Enjoy the Best Spaghetti Around Aldie

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At the end of a long day, there’s nothing better than enjoying a bowl of spaghetti. Whether you like this comfort food favorite topped with bolognese, carbonara, or meatballs and marinara, several local restaurants serve some of the best renditions in town. The eateries serving spaghetti near our Aldie, VA apartments include:

Tony’s New York Pizza 

When an Italian immigrant decided to open a restaurant in Manassas, Tony’s New York Pizza was born. Tony quickly became known for his delicious food and larger-than-life personality. The restaurant has since grown to include two other locations. They serve some of the best Italian fare in Northern Virginia, and diners always receive fast, friendly service. For dinner, sample the spaghetti and meatballs. Enjoy it with your favorite soda and a slice of chocolate cake for dessert. 

Ciao Osteria 

At Ciao Osteria, Chef Antonio believes you should never underestimate the power of a home-cooked Sicilian meal. He uses the finest ingredients. Chef Antonio prepares to order and enjoys sharing his passion for cooking with his guests. Be sure and sample the spaghetti Nonna. It’s topped with house-made sauce and pairs well with the bruschetta and Caesar salad.  

Cantina D’Italia 

Family-owned since 1993, Cantina D’Italia offers “flavorful dishes to satisfy even the most discerning palates.” Guests enjoy their meals in a warm, cozy setting. The dining room boasts dim lighting, wood accents, and colorful works of art. During your visit, try the spaghetti carbonara. This tasty dish includes bacon, vegetables, and mushrooms in a creamy and delicious sauce. It’s served with bread and salad to round out your meal. 

Before enjoying some spaghetti, spend a fun-filled day exploring the Oatlands Historic House and Gardens just minutes from Aldie. If you would like to call The Elms at Arcola home, please contact us. We will gladly offer a tour, so you can see our vibrant apartment community firsthand. 

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