Drunk St. Pete residents can now get pasta in a bag at DalMoros

Sober folks can have 'em too, and they're available for purchase during all operating hours.

click to enlarge c/o DelMoros Fresh Pasta to Go
c/o DelMoros Fresh Pasta to Go
DalMoros is giving the best holiday gift to St. Petersburg’s pasta lovers, late night drunks, or anyone who identifies as both. The fast-casual pasta shop at 653 Central Ave. just debuted fresh to-go bagged pasta options for the holidays, but they’ll be available for purchase year-round, too.

The family size is $9 and serves 3-4 people, while the personal size runs for $3.50.

Although DalMoros is known for its fresh sauces like pesto, bolognese and amatriciana—made of tomato sauce, smoked bacon, onions and black pepper—these new grab-and-go bags are filled with fresh pasta only. Different pastas available include spaghetti, linguine, rigatoni and fusilli (those little spiral guys.)

DalMoros new bagged pasta is available for purchase during all operating hours—which is as late as 2:30 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays—and no one is going to judge you if you eat it right out of the bag.

Tampa Bay is obviously enjoying this fast-casual pasta spot— which just opened earlier this year—as another location in Sarasota is slated to open in 2022.

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Kyla Fields

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