City.
Piemonte Ravioli – 190 Grand St
Piemonte Ravioli is one of the few remaining authentic old school Italian food shops in Little Italy. It is no surprise that they specialize in ravioli, with flavors ranging from cheese raviolis to lobster raviolis. They also sell other pastas like tortellinis and fettuccine which we recommend.
Di Palo’s Fine Foods – 200 Grand St
Down the block there is also Di Palo’s. They have everything you need for an Italian feast including fresh pasta!
Raffetto’s Corporation – 144 W Houston St
Raffetto’s Corporation is an absolute gem. Their pasta is cut to order and it is as fresh as you can get. They also have delicious sauces to pair with your pasta so it is a one stop shop like many others on this list.
Cassinelli Food Products – 31-12 23rd Ave, Astoria
There are also a lot of great options outside of Little Italy and Manhattan. Astoria is another hot spot for authentic Italian foods. Cassinelli Food Products is easily one of go to places in Astoria. Their linguine, tortellini, cappelletti etc. are all excellent.
Russo’s Mozzarella and Pasta – 344 E 11th St & 363 7th Ave, Brooklyn
Russo’s Mozzarella and Pasta is an invaluable resource for home cooks and foodies! It is definitely worth a trip for their yummy pastas. We also recommend picking up one of their sandwiches for lunch as you shop around.
Borgatti’s Ravioli & Egg Noodles – 632 E 187th St, Bronx
On Arthur Avenue, the Little Italy of the Bronx, Borgatti’s Ravioli & Egg Noodles has been in business for over 70 years at the same location. Borgatti’s also cuts your pasta to your specification. They are sure to have something to fit every need as they have a large variety of fresh pastas. Sometimes you will find the line out the door, but trust us it is well worth the wait.
Join us for a walking tour of Manhattan’s Little Italy and learn all about fresh homemade Italian pastas! Also let us know if we missed any fresh Italian pasta shops in the comment section below!