Where to Find the Tastiest Handmade Pasta Around the Main Line

The next time you’re running errands, grab a taste of Italy at these handmade pasta shops around the Main Line and Philadelphia suburbs.

Bring your home cooking to the next level with handmade pasta from these mom-and-pop shops around the Main Line and Philadelphia as we take a journey from Montgomery, Chester and Delaware Counties all the way to the famed Italian Market in the heart of South Philadelphia. These authentic handcrafted delights bring out glorious flavors that even the pickiest eaters will enjoy.

Philadelphia Suburbs

Vera Pasta

319 Westtown Rd., West Chester

 

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You can find Vera just about anywhere in the greater Philadelphia area that carries boutique pasta, but the brick-and-mortar location in West Chester is without a doubt the place to get it the freshest. On top of your standard pastas, the shop carries homemade ravioli, gnocchi, prepared meals and fresh sauces. For those who think the trek out to West Chester is too far, you can always order directly from the website.

Scaramuzza’s Pasta Products

412 S Springfield Rd., Clifton Heights

Scarramuzza’s makes all its pasta on-site at the Clifton Hieghts location. Since 1962, the brand has served Delco and West Philly some of the tastiest handmade pasta with a home-cooked flair, with family recipes that can be traced back to the Abruzzo region of Italy. If you’re looking for a quick, easy meal, the wide variety of frozen pastas, lasagna,  ravioli and stuffed shells don’t disappoint either.

The Pasta Lab

 

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Most of The Pasta Lab’s business is done online, but you can catch the brand at farmers’ markets around the Main Line area if you’re diligent enough. This small-batch pasta shop’s offerings change frequently, so stay posted via its website to see if your favorite varieties are in stock, or visit the stall at the Chestnut Hill outdoor farmers’ market.

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Sorrentino Pasta + Provisions

91 E Butler Ave., Ambler

Ambler’s Sorrentino Pasta cooks up delicious dishes for dine-in or takeout daily with its own brand of fresh, homemade pasta. The in-store market has selections from its latest batches along with Italian specialty meats, cheeses, oils, desserts and more.

Italian Market

While the Main Line area has its fair share of handmade Italian pastas and products, it’s hard to beat the Italian Market and South Philadelphia, which are hotbeds for mouthwatering Italian food. One of the top places to start is P+S Ravioli, in business in South Philly  since 1966. Its massive stock and four different locations mean you can find just about any kind of pasta that suits your need. Meanwhile, Talluto’s window display is the heart of the Italian Market at 9th Street will get your mouth watering just from walking by it. The hotspot even lists its delectable recipes for free on its website. Finally, Claudio’s Special Foods brings Italian products from all over the Mediterranean to Philadelphia with signature cheeses, oils, olives, pastas and more. Its products can also be found in a bevvy of other Philadelphia-area markets.

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