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About Pasta Pasta
Welcome to Pasta Pasta in the historic water town of Port Jefferson. Pasta Pasta in its 20th year in business has become one of the premier restaurants on the North Shore. More than just PASTA; executive Chef Steven Sands and his talented staff offer a diverse menu featuring chicken, steak the freshest fish available and of course our innovative pastas and pizza. Decorated in the casual and comfortable style of a Tuscan villa, the dining rooms boast light wood accents, vases filled with fresh flowers, candle-lit tables, antique mirrors, framed art prints and gracefully draped curtains.
Port Jefferson, NY 11777
Italian, Contemporary American, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday 11:30am-4:00pm, Dinner: Monday - Thursday 4:30pm-9:00pm, Friday - Saturday 4:30pm-10:00pm,
Sunday Brunch 12pm-3pm, Sunday dinner 2pm-9pm
Times change seasonally
Rt 112 (Main Street)
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Think of us for all your special occasions. Showers, Birthdays, Retirements, Holiday parties, Family get togethers. Any Occasion. Our party room holds up to 60 Guests.
We also have a large selection of Party Platters and Hot Food for your home catering needs. Check our website or call us for all your catering needs.
Parking on the street or lots around town. Allow extra time for parking.
Private Party Facilities:
Our rooms hold up to 60 guests. No Friday or Saturday nights.
Private Party Contact:
Manager: (631) 331-5335
Banquet, Beer, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We offer a three course $24.95 priced fixed lunch Mon - Sat
and a three course $27.95 early price fixed Dinner Mon - Fri 4:30 to 6:00, Sat 4:30 - 5:30 and Sunday 2 - 5
Monday nights we offer a $69.99 three course dinner for two including a bottle of wine
includes two appetizer's, two entrée's, two desserts, one bottle of wine
Pasta Pasta Ratings and Reviews
We always enjoy going to here. I have that our last two visits service wasn’t that great. They don’t seem to have enough wait staff. I thought maybe our last visit they had wait staffcall in and maybe that was why they were under staffed but after this visit I’m not sure that is the case. My husband didn’t get his soup and perhaps if our waiter checked in with us sooner he could of gotten it in time before our entree. So I’m hoping his isn’t the norm for them.
The food was average and we eat Italian often. The service was very slow. I don’t mind waiting for freshly prepared food but others around us got their food quicker. I think they forgot our order cause when I finally asked for the food it came right out. The bus staff was very attentive but the food service was not.
Went on a Sunday afternoon with my wife and son. They had the options of brunch, lunch or dinner! The dinner menu offers a pay one price that includes an appetizer, main course and a dessert for $29.95....a very good value for the food we received. We had a nice bottle of wine with a very delicious meal. Would definitely recommend.
Books table in advance got their 15 minutes early. Table was packed between to other tables. Specifically wrote date on the reservation. Zero percent privacy on a reserved table. That table was the “we are busy tonight squeeze in an extra” table. That should not have been the table offered to us on a reservation. We opted against table and waited additional 45 mins.
Read the notes on the reservation, plan accordingly and make sure the best tables are reserved for customers who reserve early on special occasions.
Other then that, food service was great.
2 of the 3 dishes were very good. Service was completely ambivalent right from the hostess to the server to the way the food was ultimately served. Hostess was chewing gum and completely dismissive in her greeting.
We come to Pasta Pasta for two favorite dishes. While 2 of 3 of the dishes were very good the attention to the customer was very lacking.
As a former restaurateur one of my golden rules was never to have a bus boy or runner from the kitchen serve the dishes. The "who gets the ABC dish" is not part of a premium dining experience.
Restaurants rely in repeat business and reputation. Be wary of the scenario that has you losing one customer at a time. Eventually it adds up.
First time my husband and I went here it was great.
This time not so much, food was ok wine was very good selection.
Waitress was a bit off hard to explain, it was the last seating at 9pm maybe she was tired.
We needed a wine glass switched out and asked the hostess if she could help us and answered with a loud "HUH"? My girlfriend had to ask "do you work here"? She said yes asked her again nevervsaw the glass after that and next time we saw her a few minutes later she was sitting off the dining room tucking it up with other employees quite loudly disturbing our meal.
I know it's the end of the night but the prices are the same no matter what time it is therefore the service food and ambiance should also be consistent,
We had the pleasure of going for dinner during Long Island Restaurant Week. The service was excellent and the food was top notch. They didn’t skimp on the special menu. I was not crazy about my entree which was pumpkin ravioli. That was just my taste buds, not the fault of the chef! My husband enjoyed his dish of rigatoni, chicken, mushrooms and prosciutto. The bread was outrageous! We even had two loaves! Our appetizers were extraordinary: calamari with a wonderful wasabi sauce and a spinach salad with apples and scallops. We shared both and enjoyed them immensely. We have been to Pasta Pasta for other special occasions and Restaurant Week was just as sumptuous!
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