All Italian wine aficionados will be able to enjoy our pasta cooked by master chef Rudy Duran from C’Era Una Volta at the great Slow Wine Event scheduled on Monday Feb 4th at the Terra Gallery in SOMA.
Hope to see you many of you there!
This week we’re loading another pallet to be shipped to Japan.
What else can we say? We’re stoked to be loved even overseas…
Baia Pasta will be part of the Indie Canteen this upcoming Monday. It’s an event parallel to the Fancy Food Show so, as the flyer says, “show your Fancy Food Show badge or RSVP to RSVP@smallbatchamerica.com”.
We’re excited to have been chosen among all the great artisans around the Bay Area and we’ll be sampling our Mac’n’Cheese… (we’ll make it extra delicious)
So get your appetite going, here’s the full flyer with all the vendors. Great stuff. Fun!
Plenty of sampling from us and others vendors as well.
Kick in 2013 with us at Williams Sonoma. Don’ miss it.
It took some time to perfect our recipe (and to gather all the ingredients), but we are proud to announce that the yellow corn and rice accordions are finally back! You can find them in our store and in our stall at farmers markets (Sunday at Temescal in Oakland and at California Avenue in Palo Alto).
It is the perfect product for all those who want to eat less gluten.
Please note: this pasta is not for celiacs as it is produced in the same facility where we manufacture all durum-wheat and spelt based noodles.
In the coming weeks we will start posting some of our opinions and some facts about this gluten-free craze.
For the moment, though, we are happy to be able to offer this pasta.
Also - very important- our mac&cheese will be back this Sunday morning for our customers in Jack London Square.
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It is becoming way easier for food lovers in Los Angeles to get our pasta.
Now you can also find Baia Pasta on the shelves of the following retail stores:
The Oaks Gourmet - 1915 N Bronson Ave - Hollywood
Wally’s Wine & Spirits - 2107 Westwood Blvd - West LA
Monsieur Marcel - 6333 W Third - Fairfax Market
Heath Ceramics - 7525 Beverly Blvd - West Hollywood
Erewhon Natural Foods - 7660 Beverly Blvd - West Hollywood
And finally in Claremont(CA)
Cheese Cave - 325 N Yale Ave
Hope you can visit one of these stores soon!
You can find the updated list of the stores carrying our pasta by clicking on the “Where To Find Us” button in our home page
We will be back this weekend in Palo Alto, at the Sunday farmer’s market in California Avenue. You can also buy our pasta on Sundays at the Temescal and Jack London Square markets in Oakland.
We have prepared several new specials for the markets: mini-macs with carob and carrots, accordions with curry and lemon (they are flying off our shelves here in Oakland) and kamut® ringlets just for Sunday 9th.
We are also looking for pasta lovers interested in helping us sell at the Palo Alto Farmers Market. If you are interested or have friends there, please let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org).
On Sunday 16th we’ll host a cash mob in our store in Jack London Square from 10 am to 3 pm.
It’s simple as this: spend $20+ and you get a raffle ticket.
At the end of the day we’ll award 20 more baskets loaded with products from our neighboring businesses.
Plenty of Baia Pasta Holiday Baskets as well to choose from.
Make sure to mention that you’re there for the Cash Mob.
We’ll also host John and Anna from Mattarello for a fresh pasta pop-up for the day.
Mattarello, an artisanal pastificio in San Francisco, combines traditional Italian pasta-making techniques with locally sourced ingredients to produce high-quality pastas and sauces. Like Baia Pasta, they are committed to using the best ingredients available in the Bay Area and to the superior quality of their products. They uses local flour and pasture-raised eggs to produce pasta in the traditional Bolognese style (“la sfoglia”). They use D.O.P. San Marzano tomatoes and local pasture-raised meats for our sauces. Mattarello pastas and sauces are lovingly made by hand.
They’ll have limited quantities of their tagliatelle, fettuccine and pappardelle so you can also pre-order here.
John and Anna will bring also their awesome sauces and warm focaccia ($3/slice).
If you pre-order, make sure you’ll be able to pick-up and pay on Dec 16th as they’ll be there only that day.
We have started to sell our pasta via Good Eggs. They’ve got the right idea, to funnel into a single network your tasty grocery needs and to boost all the small food artisans that make the Bay Area a “YAY” area…
You can buy one-time orders of all our pastas (you select durum wheat semolina or specialty grains) and standing orders (monthly subscriptions) up to 3 pounds of pasta.
For now we are only using the Good Eggs HQ (Hampshire and Mariposa) as a pickup spot and we have also been included in a “SF delivery” plan (currently being tested, with direct delivery to your door).
As soon as we understand the demand and work around the deliveries, we’ll extend the pickup spots to other areas of SF and the Bay Area.
For now, deliveries are on Wednesdays.
Look at us here, I so needed a haircut ^_^
We’ve been busy like ferrets here at Baia Pasta recently. So much pasta to produce, so much energy spent into moving next door etc etc…
But we haven’t forgot that Christmas is just a month away ^_^
So we’ve put together a selection of our pastas and goodies from our artisans friends and created a variety of baskets with different prices and looks…
We’re sure you’ll find one that suits you: it’s like choosing the perfect pumpkin in a patch. And they all come with a little discount too, just because…
Also, wanna make your own basket? Let Veronica know at email@example.com by December 12th and we’ll have your baskets ready by Dec 20th, just in time for Santa to deliver.
We’ll have the first sets ready this Friday. We’ll keep the store open until late while the Christmas tree in Jack Londons Square gets lit for the Holidays. YAY!