What they say about Baia

August 2013 – Feast (Australia)

Owned by Italian-born friends, Renato Sardo and Dario Barbone, Baia Pasta is Oakland’s only handmade pasta shop. Interestingly, both Renato and Dario are from Piedmont, the home of the Slow Food movement, and Renato used to work with Slow Food Italy. However it wasn’t Alice Waters, vice-president of Slow Food International, who lured them to California; instead it was the local wheat. “I discovered that most Italian pasta is produced using American wheat, so I wanted to go to the source and make dry handmade pasta using the best organic wheat,” explains Renato.

May 2013 – 7×7

Three Bay Area Makers Are Using Their Noodles

– April 2013 – Food & Wine

Featured recipe: Baked shells with cauliflower and taleggio

– February 2013 – Berkeley Side

In Oakland, two Italians craft pasta with a U.S. twist

– October 2012 – Tastemakers Winners

– July 2012 – Bi-Rite blog

The story of Baia Pasta: Traditional Italian pasta made in our own backyard

– June 2012 – JAL Skyward

– June 2012 – Sunset Magazine

The artisanal pasta CSA

Bye bye industrial pasta. This is serious pasta. This is why I live in California.

– May 2012 – Bon Appetit

Baia Pasta’s New Packaging Is Damn Cool

– April 2012 – SF Gate

Hot Spot: Baia Pasta

– April 2012 – SF Foodie

#16 –SFoodie’s favorite 50 things to eat and drink, 2012 edition

–  March 2012 – Bon Appetit