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Spaghetti and Meatballs for the Masses

Mark Ladner’s counter-service Pasta Flyer can cook your penne in ten seconds.
Pasta Flyer’s lasagna bar is but one of many Italian-flavored things to look forward to this fall.

WHEN MARK LADNER left his post as executive chef at Del Posto in January, a plate of pasta cost between $30 and $40. When he opens Pasta Flyer this fall, he’ll be charging $9.99 for

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