Baia is now available in many more stores in the South Bay/Peninsula.
You can still get a good selection of our noodles at Zanotto in Willow Glen, Sigona’s in Palo Alto and Whole Foods Cupertino. Since the last couple of weeks, you can find us now also at Gene’s Fine Foods in Saratoga, Whole Foods Los Gatos and The Willows Market in Menlo Park.
If you live in the South Bay, you can now get your favorite pasta closer to your home!
Starting from next week our store in Jack London Square will open also on Thursdays.
The new business hours starting from June 10th will be the following ones:
Wed, Thu, Fri - from 11am to 6pm
Sun from 9.30am to 4pm
Hope to see many of you in the coming days to get your favorite carbs!
Carbone’s Fine Food and Wine, a great Italian restaurant and grocery from Dallas, has begun to sell our pasta!
It is the first retailer to have our pasta in Texas!
Spread the word among your many Texan friends!
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We are introducing this weekend at our store and farmers markets a new spicy cut: the twins “ajo-oio” made with organic semolina, garlic powder and habanero.
Perfect for a quick spicy dinner: you cook the pasta for 8-9 minutes, you simply add olive oil and some fresh basil and you will be eating “ajo-oio” like in a Roman trattoria!
Come to visit us in Jack London Square in the coming days. We will run out of them quickly.
The Sweet Bar Bakery will launch its first Thirsty Thursday with a Mac’n’Cheese dinner made with our pasta on May 16, 7-9 PM.
$14 for our famous mac’n’cheese, plus house salad and a special roasted fruit and mascarpone napoleon: the deal of the year!
The Sweet Bar Bakery team will work on a vegan option with our spelt macs.
A la carte sides include Belcampo merguez sausage, beer, wine and other desserts!
A wide selection of Baia Pasta will be available during the event.
Renato will be attending the event and will give you all the information you need about Baia Pasta plus tips on the best sauces to cook our different shapes of noodles with.
If you want to attend, send your RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Many, many thanks to Amy, Schuyler, Annie and the 7x7 team for the write up.
They have taken a snapshot of the pasta A-team in SF at the moment and included Bob Kline’s Community Grains and John&Anna’s Mattarello, popping up increasingly more often in the city with their Bologna-inspired creation (tortellini anyone?).
Makes us proud and happy that we all are on the same page, with a different focus, all making the same statement: grains are awesome.
Regardless of the shape or the flavor you want to bring home, we have done the best we could to bring you the best artisanal edge on pasta.
Thank you for loving us <3
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In the past month we have toyed with several new flavors in different formats. You can find now two of the best new creative pasta in our store in Jack London Square or on Sunday at the Temescal-Oakland and Cal-Ave Palo Alto farmers markets.
The “Bollywood” Sardinians are enriched with curry and lemon zest powder. They are perfect with braised greens (kale, chard and spinach) and lamb ragu.
The other cut we really liked are the Jalapeño Pac-Macs. We like them with a simple tomato sauce in Italian soffritto.
Come these days to try these new specialties!
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It is in our opinion one of the most beautiful food store with bar and restaurant opened in the region in years. We are proud to announce that the Shed in Healdsburg is featuring a great range of our pasta. Among several types of our semolina pasta it is also the first retailer to have in stock our Kamut™ pasta.
Whenever you are around Sonoma County we recommend you strongly to visit the store.
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Hi y’all! Just a quick note that Sunday March 31st our store in Jack London Square will be closed for the day.
Plans for the day: eating with friends and enjoying a proper Colomba for Pasqua. ^_^