Budget-Friendly Dining: Gerardo’s Restaurant & Pizzeria Wednesday Pasta Night


For $8.95 on Wednesdays (that’s tonight) you can have a pasta, salad and bread. Millions of choices of pasta, listed after the jump.

The 411 on Gerardo’s.
Giuseppe – Ricotta tomato basil sauce
Pesto Genovese – Basil pine nuts garlic olive oil
Pomodoro – Fresco and Basil
Tonno – Tuna, onion and fresh tomato
Gorgonzola & Mushroom Cream
Puttanesca – Capers, olives, anchovies and fresh tomato sauce
Portobello – fresh tomato sauce
Royal – Chicken, chipped fresh tomato in a pink sauce
Nonna – Ham, peas and cream
Piacentine – Peas, meat sauce and a touch of cream
Atomico – Prosciutto, salmon, hot cherry pepper in a light marinara sauce
Pagliaccio – Grilled chicken, roasted peppers, peas and vodka sauce
Della Casa – Sausage, spinach, melted mozzarella and tomato sauce
Trapanese – Eggplant, fresh tomato and basil
Santa Lucia – Chicken, peas, shitake scallions and cream sauce
Pavarotti – Grilled chicken, broccoli, beans, roasted peppers in a marinara sauce
Terra & Mare – Shrimp, grilled chicken, mushrooms, broccoli in a pink sauce
Everett – Shrimp, kalamata olives, spinach, chopped tomato, garlic and oil
Stefano – Mussels, broccoli rabe, roasted peppers, garlic and oil
Nova Scotia – Salmon, peas, roasted peppers and cream
Dorian – Shrimp, eggplant, roasted peppers in a marinara sauce
Chaplin – Shrimp, asparagus, mushroom, fresh tomato, garlic and oil
Parmesan – Sausage, onions and a cream sauce
Louisiana – Shrimp, fresh tomato, garlic, oil and hot pepper flakes
Matriciana – Bacon, prosciutto and onions in a marinara sauce

Penne • Rigatoni • Linguine • Tagliatelle • Spaghetti • Farfalle • Ziti • Fusilli
No Discounts Coupons, No Substitutions, Dining Room Service Only


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Liz Johnson is content strategist for The Journal News and lohud.com, and the founding editor of lohudfood, formerly know as Small Bites. As food editor, she won awards from the New York News Publishers Association, the Association of Food Journalists and the Associated Press. She lives in Nyack with her husband and daughter on a tiny suburban lot they call their farm — with fruit trees, an herb garden, and a yardful of lettuce, tomatoes, onions, shallots, cucumbers, zucchini, radishes, cabbage, peppers, Brussels sprouts and carrots and four big blueberry bushes.

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