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November 30th, 1999 12:00 am Ian Gillingham | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2008


The slightly goofy name notwithstanding, there are a few non-pasta choices here, such as the reliable panini specials ($7-$9 range). But Justa Pasta’s genesis as a Hood River pastamaker and restaurant supplier is still very much in evidence; its ravioli, especially the chicken-sausage with garlic chili oil ($8.40 small, $9.95 “regular”), have a devoted local following. The dining experience is similarly no-nonsense—order at the counter, pick your own wine from a well-priced rack—but once the pasta arrives, there’s plenty of reason to slow down and savor. (IG)

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