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Auntie Pastas

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211 Old Tyler Rd
Nacogdoches, TX 75961
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(936) 569-2171
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My girlfriend and I enjoy going to Auntie Pasta's. There is a nice ambiance to the place and it isn't that expensive. We went the other day just to go to the bar and the happy hou...

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Great Food and Place to Take a Date 8/20/2009

My girlfriend and I enjoy going to Auntie Pasta's. There is a nice ambiance to the place and it isn't that expensive. We went the other day just to go to the bar and the happy hour prices were decent and they offered us a piece of cheese pizza! A free piece of pizza! That was awesome, being a college student anything to help me save money! Pros: Affordable Date Spot Cons: Sometimes there is a wait more

Wonderful Alterative to Typical Italian 9/4/2007

Aside from the unique location and industrial ambiance Auntie Pasta's offers an interesting selection of classic italian dishes done well sprinkled in with some rather creative Tex-Italian evoloutions like the Italian Nachos. My wife and I have dined here many time in the past and have never been disapointed. From the light more lunch type items to a full fledged dinner with apetizers and dessert, you will not be dissapointed either in quality or in portion size. For most of their dinner entres we find that dinner ends with a take home box full of food. Also if your taste enjoys fruity cocktails, my wife reccomends their version of the Bellini. Pros: Consitant good food and unique location great atomosphere Cons: Nacogdoches is a college town so there can be a litte wait when school is in session more
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  • Traditional Italian cuisine includes 10-layer lasagna, made-from-scratch sauces, oven-baked sandwiches and handmade pizzas served in a historic setting.

  • 10/4/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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