Pasta is honestly life. It probably makes up 2/3's of what I eat throughout the week, on any given week. Maybe I shouldn't be admitting that, but it's just true. I love pasta so much, and I know that I'm not alone when I say that. What's not to love?\nYou might think you have to travel all the way to Italy to have some seriously amazing pasta, but that's not true at all! Montreal is home to some crazy pasta restaurants. With our very own Little Italy, you know there must be some real Italians living in the city.\nLittle Italy is home to so many great pasta joints, but there's actually delicious pasta restaurants all over the city! If your date is a pasta lover, you've got to check out some, or all, of the places on this list with them right away!\n1. Impasto\nSometimes the key to great food is simplicity. Homemade bucatini pasta in creamy sauce, with generous truffle shavings & pepper grains. This classic Cacio e Pepe hits my soft spot for Italian. #empiretraveller #MTLA photo posted by Where to Go & What to Eat. (@empiretraveller) on Jun 22, 2016 at 6:50am PDT\n48 Rue Dante\nA homemade pasta joint located in Little Italy. You know you're bound to get some amazing pasta when the word is right there in the name of the restaurant! Every dish is authentic Italian with their own special twist on it. Try the lobster spelt Pappardelle or the Spaghetti alla Carbonara!\n2. Ristorante Quattro\nFeeling like Jack at dinner #fancyA photo posted by Tanya Chen (@tanya__chen) on May 29, 2016 at 6:57am PDT\n17 Rue Notre-Dame O\nYou're in for a treat at this spot, pasta lovers. Another amazing spot with homemade pasta, located right in the downtown core of Montreal. Try their classic Putanesca, Penne with truffle cream sauce and sausage, or their Gnocchi in a tomato basil sauce. They also have some delicious risotto like their seafood risotto!\n3. Restaurant Inferno\n#cravings @infernomtl crazy delicious trippa and cavatelli .. His nonna's recipe .. Words cannot even start describing how insanely incredible this is.. We come from the same part of the world.. #avellino Italy .. Thank you Nicky ! #semprebordelllllll #tastingthecity #littleitaly #montréal #memories ???⚡️⚡️⚡️A photo posted by Chef Michele Forgione (@micheleforgione) on Jul 27, 2016 at 5:21pm PDT\n6850 Rue Saint Dominique\nThree words: Oh.My.God. This pasta is seriously out of this world amazing, just look at it! Located right by Mile-Ex, you need to come here as soon as possible to get your pasta fix. Try their traditional family recipes like their trippa della nonna or their crazy dishes like the squid ink risotto!\n4. Restaurant Lombardi\nNo other way to spend a Saturday night? #LombardiRestoA photo posted by Lombardi Restaurant (@lombardi.restaurant) on Jan 23, 2016 at 3:19pm PST\n411 Avenue Duluth E\nAn honestly amazing pasta joint. You've got to come here and try their specialty, chicken parmesan with penne on the side! Or try their trio pasta which has Tortellini Cardinale, Fettuccini Alfredo, and Penne Arrabiatta, for when you can't just choose one kind of pasta. This restaurant is also BYOW so pick out your favourite bottle and enjoy a perfect meal.\n5. Nora Gray\nJust another day at work.A photo posted by Fred Bashara (@freddybiv) on Mar 12, 2016 at 7:46am PST\n1391 Rue Saint-Jacques\nYou'll feel like you've been secretly transported to Italy when you step into this spot. Featuring some amazing classic Italian dishes such as their sausage stuffed zucchini flowers and their tortellini stuffed with caramelized onions with pancetta and clams. You'll be awestruck by all of the amazing flavours!\n6. Da Emma\nHello #heaven on a #plate ? I've missed you ? lolA photo posted by @celikap on Apr 29, 2016 at 7:35pm PDT\n777 Rue de la Commune O\nA classic Italian restaurant, which will make all you Italians out there feel like you're back in your Grandma's kitchen. The head chef is Emma herself, giving this restaurant a homey feel. The food is also to die for! Try their unique caprese salad to start, Fettuccini Funghi Porcini for your main, and then their homemade tiramisu for dessert! You'll fall in love for sure.\n7. Restaurant Da Vinci\nTonight's dinner ? Linguine with mixed mushrooms and white wine sauceA photo posted by Ariane Bohbot (@arianebohbot) on Nov 11, 2015 at 6:57pm PST\n1180 Rue Bishop\nLocated on the bustling Bishop street in the core of downtown Montreal, Restaurant Da Vinci is one you definitely shouldn't overlook. The pasta here is all amazing with classic recipes like their Talietelle with mixed mushrooms and white wine sauce, bow-tie pasta with smoked salmon and risotto with shrimps, scampi tail and asparagus spears!\nThis restaurant also has a bar/lounge to have a nice drink while you wait for your table.\n8. Casa Cacciatore\nPlus de 1000 bouteilles de vins italiens, des plats bien réconfortants, et une ambiance authentique : comment profiter des températures qui chutent ?? #villeray #jeantalon #pasta #mtlfood #livemontreal #petiteitalie #montreal #mtlmomentsA photo posted by weskonva.ca (@weskonva) on Sep 16, 2014 at 6:29pm PDT\n170 Rue Jean-Talon E\nThis spot has Italian style homemade pastas as well as Mediterranean style meats and fish. With a comforting, homey interior you can enjoy an intimate date with your pasta lover here. They have so many amazing pastas on the menu, you'll have a hard time choosing which one sounds the best!\n9. Bis Restaurant\nTonights dinner @bismontreal ?A photo posted by Munch Montreal (@munchmontreal) on Jul 14, 2016 at 6:40pm PDT\n1229 Rue de la Montagne\nThis restaurant features so many amazing classic Italian pastas but they also have gluten-free and vegetarian options as well! Try their classic spaghetti bolognese or their vegetarian melanzane with stuffed eggplant and ricotta.\n10. Restaurant Tre Marie\nLove it when you can get a 3 for 1 pasta deal #pasta #pastalover #mtlfood #mtlresto ? Food: 4/5, Price: $$, Go back: for sureA photo posted by MTL | Food & Travel (@elisebgravel) on Apr 20, 2016 at 2:33pm PDT\n6934 Rue Clark\nAnother restaurant where you can get 3 for 1 pastas!! It comes with spaghetti with garlic and olive oil, medallions with tomato sauce and ravioli with rose sauce. This is one place you should definitely bring an indecisive pasta lover.\n11. L'Usine de Spaghetti\nOn est allés serrer la pince de l'Usine de Spaghetti au Vieux-Port et on a adoré les linguine au homard! #meilleursplatsdepâtes #savoureux ?? #foodiesparcA photo posted by Foodies Parc ? (@foodiesparc) on Mar 18, 2016 at 8:21am PDT\n273 Rue Saint Paul E\nLocated right in the Old Port, this is a classic Italian joint in the perfect location in Montreal. All of their pastas are named after areas in Montreal, which is super cute! You can also get a trio pasta here called Trio Saint Denis with their spinach cannelloni, cheese tortellini with cream sauce and pesto spaghetti.\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.