February 7th is known as National Fettuccine Alfredo Day. Honestly, we should just celebrate this holiday all week long. Here's the top places to order this classic dish in Central New York. 

National Fettuccine Alfredo Day is observed annually on February 7th to honor Alfredo di Lelio, an Italian restaurateur, who created the famous dish back in 1908. The dish came into existence after his son was born back in 1908:

After his wife had given birth to their first son that year, she did not have an appetite.  To help encourage her to eat, he created a dish of noodles, cheese and butter.   She liked the dish so much that she thought he should put it on the menu at his small restaurant in Rome.  Everyone around the world has been enjoying this dish ever since."

Today, it is one of the most popular pasta dishes here in Central New York and beyond. Here's the top places to place your order at.

1) Ventura’s Restaurant of Utica

In Utica, you can enjoy this world class dish at Ventura's for $16. They make it homemade fettuccine simmered in a light white cheese sauce.


2) Spaghetti Kettle of Clinton

For $15, and a trip to Clinton, you can score this classic dish from the Spaghetti Kettle. The Kettle has been in business for over 30 years, and they are truly a Central New York classic.


3) Luiguis Italian of Rome

For over 40 years, Luiguis of Rome has been serving up amazing fettuccine alfredo. Some call this dish choice the perfect choice for lovers of this classic.


4) Spaghetti Factory of Verona Beach

While enjoying the beautiful sights of Verona Beach, enjoy the classic Italian dishes as well from the Spaghetti Factory.

5) Garramone’s Restaurant of Forestport

The fine folks of the North Country are no stranger to amazing Italian food too. While driving up North, make a stop at Garramone's for the fettuccine alfredo.


6) Joey’s Classic Italian Dining of Syracuse

Take the trip to Syracuse and chow down on amazing favorites at Joey's. Joey's Restaurant has been serving delicious Italian food and warm hospitality to the CNY community since 1982.




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