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Spaghetti Incident

Restaurants, Italian Lower East Side
Spaghetti Incident
Photograph: Courtesy Yelp/Lori L.

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This comfy Lower East Side takeout den—named after, yes, the Guns N’ Roses album—is all about long pastas, any of which can be served in a paper cone for easy portability à la old-school Italian street fairs. Designed to aid the twirl of the noodle on a fork, cones include the Chitarra, a mix of house-made mozzarella, spaghetti, basil and tomato sauce ($14); the sautéed-garlic and pancetta-boasting Bucatini Amatriciana; and the healthy nut-friendly Kale Pesto, with walnut, pesto and Parmesan cream sauce (both $13).

By: Alyssa Haak



Address: 231 Eldridge St
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