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Spaghetto Launches Curbside Pickup and Delivery in Davie

We're all busy these days.

Between work, school, kids, bills, and all the annoying time-consuming details of life in general, most of us are looking to squeeze as much extra time as we can out of day.

As lazy as it sounds, taking the time to go into a restaurant to pick up food on the way home from work can seem like a huge pain.

Spaghetto in Davie is now assisting in our laziness (and lack of time) with a new curbside pickup and delivery service.

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The Davie pasta place began offering both the delivery and curbside pickup earlier this month as a convenience for customers.

"We are located in a busy shopping center, and I noticed that many nearby restaurants have drive-through," says co-owner Felicita Mazza. "When it is lunch or dinnertime, there are lines of cars placing orders. We know that people are tired or they have children in the car. That's when we realized that our customers would love curb side pickup. This is a big convenience."

At the same time, the restaurant started offering delivery through Prime Takeout to Davie, Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, Cooper City, and Southwest Ranches.

Originally from Rome, Italy, Mazzas and her husband, Francesco, offer 13 home-style Italian pastas, made at the Mazzas' own commissary kitchen, and a large variety of freshly prepared, authentic sauces.

The restaurant is known for its quick service, with most customers being able to get in and out within 15 minutes.

Spaghetto offers a choice of six traditional pastas, seven premium pastas, and nine sauces.

Its pasta can be found on cruise ships, airlines, and restaurants across South Florida. There are several Spaghetto locations across Miami-Dade and Broward counties.

Spaghetto is located at located at 1910 S. University Drive in Davie. To order, call 954-514-7233, or visit

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