I wanted to let everyone know Fatagati’s unfortunately closed. The owner was great, best fresh pasta on the island. Recommend Venda on Federal Hill.
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This place had the BEST hand made pasta! They also had individual dinners you could buy. Went there and sign on door saying it is closed :(
I love the fresh pasta dishes. Very authentic Italian style recipes. Call and they will make up a fresh dish in minutes.
I love Fatagati's. Since it opened my family and I have had many take out nights from Fatagati's. It is simply the best. My favorite is the homemade linguine pasta with marinara and everything else. I sometimes buy fresh pasta to quickly cook at home...More
Mr. Fatigati knows his pasta and sauces. We each ordered a different "mix and match" from the board in the restaurant as a take-out order: it was THE BEST fresh pasta and sauce we've ever had. The best.
I have visited Fatagatis Fresh Pasta shop many times. Along with freshly made pasta, various delicious sauces, salads and sandwiches are also available for eat in or take home.Several times I've grabbed lunch to take to the beach, and then stopped on the way back...More
Best Italian food in the area!! Excellent eggplant Parmesan. Very light and fluffy. The pasta is made right there, in front of you. All of the sauces are fresh and delicious, and Greg can help you pair sauces with pastas and proteins. My favorite is:...More
Chef Greg Fatigati, standing tall behind his counter, welcomes each customer with a warm smile, ready to whip up an endless combination of homemade pastas, sauces, and toppings, to order. His years of culinary experience are evident in the fresh, vibrant flavors that make selecting...More
I think I have bought everything Fatagati's offers and one item is better than the other. The lobster stuffed ravioli..eggplant parmesan..fresh salads.. pastas for home cooking e.g. lasagna...wonderful! Portsmouth is so lucky to have an international provider.
If you're looking for real homemade pasta and a variety of Italian dishes, you cannot find a better spot on Aquidneck Island and perhaps in all of Rhode Island. The owner, Greg Fatigati, is always there and you can immediately tell he takes an enormous...More