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If you’re going to carb-load during Dine LA, do it at one of this pasta-centric restaurant group’s four locations (including the newly opened Studio City location at the glitzy new Sportsmen Lodge complex). The specialty pastas here have traveled a long way to make it to your bowl. Made in a kitchen in Bologna (using eggs only available in Italy that give the noodles a deep yellow hue), the uncooked pastas are overnighted via jet, with the travel time serving as the pasta’s resting time. Both the lunch and dinner menus include the signature beef-and-pork Ragu Bolognese and the Ricotta Ravioli in a bright pomodoro sauce, and dinner capping off with a delish Roman-inspired Tiramisu in a glass.
The deal: $25 for a two-course lunch, $35 for a three-course dinner .
What to order: Ragu Bolognese, Ravioli di Ricotta, and Tiramisu.
How to book: Walk-ins only.

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The brainchild of Sugarfish co-founders Lele Massimini and Jerry Greenberg, Uovo is known for its rich, deep yellow noodles—hand-made in their kitchen in Bologna using special red egg yolks available only in Italy, and flown stateside daily so that Uovo’s cooks can prepare classic dishes. With locations in Santa Monica, Mid-Wilshire, and Marina del Rey, this well-priced pasta bar executes every dish perfectly—like Spicy Tonnarelli Arrabiata made with exclusively imported tomatoes from Basilicata and its signature Tagliatelle al Ragu, made without cheese, milk, or cream. Since opening, Uovo has also launched tasting menus for two ranging from $32 to $37 per person, where you can nibble on several pastas with either yellowtail crudo or 100% grass-fed Wagyu Beef Tartare from First Light to start and Tiramisu for dessert.
How to book: Walk in or order pickup and delivery online.

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