Volturno To Offer Monthly Pasta Classes

FRAMINGHAM – Having opened in Framingham a little more than three months ago with lunch and dinner service, Volturno now is bringing its popular pasta-making classes from its Worcester location to Framingham on a monthly basis.

With sold out classes at the Worcester location, owner Greg Califano is excited to offer another opportunity for diners to learn tips and tricks of the trade.

Taking place on the first Wednesday of the month and kicking off February 7, each class focuses on a different type of pasta and is capped at 20 to emphasize the intimacy of Italian cooking & cuisine.

All attendees will be provided with their own station and hand-cranked machine for an immersive lesson in handmade pasta.

Over the course of the evening, attendees will learn how to to make pasta from scratch, enjoy antipasti with wine pairings, and come full circle by dining on the dish each has made.

The cost is $80 to $100 per person.


To register, visit volturnopasta.eventbrite.com


The first class is February 7 from 6 to 8;30 p.m. Subsequent classes will be the first Wednesday monthly.


A family-run neighborhood Italian restaurant, Volturno is among the first in Massachusetts to serve authentic Neapolitan pizza as recognized by the Associazione Pizzaiuoili Napoletani. Steeped in 200 years of tradition,each and every pizza is made following strict regional guidelines and techniques for hand-kneaded and -formed pies cooked in wood burning ovens. Driven by a passion for food and wine, Volturno utilizes an extensive network of local purveyors to find the highest quality fresh & seasonal ingredients. Located at 72 Shrewsbury Street in Worcester and 1 Edgell Road in Framingham, more information can be found at http://volturnopizza.com/.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: editor@FraminghamSource.com Phone: 508-315-7176

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