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Le Cowboy is a semi-permanent pop-up in the former Eastside Cafe space on Manor serving some of the best pasta in town. Helmed by a former chef of Olamaie and Carpenters Hall, Le Cowboy’s menu features a few simple but thoughtful pastas, like a cavatelli with broccoli rabe, ricotta tortelloni with walnut pesto, and orecchiette with a sausage ragu. The pasta here is hearty and clearly handmade - intentionally full of crags and imperfections - making it optimal for takeout, but also incredibly delicious.
Taking up residence in the former Eastside Cafe space on Manor, Le Cowboy has been operating as a pop-up restaurant for about five months now. And while their time is sadly coming to an end in a few short weeks, we’re squeezing as many meals as we can out of their remaining days. On Mondays, they’re open exclusively for takeout. And in addition to their usual menu of handmade pastas and salads they do their “Le Parm” dinner - a massive serving of chicken parmigiana that “serves 2-3” - which almost feels like more of a challenge than a suggestion. It’s also served with a (large) side of pasta and one of the best Caesar salads that we’ve had in recent memory.
Taking over the former Eastside Cafe space on Manor, Le Cowboy is a semi-permanent pop-up, open for dinner on weekdays through the end of the January. Helmed by a former chef of Olamaie and Carpenters Hall, Le Cowboy’s menu features a small selection of pastas, like ricotta tortelloni with walnut pesto and orecchiette with sausage ragu, as well as a few smaller plates like a chicory salad. On Mondays they’re open takeout only, with orders placed on their website. Tuesday through Friday they’re open for dine-in on their BYO patio (with reservations).