ATLANTA — Two Atlanta restaurants made the Food Network’s list of ‘Best Pastas in the Country.’ 

The comfort food collection names 98 pastas across the country. St. Cecilia’s Short Rib Agnolotti made the list

The Ford Fry restaurant features Mediterranean dishes, “but it's the agnolotti that really stands out,” Food Network said. “The savory yet still delicate dish features red wine-braised beef stuffed inside the light pockets of pasta with a rich Parmigiano crema and some woodsy sage.” 

According to Food Network, it’s further proof Ford Fry “can do just about anything he puts his mind to.” 

You can find St. Cecilia In Atlanta at 3455 Peachtree Road Northeast. 

Another Atlanta favorite, BoccaLupo, also made Food Network’s list

“Buzzy BoccaLupo consistently ranks as one of the best places in dine in food-obsessed Atlanta, and the tagliatelle has a lot to do with it,” Food Network said. “Chef Bruce Logue developed an equally indulgent recipe made from 20 yolks and an additional six whole eggs. The color is great, so is the flavor, but these might just be the softest, most supple strands of pasta on the planet."

Find BoccaLupo at 753 Edgewood Ave NE.


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