In addition to its already expansive menu offering more than 500 possible pasta combinations, FIGO Pasta has introduced new menu of seasonal dishes ranging from $2.50 to $3. FIGOttini available include the Caprino with goat cheese, carmelized onions, and apricots, and the Tartufo with mushrooms, asparagus, marsala wine, and truffle oil.

FIGO also has new antipasti like the Fritto Misto di Marea plate of lightly fried fish for just $6, or the Gnudi, “The Naked FIGO”, a combination of traditional Florentine spinach and ricotta dumplings with melted butter and parmigiano reggiano for $5. The restaurant has also added a bunch of Insalate and Panini offerings that bring a new flavorful twist to traditional Italian cooking at an affordable price. To view the complete menu or for directions to one of FIGO Pasta’s eight locations, visit www.FIGOPasta.com.

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.

2 replies on “Figo’s New Menu Items”

  1. I love Figo. I am a regular at the Decatur location. They have the same overview on food that I do, fresh and healthy meals!

  2. I love Figo. I am a regular at the Decatur location. They have the same overview on food that I do, fresh and healthy meals!

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