16 "Pasta" Restaurants in Philadelphia.
Vetri is expensive, completely over the top, and possibly the best restaurant in Philadelphia.
Friday Saturday Sunday is a two-level American restaurant in Rittenhouse with a great bar that’s perfect for a night out with a few friends.
Barbuzzo is a great place to escape Center City for a low-key date, or any other time you want some charcuterie and pasta.
Cry Baby Pasta is a nice-looking pasta spot in Queen Village that’s good for a casual dinner with friends.
The Love in Rittenhouse feels like a nicer version of a mall restaurant, but their pastas and fried chicken are some of the best around.
Bar Amis is an offshoot of Amis Trattoria that serves solid pasta and antipasti dishes in the Navy Yard.
The Center City location of Davio’s is the original one, and it’s a mix between a fancy Italian restaurant and a kitschy steakhouse.
Popi’s is an Italian spot in South Philly that might as well be a prom venue.
La Locada del Ghittone is an Italian BYOB in Old City that serves super solid and affordable pasta.
L’Angolo is an old school Italian BYOB in South Philly with private rooms and all the pastas you hoped they would have.
If you’re going to a show at Union Transfer, stop by Osteria before hand to eat some pasta outside.
Harp & Crown in Rittenhouse has private dining rooms and bowling lanes, which makes it a good spot for to go all out for a special occasion.
Amis is a small Italian spot in Washington Square West with good pasta and a long wine list.
Ristorante Pesto is an Italian BYOB in East Passyunk where you should start a night out with a lot of pasta.