Sydney will get a new type of venue in the CBD in just over a month.
The team behind Ragazzi, Love, Tilly Devine and Dear Sainte Eloise will launch Fabbrica Pasta Shop on 161 King Street come September.
The venue will sell pasta by the gram, sauces and breads teamed with house-made sausages, Italian cheeses and house-cured guanciale.
Fabbrica will also function as a hub for pantry staples such as biodynamic eggs, olive oils, flours, anchovies, semolina and tinned tomatoes as well as seasonal fresh produce.
While there will be some pasta staples, chef and co-owner Scott McComas-Williams says the offering will shift, with spaghetti, rigatoni and pici all set to make an appearance.
“Like the menu at Ragazzi, the shape of the offering will constantly change with the seasons or the restless moods of the chefs making them,” he says.
The venue will also have a small menu, including a daily sandwich and baked pasta option.
Customers who are fans of minimal-intervention wines will be able to buy a bottle to take home and there will also be a wine by the glass offering once the venue’s licence receives approval.
Fabbrica will open in late September, with plans to host pasta, wine and baking classes in the future, too.
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