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The Ultimate ATL Pasta Guide

We love carbs, and we cannot lie. We love pasta in all the shapes and sizes it comes in. Perfectly stuffed ravioli shells, al dente tagliatelle, and rich, savory gnocchi–its all impastably perfect. These Italian joints in Atlanta know pasta in all its forms, and will be sure to satisfy you when you need a big bowl of carbs!

Pricci - Shrimp Rigatoni | Facebook/pricciatlanta

Pricci – Shrimp Rigatoni | Facebook/pricciatlanta

Pricci

This Buckhead Italian spot is an upscale, white-tablecloth classic kind of place that’s been around for decades and is a phenomenal night out, guaranteed. While other trendy restaurants come and go, Pricci keeps serving up outstanding, quality Italian fare like their shrimp rigatoni, Linguini Fruitti di Mare, and tortelloni.

BoccaLupo

Head on over to Inman Park for this Italian gem. Their 20 yolk tagliatelle is an absolute show-stopper, with a variety of mushrooms that’ll satisfy your most savory cravings. The menu constantly changes, but you can expect offerings like ceviche, prosciutto, and squid ink pasta!

Donetto

This West Midtown spot has a beautiful, modern interior, a constantly rotating seasonal menu, and delicious house-made pastas. Their house-made focaccia is especially tasty, and while this spot is on the pricier side, you can enjoy a three-course dinner on Sundays for a prix fixe of $35 or half-price pizzas from 5-7pm for their weekday happy hour!

a mano - Carbonara | Photo: amanoatl.com

a mano – Carbonara | Photo: amanoatl.com

a mano

Great for date night or a girl’s night out, a mano has us coming back and back again for their classic pasta dishes. Their carbonara always hits the spot, and their cacio e pepe has the right amount of creaminess and pepper to satisfy. The patio is cute-as-a-button, and you’re going to love the Italian skillet bread, drenched in olive oil and balsamic vinaigrette. Gluten-free options are also available.

No. 246

Is it just us or does Decatur have like, ALL the best food? Find this Chef Ford Fry spot in the heart of downtown Decatur. Their squid ink spaghetti, served with Georgia white shrimp, is a high-point on the menu. They also have a brunch menu serving up classic comfort Italian fare like meatballs and frittatas alongside Southern favorites like chicken and biscuits!

Ippolito’s Neighborhood Italian

No frills, casual Italian spot Ippolito’s is famous for its garlic knots that will absolutely spoil your appetite before dinner. Diners are forced to have their Stromboli and their Chicken Parmigiana bagged before trying even one bite! So it might be a bit later, at home in your kitchen in the light of your open frdige, that you even try their ultra-comforting and cheesy chicken parmigiana or their cheese tortellini. But it’s great for when you’re in the cheesiest of moods!

FIGO - Ravioli with beef liver and fava beans tossed in a “nice Chianti” sauce | Photo: Facebook/FIGOpasta

FIGO – Ravioli with beef liver and fava beans tossed in a “nice Chianti” sauce | Photo: Facebook/FIGOpasta

FIGO Pasta

When you’re in need of a quick and affordable but savory bite, head to your nearest FIGO Pasta. With over 20 different types of pastas and raviolis, they’re sure to have something on the menu no matter whether you’re more in a fusilli, gnocchi, or tagliatelle kind of mood!

Sotto Sotto

This cozy Inman Park spot is great for date night, and is also open late on weekday nights. The highlight of the menu has to be the Tortelli di Michelangela, a tortellini stuffed full of veal, chicken, AND pork!

Double Zero - Pasta | Photo: Facebook/doublezeroatl

Double Zero – Pasta | Photo: Facebook/doublezeroatl

Double Zero

Find handmade pasta made fresh, on-site everyday over in Emory Village! Their name comes from the Double Zero, ultra-refined flour they use in their dishes, and wow, can you taste the difference. They also make Neapolitan pizza fresh in their ovens if someone in your group is more a ‘za mood, and the bar program is also fantastic.

Il Giallo

This Sandy Springs spot continues to impress us visit after visit. Their octopus appetizer is a favorite. There are always excellent new specials to try, but our favorite stand-by is their cream-based gnocchi!

Use our map below to find a pasta spot near you!

Ippolito's
No. 246
Il Giallo
Double Zero
Sotto Sotto
FIGO Pasta
a mano
Donetto
BoccaLuppo
Pricci
Ippolito's

No frills, casual Italian spot Ippolito’s is famous for its garlic knots that will absolutely spoil your appetite before dinner. Diners are forced to have their Stromboli and their Chicken Parmigiana bagged before trying even one bite! So it might be a bit later, at home in your kitchen that you even try their ultra-comforting and cheesy chicken parmigiana or their cheese tortellini. But it’s great when you’re in the cheesiest of moods!

No. 246

Is it just us or does Decatur like, ALL the best food? Find this Chef Ford Fry spot in downtown Decatur. Their squid ink spaghetti, served with Georgia white shrimp, is a high-point on the menu and  they also have a brunch menu serving up classic comfort Italian fare like meatballs and frittatas alongside Southern favorites like chicken and biscuits!

Il Giallo

This Sandy Springs spot continues to impress us visit after visit. Their octopus appetizer is a favorite. There are always excellent new specials to try, but our favorite stand-by is their cream-based gnocchi!

Double Zero

Find handmade pasta made fresh, on-site everyday over in Emory Village! Their name comes from the Double Zero ultra-refined flour they use in their dishes, and wow, can you taste the difference. They also make Neapolitan pizza fresh in their ovens if someone in your group is in more  of a ‘za mood, and the bar program is also fantastic.

Sotto Sotto

This cozy Inman Park spot is great for date night, and is also open late on weekday nights. The highlight of the menu has to be the Tortelli di Michelangela, a tortellini stuffed full of veal, chicken, pork!

FIGO Pasta

When you’re in need of a quick and affordable but savory bite, head to your nearest FIGO. With over 20 different types of pastas and raviolis, they’re sure to have something on the menu no matter whether you’re more in a fusilli, gnocchi, or tagliatelle kind of mood!

a mano

Great for date night or girl’s night, a mano has us coming back and back again for their classic pasta dishes. Their carbonara always hits the spot, and their cacio e pepe has the right amount of creaminess and pepper to satisfy. The patio is cute-as-a-button, and you’re going to love the Italian skillet bread, drenched in olive oil and balsamic vinaigrette. Gluten-free options are also available.

Donetto

This West Midtown spot has a beautiful, modern interior, a constantly rotating seasonal menu, and delicious house-made pastas. Their house-made focaccia is especially tasty, and while this spot is on the pricier side, you can enjoy a three-course dinner on Sundays for a prix fixe of $35 or half-price pizzas from 5-7pm for their weekday happy hour!

BoccaLuppo

Head on over to Inman Park for this Italian gem. Their 20 yolk tagliatelle is an absolute show-stopper, with a variety of mushrooms that’ll satisfy your most savory cravings. The menu constantly changes, but you can expect offerings like ceviche, prosciutto, and squid ink pasta!

Pricci

This Buckhead Italian spot is a classic that’s been around for decades and is a phenomenal night out, guaranteed. While other trendy restaurants come and go, Pricci keeps serving up outstanding, quality Italian fare like their shrimp rigatoni, Linguini Fruitti di Mare, and tortelloni.

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