New pasta to-go concept Dal Moro’s opens in St. Pete next month

It's the chain's first U.S. location.

click to enlarge PHOTO VIA DALMOROS/INSTAGRAM
Photo via dalmoros/Instagram

Next month, St. Pete will get is a taste of a fast-food concept unlike any other—Dal Moro’s Fresh Pasta To Go.

Dal Moro’s mission is to show Americans that its possible to enjoy authentic Italian fresh pasta in a fast-casual environment without spending a fortune. 

Dal Moro’s also has locations in Venice, Toronto, and Ottawa. But the one coming along at 653 Central Ave. in the ‘Burg is the concept’s first location in the U.S. 

Five varieties of pasta are on the menu, including fusilli, spaghetti, gnocchi, bigoli and linguine. Customers can choose from nine artisan sauces like pesto, carbonara and bolognese. Get ready for a carb overload.

All portions of fresh pasta are made from scratch in front of diners. Each order is served in a to-go container, allowing diners to explore Central Ave. (while practicing social distancing), or take their eats home to enjoy in their own bubble. Homemade tiramisu is also on the menu. 

More details to come as the official opening date is announced. 

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