Upstart Italian chain Pastagina dishes ‘gourmet fast pasta,’ but shuns pizza

Upstart Italian chain Pastagina dishes ‘gourmet fast pasta,’ but shuns pizza

MONTEREY PARK CALIF. —In the burgeoning niche of fast-casual Italian dining, Los Angeles restaurateur Danilo Terribili sees a less-traveled path: not serving pizza.

He also treads a patented path no competitors may share—that of a quick-service concept featuring imported-from-Italy pasta that’s cooked to order from dry state to finished meal in only three minutes. —In t

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