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Last year I fell in love with Italianette, which sadly closed when the Fulton Galley food hall shuttered after only seven months. It left a pasta-shaped hole in my heart - one I didn’t realize I’d been trying to fill until I ordered from Flour Power. And while this carryout-only West Town spot isn’t quite the same, the short menu of handmade pastas is all I could ever want when I need a pasta pick-me-up. Just plan ahead: they’re only open Thursdays through Saturdays and release that day’s menu at 8am.
You don’t order from Flour Power because you’re craving a specific pasta, you order from here when you want something a little different, but still delicious. This place has a short menu of handmade pastas, which get announced at 8am each morning. The day we ordered, they had cheddar and ricotta-filled tortellini with broccoli, lumache with eggplant, tomato, and basil, and paccheri with meatballs and kale. Of course, we ordered all three. We liked each one, but if we had to pick a favorite it would be the tortellini. Mainly because it reminded us of an excellent version of Panera’s broccoli and cheese soup in a bread bowl. Yes, you read that right.