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The Best Pasta Bowls for Your Dinner Table The Best Pasta Bowls for Your Dinner Table
RepublishReprint I am not in favor of ‘bowl food’: I’ve lived through this much of the 2000s without ever... The Best Pasta Bowls for Your Dinner Table

I am not in favor of ‘bowl food’: I’ve lived through this much of the 2000s without ever calling my lunch a grain bowl and I’m going to keep at it. I do, however, love eating lunch out of pasta bowls. 

I have yet to use my pasta bowls for pasta, and yet, I still break them out at least once a day. Here’s why: A steep-sided soup or cereal bowl requires that everything in your meal get cozy to the point of becoming indistinguishable. A pasta bowl, on the other hand, affords all of the sauce-containment of a bowl, while still allowing you to spread your meal out and separate it into definitive components, as you would on a plate. A drizzle of sauce or a squeeze of citrus can reach both my leftover prawns and my crispy grilled cauliflower, but they both get a little space to be enjoyed as distinct parts of the meal. When tasked with an abundance of salad, a pasta bowl keeps it tidy (no stray kale curls on my desk) while providing plenty of surface area for crunchy salad seeds, cheesy bits, and croutons. 

Pasta bowls are great for kids, too. It never ceases to amaze me how much food little kids can manage to misplace en route to their mouths. If yours are past toddler size but still messy, consider swapping their dinner plate for a pasta bowl. You might just find your after dinner clean up doesn’t include sweeping under the table, for once.

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Crate & Barrel

Crate & Barrel Lina Pasta Bowl

These speckled, sand-colored bowls are hand-painted in Portugal, so each has a pleasingly uneven, natural look.

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Vietri

Vietri Santorini Pasta Bowl

If you’re otherwise committed to white dinnerware, consider choosing playful pasta bowls. Just that one bit of color will add a fun pop to an otherwise monochrome table.

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HAY

Hay Soft Ice Swirl Bowl

These swirly bowls from Danish design house HAY are made of durable enameled steel, meaning they’re ideal for withstanding the perils of outdoor dining…or daily use by your kids.

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Heath

Heath Ceramics Soup Bowl

Designed in collaboration with Alice Waters’ Chez Panisse, this simple, classic soup bowl is both subtle and elegant. A portion of the proceeds from the Chez Panisse line at Heath go to Edible Schoolyard. 

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Etsy

Hand-painted fox pasta bowl

I love this whimsical handmade bowl. If I still lived alone, this would be my go-to for festive dinners for one. Buttery seared scallops, jerk collard greens wrapped tofu, a personal-sized Dutch baby—this bowl is asking for a meal as beautiful as its intricate paint job. 

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Williams Sonoma

Williams Sonoma Sage Pasta Bowls, Set of 4

The semi-matte finish on these bowls is a great contrast to their bold pickle green color. 

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Nordstrom

Vietri Lastra Bowl

I love the uneven edge on this Italian stoneware bowl. 

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Replacements LTD

Dansk Arabesque Pasta Bowl

The particularly wide and shallow shape of this bowl will convert plate loyalists–if they aren’t already sold by the classic Arabesque pattern.

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Verishop

Bamboo Bowls, Set of 4

Bamboo is a great choice for anyone with kids who aren’t quite old enough to be trusted with the good bowls. It’s dishwasher safe, nearly unbreakable, and unlike those cheaply made plastic sets, it’s biodegradable. 

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Verishop

Raw Aida Deep Plate

Technically this is called a ‘deep plate,’ but I’m not splitting hairs on what constitutes a pasta bowl. A wide, shallow surface and low lip are what does it for me. This one is double-fired to make it extra scratch resistant. 

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