Sunday, May 22, 2016

PASCOLO BRINGS DELIGHTFUL ITALIAN FOOD TO CHRUCH STREET IN BURLINGTON, VERMONT

Enjoy dinner with a view of Pascola's busy kitchen.
Fried mozzarella
Rigatoni bolognese
Wine flight
Pascolo in Burlington, Vermont has quickly become one of my favorite dinnertime spots on Church Street. This Italian restaurant specializes in homemade pastas and Neapolitan style pizza that's made in their wood fired oven. 

Start off dinner with one of their wine flights. Customers can sample three wines for just $10. Their full bar is packed with Vermont beers, like Fiddlehead, Burlington Beer Company and Lost Nation Rustic Ale. There are also plenty of bottles and cans to choose from like the Citizen Cider and Alchemist's Heady Topper and Focal Banger. They also have a maple breakfast stout, which sounds delicious. 

Start of dinner with one of their apps including Caesar salad, tomato cream soup, mussels, and calamari. Eat Up NE highly recommends their fried mozzarella. It's served with tomato sauce and is soooo good.

For dinner, pick your pasta! Choose from gnocchi, spaghetti, rigatoni, pappardelle and tortellini. I love their rigatoni bolognese. Other entrees include grilled salmon, grilled scallops, along with chicken and eggplant parms. Pascolo also has a bunch of pizzas on their menu like wood fried mushroom and wood fried shrimp. Diners can also make their own pizzas with a choice of toppings.

Pascolo offers typical Italian desserts like tiramisu, cannoli and homemade biscotti.  They also have house made gelato (chocolate, vanilla, pistachio, espresso) and gelato sundaes.

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