This stationary food truck is a Beaumont transplant that comes backed by a 60yr tradition of Italian cooking, and they've got goodies like meatballs with cinnamon cooked from ancient family recipes.
Pasta is Patrizi’s calling card. The fresh fettuccine dishes always leave people satisfied. You can enjoy your meal in the lush garden-esque patio space that gives off a chill neighborhood vibe. Popular among indie-scene adjacent 20 and 30-somethings, the patio is situated in the middle of the Vortex, a well-loved venue that also hosts a ton of nontraditional theatre works, trivia nights, and other community events. Find Patrizi’s near The Butterfly Bar, where you can get a shareable sangria carafe. Then you’ll have everything you need for a refreshing outdoor evening at one of the coolest locations in town.
Stashed behind Butterfly Bar on bustling Manor Road sits Italian trailer Patrizi’s, hawking hand-pulled, made-to-order pasta since 1948. If you use carbonara as a measuring stick for an unbeatable Italian restaurant, Patrizi's hits the high mark, especially when the additions include a coddled egg, bacon, or a baseball-sized meatball. However, the red sauce on Patrizi’s thick, toothy pasta is nothing to scoff at, either. It arrives stewed with onions, garlic, garden herbs, pork trimmings, and cheese rinds for an oh-so-comforting take on the classic.
How to book: Stop by for first come, first served seating or get delivery via Favor.