The Best Pasta in Los Angeles

Today is National Spaghetti Day. But we can't commit to just one type of Italian noodle, so here are our favorite types of pasta across the city. Where do you find your favorite spaghetti, ravioli, tagliatelle and linguini? Let us know in the comments!

Spaghetti from Scarpetta. Image by Flickr user Muy Yum.

Tagliatelle with Duck Ragout at Angelini Osteria. Image by Oanh Loves Food.

Carbonara with Santa Barbara Prawns from Ludo Bites. Image from Flickr user liquoredonlife.

Pesto Penne at Colori Kitchen. Image by The Thirsty Pig.

Bucatini Carbonara from Osteria La Buca. Image by Stephen Sakulsky.

Spaghetti alla Gricia from Osteria Mozza. Image by Sights Smell Taste.

Tortelli Verdi from Eatalian Cafe. Image by KCET.

Spaghetti Funghi e Gamberi at Locanda Veneta. Image by Flickr user Muy Yum.

Fettuccine Sun Dried Tomato at C & O Trattoria. Image from Eat Blog Repeat.

Spaghetti and meatballs at Little Dom's. Image from the Huffington Post.

[Additional reporting by Yoli Martinez]



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Katherine's role as the Living editor at KCET.org keeps her running from farms to markets to restaurants to pop-up swaps all over SoCal. She's been living in and writing about this area for over a decade.
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i like osteria mamma's homemade pasta. mmmm.

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How funny that the only other comment is exactly what mine would be! Osteria Mamma on Melrose is a great hidden find and their artisanal pastas are amazing. Super nice people too! Don't know if Farfalle on Hillhurst is still around, but I always loved their farfalle with artichoke, sundried tomato and shaved ricotta. Mmmmm....!