Spaghetti is great, but if you’re on the run, eating it can be a hassle. If only there was a convenient medium for serving up the classic Italian pasta dish. Oh hey, there’s Spaghetti Incident.
The NYC-based restaurant is known for throwing all its pastas into convenient cones patrons can carry around. Specializing in long pasta, the restaurant’s offerings include nine types of pasta dishes.
Drawing inspiration from the way Italians served street food at festivals in the ’50s, an extensive search for spill-proof material was conducted until the perfect cone was made.
The price of each cone ranges anywhere from $9-12, with more expensive pasta a little extra.
Definitely need to swing by next time we’re in the area.