Spaghetti

People who care nothing about Italian food know spaghetti. It is the iconic Italian-American dish – long, thin, round noodles boiled until soft, then covered with red sauce and maybe sharing a plate with meatballs or sausage. Italian variations abound, including Bolognese (with meat in the sauce), alla puttanesca (in the manner of a whore, i.e salty and spicy), and alla vongole (with clams). Several unique regional spaghetti dishes owe their pasta to Italy but are otherwise very American. These include Memphis BBQ spaghetti, which uses BBQ sauce in lieu of marinara; Creole spaghetti bordelaise that adds butter, wine, and herbs to spaghetti aglio e olio; and Cincinnati 5-way chili, which rests on a bed of well-cooked spaghetti.

Restaurants With This Dish

Roseland Apizza - Shrimp Oreganate Pizza
Roseland Apizza

DERBY, CT

Catfish fillets with greens, dressing, and mac & cheese on a square plate ... Detroit soul
Detroit Soul

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

Louis Original

KNOXVILLE, TN

Cozy Corner - BBQ Cornish Hen
Cozy Corner

MEMPHIS, TN

Blue Dolphin Ristorante - Ziti Blue Dolphin
Blue Dolphin Ristorante

KATONAH, NY

Ed’s Fish & Pizza House

NASHVILLE, TN

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