These South Jersey Pasta Dishes Will Have You Saying “Mamma Mia!”

Get ready to embrace your Italian side – we’ve got the South Jersey pasta dishes that will have you speaking the language.


Bacio Marketplace

75 East Main Street, Moorestown
Impress your guests with these take-home mac & cheese balls. Fried crispy with a gooey center, these treats only need a few minutes in the oven to achieve pasta perfection.

Caffe Aldo Lamberti

2011 Marlton Pike West, Cherry Hill
Caffe Aldo Lamberti’s Pennoni Alla Nonna is overflowing with flavor. With smoked mozzarella and pork sausage, this is some serious pasta business finished with spinach, potatoes, garlic and extra virgin olive oil.


Carlucci’s Waterfront

876 Centerton Road, Mount Laurel
Can’t choose between seafood and pasta? You don’t have to with this seafood cannelloni. Dig into pasta stuffed with seasoned shrimp and crabmeat in a brandy cream sauce. And there’s even more shrimp on top!


Carollo’s Little Italy

77 East Main Street, Moorestown
This dish may seem simple, but it packs an Italian punch. With sautéed onions, pancetta and fresh tomatoes, this rigatoni is anything but plain. Plus, it comes with garlic knots!

Maurizio’s Bistro

33 East Main Street, Moorestown
You can trust the chef with this signature dish. Maurizio’s special features sausage, meatballs and bracciolo over a bed of spaghetti with tomato sauce.


Nunzio Ristorante Rustico

706 Haddon Avenue
It may be hard to pronounce, but the Pappardelle al Sugo di Coniglio, topped with braised rabbit meat and a ragu sauce, is worth getting tongue-tied.

Sal and Joe’s Spaghetti and Pizza House

300 South Lenola Road, Maple Shade
Enjoy a hefty serving of pasta with shrimp, hot pepper and Romano cheese swimming in marinara sauce with heavy cream when you order Sal and Joe’s Dolce Vita.




601 Haddon Avenue, Collingswood
Step up your pasta order by adding a bit of lobster and a white-wine tomato cream sauce with the Fettucine al ragu d’astice at Sapori.

Tre Famiglia

403 North Haddon Avenue, Haddonfield
Spice up your Italian side when you dig into the jumbo shrimp doused in spicy marinara sauce that tops Tre Famiglia’s Linguine & Shrimp Diablo dish.

Villa Barone

753 Haddon Avenue, Collingswood
It’s seafood overload in Villa Barone’s Linguini Frutta Di Mare. With mussels, shrimp, clams and calamari over linguini and marinara sauce, this dish has everything.

Café 2825

2825 Atlantic Avenue, Atlantic City
You can’t have Italian food without some homemade cheese. Visit Café 2825 for the table experience (they prep your pasta IN the cheese wheel before serving it), and stay for the great cheese.


9300 Amherst Avenue, Margate
Switch between big bites of crab and swirls of spaghettini when you order Tomatoe’s crab pasta served with your choice of marinara sauce or garlic and oil.

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