No one loves pasta quite as much as the Busalacchi family, and they intend to prove it. The Sicilian transplants turned San Diego natives, known for putting San Diego’s Little Italy on the map, are literally cooking up the perfect way to celebrate National Pasta Day on Monday, October 17 ―all you can eat pasta.
Bottomless Bolognese on National Pasta Day
The family will be offering the special at both of their Little Italy hot spots, Barbusa and Nonna, for one day only to show their appreciation for the carb-y creation we all know and love.
At Nonna, guests can order a bottomless bowl of Bolognese Nonna, spaghetti with traditional Sunday sauce, for $16.71, with the option to add meatballs for $3, and at Barbusa, a bottomless bowl of Bolognese Al Forno with baked anelletti, beef and sausage ragu, english peas and tre formaggi from Barbusa for $18.92.
Delicious comfort food all year long
Although the bottomless bowls of bolognese will only be offered on Monday, October 17, pasta lovers are invited to celebrate the delicious comfort food at both restaurants every day of the year. Swing by Barbusa to slurp up the tried and true favorite, Granchio, highlighting spaghettini, majestic blue crab, and the famous Serrano Rossa Sauce, or come to Nonna for the mouthwatering Tortelloni Funghi with cheese tortelloni, crispy prosciutto, mushrooms, truffle oil and cream.
See you there, San Diego!