CONGRATULATIONS TO DANIELLE GLANTZ AND HER BEAUTIFUL PASTA AND WINE SHOP ‘PASTAIO VIA CORTA’

Congratulations to Danielle for the continued success of her fabulous homemade pasta and wine shop. Danielle has a gorgeous new website, with great information on her local sources and the natural, organic wines she carries, with photos by Nubar Alexanian.

Visit Danielle’s website here. 

Message from Danielle ~

Three and a half years ago, I decided to take the biggest risk of my life and open up my shop in a tiny 800 sq. ft. space that was originally a shared space. My cool retro display case broke the first day, half the shapes were extruded and half the shapes were made completely by hand, and I even tried a little tricolore up at the top.

I’ve since refined, worked on my Italian language skills, educated myself more on regional Italian cuisine and family recipes, visited with numerous farmers and artisans here and in Italy, as well as meet and feed some of the most wonderful people in my community.

It’s super exhausting, challenging and tiring. But I love this more than you could ever imagine. Having the opportunity to educate and put real food on your tables has been my life goal. What I’m saying is, holy shit, the store has changed since the beginning, now I’m on Main Street, selling real Italian provisions from @gustiamo and natural wines from @selectionaturel . My importers and I have the same values and views. We work so hard as outcasts to deliver you the real message and passion of the people behind your food and wine.

Updated my website, check it out. I now am not just a pasta shop, but a provisions + natural wine shop too. Wow, to believe I built this with my two hands is not worthy of thanking all the people that helped me along the way….especially my customers – we have created a serious movement, thank you for coming into the shop. The power of the consumer is REAL!

Located at 123 Main Street, Suite 1, in historic downtown Gloucester.

Hours:

Open Wednesday-Sunday  11 AM to 7-ish PM

Closed Monday & Tuesday

The moral of the story is Danielle pretty much lives at the shop. Give us a ring if you’re heading out and you’d like to place your order in advance and/or you think you might miss us.

Contact:  

+1 (978) -868-5005

pastaioviacorta@gmail.com

GIF of Danielle @Pastaio via Corta making pasta is insanely calming

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Way more soothing and satisfying than those viral mixing paint and DIY slime videos, right?

I mean, you can eat these. Pastaio via Corta, case was nearly sold out this Saturday

 

BOSTON GLOBE: GLOUCESTER’S PASTAIO VIA CORTA DANIELLE GLANTZ!!

Congratulations to Danielle for the terrific article in the Boston Globe. We’re so fortunate to have Danielle and her amazing pasta (and other deliciousness) shop!!

Danielle Glantz makes pasta in 10 to 12 shapes each day at her shop, Pastaio Via Corta, in Gloucester. PHOTO BY JINTARA NUTPRASAS

BEAUTIFUL GIFTS FROM DANIELLE AT PASTAIO VIA CORTA

pastaio-via-corta-gloucester-ma-copyright-kim-smithAre you looking for a special gift for a friend or loved one? Look no further! Danielle at Pastaio Via Corta is making exquisite gift baskets filled with her fabulous homemade pastas and delicious olive oils, tomatoes, and more. While there stock up on her hand made cheeses, spiced olive mixes, fresh pasta, and if you are lucky, you may catch her when she is making her to-die-for ravioli!pastaio-via-corta-gloucester-ma-3-copyright-kim-smith

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MORE DELICIOUSNESS FROM DANIELLE GLANTZ AT THE JINTARA NUTPRASAS GALLERY EVENT

danielle-glantz-jintara-nutprasa-copyright-kim-smithDanielle served a fabulous array of snacks and treats at Friday evening’s Jintara Nutprasas gallery event. They were so super delicious, I stopped back today and picked up a bag of provisions to bring to a friend on the mend. In addition to her beautiful selection of pastas, You Must Try Danielle’s homemade cheeses, made fresh every Friday, and handmade salami. What did we do on Cape Ann before Danielle opened her friendly doors? Pastaio Via Corta is located at 11 Center Street in Gloucester. Visit Danielle’s website here.

CHECK OUT DANIELLE GLANTZ FROM PASTAIO VIA CORTA DOING GREAT THINGS

Danielle was recently featured in this month’s food issue of Northshore Magazine, available on newsstands now. She is also providing the snacks and Prosecco for the photo opening of Jintara Nutprasas on Friday, October 21st from 5-9pm.

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HATS OFF TO NICOLE BOGIN, GLOUCESTER FISHERMAN’S WIVES ASSOCIATION, AND THE CAPE ANN FARMER’S MARKET!!

A wonderful celebration of locally caught fish and fisherman, local produce and farmers, and top notch local chefs

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Mayor Sefatia teaching Lt. Governor Karyn Polito about Sicilian eggplant, with Angela Sanfilippo

Who Fishes Matters

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Cape Ann Farmer’s Market and Seafood Throwdown and last night’s competition did not disappoint. Local chefs Eric Lorden, owner of Passports Restaurant, and Danielle Glantz of Pastaio Via Corta joined forces (dubbing themselves the Center Street Chefs) to compete against David Gauvin of Addison Gilbert Hospital and Todd Shopkowski of SnapChef.

The mystery fish, revealed moments before the competition began, was caught by Al Cottone, Captain of the Sabrina Maria. Fresh, whole, beautiful and fabulous whiting, alternately named Silver Hake, was presented to the chefs and off they went through the market shopping for farm fresh local ingredients. With only fifteen minutes to shop and an hour to prepare, the race was on!

Celebrity and very special guests included Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, Representative Ann Margaret Ferrante, Gloucester Fisherman’s Wives Association President Angela Sanfilippo, former Gloucester Mayor Carolyn Kirk (now the Deputy Secretary of the Massachusetts Executive Office), lobsterman Mark Ring, author and Gloucester Times food writer Heather Atwood, and Maria and Sal DiStefano. DSCF0277

DSCF0247Throwdown Judges 

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Judge Beatrix Brosnihan and Lara Lepionka

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Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito and Carolyn Kirk
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