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Carbone Is Now Selling Its Famous Pasta Sauces Nationwide — Here's Where to Find Them

Forget the crazy reservations — now you can enjoy the famous taste of Carbone from the comfort of your own kitchen.

The iconic New York City Italian restaurant, located in Greenwich Village and loved by critics and celebs alike, is launching a line of pasta sauces through its new consumer goods brand, Carbone Fine Food, according to a press release.

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The sauces are available now on Amazon and Carbone Fine Food's website and are set to enter Stop & Shop locations in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and across the Eastern Seaboard in the coming months.

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Created by Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick, co-founders of global restaurant company Major Food Group, the jarred sauces are available in three varieties: marinara, arrabbiata and tomato basil. (No word on whether they're planning to release their famous vodka sauce yet.)

"Creating staple sauces for the home cook that possess the craft we're known for has been a goal for some time," Carbone said in the release.  "The challenge was to create a product that would not only cut down cooking time but also truly deliver on the promise of unequaled flavor, and we can now say that that's exactly what we've done. We couldn't be more excited—and there's much more to come."

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According to the release, the sauces highlight fresh ingredients and take approximately one hour to produce. Carbone's team of chefs make each variety in small batches using Italian tomatoes picked at peak ripeness.

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The Carbone sauces retail for $8.99 per 24-ounce jar.

"The sauce category is a crowded one, but what it is lacking is a premium product that can stand up to what's served in restaurants," Carbone Fine Food CEO Eric Skae said. "Chefs Mario and Rich have created the highest quality sauce on the market. They found a way to jar the Carbone experience. I've never seen anything like it."

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Red Sauces With the Carbone Touch

Major Food Group has introduced three jarred pasta sauces. They’re straightforward renditions of marinara, chunky tomato-basil and spicy arrabbiata, worth keeping in the pantry for an easy dinner. As for preparing Carbone restaurant’s famous spicy rigatoni vodka, some day the sauce line might include it, but not at this time. The jarred sauces offer fine canvases for your own additions like ground meat or diced eggplant, to use on pizza, over meatballs or in lasagna. Take a stab at a version of their vodka sauce with the arrabbiata by adding onions slowly sautéed in butter, some vodka, heavy cream, more chiles, if you like, and grated Parmigiano-Reggiano:

Carbone sauces, $39.96 for four 24-ounce jars, carbonefinefood.com.

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You can now buy Carbone’s famous pasta sauce online

One enchanting, though incidental culinary moment in film history, is in Rear Window, when Grace Kelly’sLisa Carol Fremont brings dinner from 21 Club to her apartment-locked beau, Jimmy Stewart’s L.B. Jefferies.  

This was obviously special take-out, as even moviegoers unfamiliar with NYC’s dining scene at the time could glean from Kelly-as-Freemont’s ball gown and theatrical manner. And for a brief moment in 2020, similarly august institutions started expanding their take-out and delivery operations, West Village hotspot Carbone primary among them. 

Carbone has since ceased its to-go offerings, and now it’s as tough as ever to snag a table at the Thompson Street original, or, apparently, its newly opened Miami counterpart. But earlier this spring, its coveted sauce started popping up in stores in NYC and a few other areas along the East Coast. 

Like Rao’s, another super-exclusive NYC red-sauce joint where tales of simply being seated have become the stuff of legend, Carbone has put some of its magic in a jar. Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi’s marinara, arrabbiata and tomato basil sauces are now almost as abundant as Prego in some NYC markets. Carbone’s parent company Major Food Group will add a roasted garlic variety soon.

D'Agostino's, Brooklyn Fare, and Gristedes are among a few of the grocery stores carrying the small-batch sauces, along with a smattering of other retailers in the Hamptons, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey and online, where 4-packs sell for $40. 

Entrées at Carbone like tortellini al ragu, spicy rigatoni vodka and orecchiette vito are all over $30, and its priciest pasta—lobster ravioli—claws in at almost $40. 

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NYC’s Famed Italian Restaurant Carbone Is Now Selling Bottled Pasta Sauce to Cook at Home

Making a delicious pasta sauce just like a Michelin-starred Italian restaurant is as easy as going to the store.

Carbone, a famous New York City restaurant located in Greenwich Village, is now selling its restaurant-quality pasta sauces in a jar so you can cook a delicious Italian dinner at home.

The new jarred sauce is available through the restaurant's new consumer foods brand, Carbone Fine Food, as well as Amazon for the time being, with plans to expand to Stop & Shop locations in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and across the Eastern seaboard in the next few months.

"Creating staple sauces for the home cook that possesses the craft we're known for has been a goal for some time," said Mario Carbone in a statement. "The challenge was to create a product that would not only cut down cooking time but also truly deliver on the promise of unequaled flavor, and we can now say that that's exactly what we've done. We couldn't be more excited — and there's much more to come."

The sauce is available in three varieties: marinara, arrabbiata, and tomato basil, all created by Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick — co-founders of global restaurant company Major Food Group. Each variety is made in small batches using fresh ingredients, including Italian tomatoes picked at peak ripeness, and are pre-cooked for about one hour by Carbone's team of chefs before being jarred.

Credit: Courtesy of Major Food Group

This process practically guarantees a better flavor and freshness compared to typical jarred pasta sauces in grocery stores. At about $9 per 24-ounce jar, Carbone's sauce will not only cut down on cooking time for you and your family but also give you a premium quality result that is comparable to ordering a pasta dish in the restaurant.

"The sauce category is a crowded one, but what it is lacking is a premium product that can stand up to what's served in restaurants," said CEO Eric Skae in a statement. "Chefs Mario and Rich have created the highest quality sauce on the market. They found a way to jar the Carbone experience. I've never seen anything like it."

For more information or to order your own sauce, visit the Carbone Fine Food website. You can also follow Carbone on Instagram for some food inspiration.

Andrea Romano is a freelance writer in New York City. Follow her on Twitter @theandrearomano.

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