Take-Out Tip of the Day: Carbonara to Take Home (Quickly) from Pasta Sisters

A daily dining idea when you can only eat in
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • May 15, 2020
The carbs keep coming. The Pasta Sisters truck, a beloved lunch option for office workers—including the Los Angeles magazine staff—isn’t currently in operation, but you can still grab its excellent noodles from the original Mid-City store on Pico...
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