5 restaurants in Las Vegas for beautiful pasta

Pasta Shop Ristorante & Art Gallery

It’s right there in the name, and that’s because what Pasta Shop serves is made in-house — and sold to numerous other restaurants in the valley. Among the specialties is Ravioli Bianca, cheese ravioli with browned butter, fresh basil, tomatoes and toasted pistachio nuts.

2525 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway, Henderson, 702-451-1893,

Pasta Mia West

“Old world Italian Pasta” is the specialty here, and various types, with various sauces, are available. For example, you can get ol’ familiar linguine with fresh clams, but you can also get it with fresh mussels.

4455 W. Flamingo Road, 702-251-8871,

Casa di Amore

Speaking of old world: If Old Vegas is your style, you’ll find it at Casa di Amore, “Vegas the way it used to be.” You’ll also find plenty of pastas, including 1-pound pasta bowls in eight varieties, plus gluten-free.

2850 E. Tropicana Ave., 702-433-4967,

Nora’s Italian Cuisine

The venerable Nora’s, which operated in the same location for 30 years before moving down the street in 2016, serves numerous pasta creations that include pappardelle with wild boar Bolognese, if you’re looking for a change from the usual spaghetti and meatballs.

5780 W. Flamingo Road, 702-873-8990,

Spaghetty Western

A listing of about two dozen pasta dishes — including some you won’t find just anywhere, like speck — distinguish this strip-center spot. And you can choose from about a dozen cuts and styles, such as lobster or butternut squash ravioli.

10690 Southern Highlands Parkway, 702-834-4611,

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