"We've come a long way, baby," is probably what a plate of Uovo's handmade pasta might say to you if, of course, it could talk. From the minds of Sugarfish comes Uovo, a quick-and-casual Italian restaurant that only serves fresh pasta that's been overnighted from Uovo's own kitchen in Bologna, Italy. Sure, they could have just made the pasta here, but why do that when they can bring us all fresh noodles made in the world's pasta epicenter? Look for classic pasta dishes from Rome and Bologna, among other locales, each topping out at around $15. With vegetable sides at $6 and wines by the glass around $10, this is one of the most affordable ways to dine Italiano—and it's definitely cheaper than a flight to Bologna.