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Exterior of the restaurant in downtown Portland's Studio Building in 2019
Pastini (formerly Pastini Pastaria) is a chain of Italian restaurants in the U.S. state of Oregon. There are eight restaurants, as of 2017. In 2018, the company was among the largest in Oregon owned by women, with approximately 300 employees, according to Portland Business Journal.
History and locations
In September 2020, Pastini supplied food to the Lyons Fire Department during the Santiam Fire and donated proceeds from each meal served at restaurants to the Red Cross Cascades Fire fund.
The Bashels and Hale opened the first restaurant near the Lloyd Center in 2001. Five more restaurants were opened in Portland within six years. One of the Portland restaurants is housed on the ground level of the Studio Building, near Director Park in downtown. The restaurant installed a 23.5-foot (7.2 m) sign on the Studio Building's exterior. During a remodel, the restaurant learned some of the Guild Theatre's restrooms were "technically in its space".
In December 2020, Bashel represented Pastini in the Rose City Downtown Collective, a coalition of business seeking to revitalize the city center following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bend and Corvallis
Pastini has been included in guides published by Fodor's in 2008, and 2010, and 2011. In her 2011 book Fun with the Family Oregon: Hundreds of Ideas for Day Trips with the Kids, Sarah Pagliasotti said Pastini offered "inexpensive and elegant pasta that's a perennial family favorite". Pastini won first place in the Best Italian category of the Daily Emerald's "Best of Campus" 2020 edition, which said, "This bistro chain is the perfect place to get a classic taste of the Italian food you’re craving with a fun modern twist, both in the ambiance and the flavors. Pastini has a wide range of contemporary plates and appetizers to satisfy whatever genre of noodle you’re hoping for."
- List of companies based in Oregon
- List of Italian restaurants
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- Portland. Fodor's Travel Publications. 2008-07-01. ISBN 978-1-4000-0748-6. Search this book on
- Portland. Fodor's Travel Publications. 2010. ISBN 978-1-4000-0454-6. Search this book on
- Moker, Molly (2011). Fodor's Oregon. Fodor's Travel Publications. ISBN 978-1-4000-0511-6. Search this book on
- Pagliasotti, Sarah (2011-07-05). Fun with the Family Oregon: Hundreds of Ideas for Day Trips with the Kids. Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN 978-0-7627-6924-7. Search this book on
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