Pastamore Amherst makes me appreciate the work that goes into cooking authentic Italian food. I’m not Italian, but as a kid growing up I pretty much lived on pasta. Not because it was inexpensive and versatile but because it was so delicious! I’m sure many of you did the same and still appreciate a great pasta dish to this day. There’s just something so very comforting about a plate of fresh noodles and tangy sauce. If you are getting hungry reading this, then you should probably make plans to visit one of the best New Hampshire Italian restaurants near me to get your pasta on.

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Pastamore Amherst offers more information on its website. And keep up to date with specials and announcements by following the Pastamore Amherst Facebook page. If you’ve tried the authentic Italian cuisine at Pastamore, please share your favorites in the comments below.

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Best Pasta In New Hampshire

Where else can I find some of the best pasta in New Hampshire?

  • Cornicello Exeter (Exeter): The staff here brings serious pasta and traditional Italian dishes to another level by reinventing them with a slight twist. Have a cocktail or dinner riverside. Shop the store for some of the ingredients in the authentic cuisine, including some delicious wines. And do you know a cornicello is a Neopolitan/Italian amulet folks wear for protection against the evil eye (malocchio) and bad luck and to bring good fortune and fertility?
  • Angela's Pasta and Cheese Shop (Manchester): This specialty shop's staff prepares gourmet-to-go lunch and dinner Monday through Friday. You can choose from a hot entrée, salad, or sandwich, and Friday is pizza day. Folks have shopped at the charming store for more than 40 years purchasing imported pasta, deli meats, cheese, wine, and many other delicious specialty food and drinks. Gift baskets are also available.
  • Patty B’s Italian Restaurant (Dover): Patty Barish learned the restaurant business while working for her dad who owned Gino’s Restaurant in Needham, Massachusetts for 37 years. The menu offers a variety of authentic Italian cuisine, such as scrumptious appetizers, amazing subs, soup, and salad. Expect to find some of your favorite classic recipes at this Italian restaurant in New Hampshire.

Where is another Italian restaurant near me?

  • The Italian Farmhouse (Plymouth): The selection of American-Italian cuisine rounds out an extensive menu full of delightful choices. I'm a sucker for homemade tiramisu - but wait - that comes later. Start with fresh mussels in a hearty broth, or skip the appetizer and head straight for the Lasagna Bolognese. And pizza lovers won't be disappointed with the variety of thin-crust pizza baked in the wood-fired brick oven.