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Giulia Will Soon Give Pasta Lovers Reason to Rejoice

Photo: Rachel Leah Blumenthal

Construction appears to be nearly complete at Giulia, the pasta-focused Italian restaurant originally slated to open last month in the old Rafiki Bistro space between Harvard Square and Porter Square. The windows are currently papered over, and there's a tarp over the exterior signage, but a note on the door reads, "We look forward to meeting you," signed Mike and Pam. "Mike" is Via Matta alum Michael Pagliarini - Pam is his wife - and their 70-seat restaurant could seriously be heaven for pasta lovers. Chowder reports that a table will be reserved for pasta-making by day, and by night, it will become a chef's table. Boston-based design firm Studio FKIA is working on the space, according to building permits in the window.

· Via Matta alum to open 'Giulia' in Cambridge [C]
· Giulia to open in former Rafiki Bistro space in Cambridge [BRT]
· Giulia set to arrive in Cambridge in October [Z]
· All coverage of Giulia on Eater [~EBOS~]

Giulia (Cambridge)

1682 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138 (617) 441-2800 Visit Website

Via Matta

79 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 617 422 0008 Visit Website


1682 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA

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