I just moved down from NJ, and my dad (who is 100% Italian) was with me while I was still getting situated. We decided to try this place for lunch, because it is right around the corner from me...
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- Mon: 9am-12am
- Tue: 9am-12am
- Wed: 9am-12am
- Thu: 9am-12am
- Fri: 9am-12am
- Sat: 9am-12am
- Sun: 9am-12am
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Had a casual simple dinner date, craved for the best fettucini in town. Auntie Pasto's was one of the many places that pulled up on Yelp, so we decided to try it out.For starters, we had the...
Eh - this restaurant is an old school American take on Italian food. And by that I mean, dimly light restaurant, checkered tables with disposable paper on top, walls depicting faux Italian walls...
Nice place, good customer service, but I knew there was a problem when the food came out less than 5 minutes after we ordered, I ordered the chicken Parmesan with fettuccine Alfredo and my wife...
Second time dining here, definitely recommended. This time I had the Fettuccine with Cilantro, Jalapenos & Crawfish. Good price, friendly server, great service and a nice atmosphere. Let's...
Auntie Pasto’s could just as easily be found in the Little Italy section of New York, but that’s not the reason to visit this bistro overlooking Bellaire’s Paseo Park. Go for the heavenly dessert called To Die For, a luscious pastry stacked with layers of ladyfingers, creamy mascarpone cheese, almond torte and seasonal berries. Still you may want to delay the gratification of the sweet hereafter with some surprisingly inventive dishes. They’re served in an atmosphere that is comfortable enough to accommodate the whole family, yet trendy enough to attract real foodies. This is primarily an Italian menu where you’ll find cilantro fettuccini with jalapenos and crawfish, and black pepper fettuccini with shrimp