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Location:New York City
Source:Spaghetti Incident

Spaghetti Incident, a new full-service Italian place with a takeout window in New York City, borrows its name from a Guns ’n Roses album and its concept of serving pasta to-go in paper cones from Italy’s 1950s street-food scene. To hold up to the hustle and bustle of New York streets, owner Emanuele Attala and his partners developed a sturdy, no-spill carrier with a lid. The curved sides help guide the strands of spaghetti around the fork, facilitating twirling and lessening the risk of losing even a single caper on the ground, Attala says.