Marc Vetri’s Fiorella, a 14-seat, walk-in only pasta bar that recently opened at 817 Christian St., will now offer takeout during Philadelphia’s “stay at home” order.
To combat the spread of coronavirus, restaurants’ dining rooms are closed and ordering food via walk-in is prohibited, but placing takeout orders by phone or online is allowed.
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Vetri posted the announcement about Fiorella to his Instagram on Wednesday, stating that beginning Thursday, March 26, orders can be placed online starting at 10 a.m. for pickup between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
“To control crowds we are asking you to wait outside and just let our team know your ticket number so we can get your order and bring it out to you,” the post reads.
Four items are available by the pound for takeout from the Italian Market restaurant.
• Rigatoni ($12 per pound)
• Tonnarelli ($12 per pound)
• Fiorella sausage ragu ($15 per pint)
• Cacio/pepe sauce ($10 per cup)
Vetri also shared on Instagram that he will post videos Thursday on how best to cook the pasta and sauce.