Eager to open a brick-and-mortar after honing their culinary craft catering, the Burlington-based husband-wife team behind The Pasta Pot decided to settle for the next best thing: serving macaroni and meatballs out of wheeled Italian eatery that's at least painted like a North End spot, right down to the exposed brick walls and framed photos of sliced prosciutto with red wine
See, we weren't even elaborately fabricating anything: look at that exposed brick!
As the menu's not yet posted online, take a close look at what the Pot's serving
Despite what this picture might lead you to believe, no, they are not peddling classic, must-listen-to-here Bobby Brown hits.
Designed to be easily eaten while walking/riding on your chill longboard, imported cavatappi pasta comes with your choice of sauce (homemade marinara, cheese, garlic butter) and topping, which includes sausage (above), meatballs, chicken, and steamed Italian veggies.
This is where you kill all other flavors with red pepper flakes.
This mini "Petite Parm Sub" served on a toasted garlic-butter hot dog roll is lined with a shredded three-cheese Italian blend and a layer of marinara sauce, piled with meatballs, and then topped with more marinara and grated Parmesan.
Thought you were looking a picture of the same pasta from above? YOU ARE VERY WRONG. This is their signature meatball mac and cheese, with a hint of red sauce for good measure
Sure, at this point, you could move on to their bag 'o cinnamon donuts or fried dough for dessert, or you could just combine dessert into your meal and cap things off with this fried dough (!!) pizza topped with grilled chicken.