A new name in Italian food has descended at Station Casinos’ locations: Pasta Cucina. The new Italian restaurant concept recently debuted at Sunset Station, Palace Station and Aliante Station, and two more Pasta Cucina restaurants are expected to open in Texas Station and Boulder Station throughout the fall. Pasta Cucina, a new casual Italian restaurant concept created, owned and operated by Station Casinos, will take over the space previously held by other Station Casinos-owned Italian restaurants at each property. That includes Il Vino at Aliante Station, the restaurant whose menu served as the inspiration for Pasta Cucina.
A consistent menu of traditional Italian dishes, with entrees reasonably priced from $10 to $20, will be offered across the locations.
- Appetizers and Salads:
- Caprese croutons with fresh mozzarella, chilled oven roasted tomato and fresh balsamic syrup, served on garlic croutons ($7.99)
- Calamari fritti served with marinara sauce and hot vinegar peppers ($8.99)
- Insalata Italiana with salami, mozzarella cheese, artichokes, sundried tomatoes and garbanzo beans, fresh tomato, olives, basil, roasted red pepper with crispy lettuce and red wine vinaigrette ($9.99)
- Chicken or eggplant Parmesan ($12.99/$10.99)
- Veal scaloppini with tender medallions sautéed and drizzled with white wine mushroom sauce ($16.99)
- Linguini and clams in a light seafood broth ($12.99)
- Stone oven pizzas with thin crust such as spinach and artichoke, margherita or made your way (starting at $9.99)
- Lasagna with layers of beef and sausage in between thin pasta and ricotta cheese then baked with marinara and mozzarella ($10.99)
- Spaghetti Bolognese ($11.99)
- Chicken Cannelloni with spinach and ricotta cheese rolled into crepes and baked with a garlic cream sauce and cheeses ($11.99)
- Seafood linguini with shrimp, clams, mussels, calamari and salmon ($15.99)