October 17 is National Pasta Day, and, of course, Borgata has plenty of ways for you to enjoy your favorite Italian-inspired cuisine!
Starting at Angeline, Michael Symon’s ode to Italian cuisine, there’s Saffron Spaghetti (lump crab, jalapeño, mint, and breadcrumbs), Linguine with clams and pancetta, Fettuccine (roasted garlic cream, sausage, peas, and Parmesan), Paccheri with lobster, Ziti (eggplant, cherry tomatoes, and chili flakes), Rotolo (bolognese, Parmesan, and basil), Bucatini with short rib rage, Gemelli (broken meatball sauce and basil), Cavatelli with Sunday meat sauce, and Tortelloni (burrita, grape tomatoes, and basil).
For a unique take on pasta, head to Bobby Flay Steak, where you can enjoy Shrimp “Scampi” with creamy green chili rice, or Spicy Lobster Spaghetti with olive relish and anchovy bread crumbs. At Old Homestead Steakhouse, try their signature Shrimp Scampi with lemon, garlic, and basil, or Linguine with tomato and basil.
Wolfgang Puck American Grille’s house made pastas include Ricotta Gnocchi (beef and pork bolognese, parsley, and pecorino romano), and the famous Five cheese Agnolotti with sage-truffle butter. Plus, make sure you ask your server for their Pasta of the Day, a rotating seasonal treat.
At The Metropolitan, check out the Linguine Pomodoro with house-made meatballs, Seafood Fra Diavolo (mussels, clams, shrimp, lump crab, linguine, spicy marinara, and garlic bread), or Shrimp Scampi (garlic, shallots, parsley, white wine butter sauce, fresh tomatoes, linguine, and garlic bread). For a late-night pasta fix, head to Pizata: Pizza & Pasta at The Marketplace, where you an choose your favorite sauce and preferred cut of Tallutos Pasta for a customizable dinner. Of course, our award-winning Borgata Buffet has plenty of pasta selections for every taste.