About The Pasta House

The Pasta House has been a notable Fairhaven landmark for more than thirty years. Fairhaven selectman and contractor Victor Fleurent, built a brick and wood beamed steak house on the corner of Alden Road and Bridge Street in 1968. He called it "The Paddock Pub". The business changed hands in 1975 and operated as the "J.W. Western Steak House" for another five years.

The Raikkonen Family purchased the property in 1981, renamed the operation and converted it into a five star italian restaurant. On August 17, 2001, The Raikkonen's sold The Pasta House to local entrepreneur Mario Ribeiro.

The pride of The Pasta House is our unique Italian ambiance, top quality food and wine, endless variety, and impeccable service. Your Satisfaction Is Our Livelihood! Head Chef Doug Sterling has chosen a vast selection of the freshest ingredients including local produce and seafood to bring you the highest quality on all of your menu choices.

New Bedford Seaport Chowder Festival

2006-1st Place Seafood Chowder
2008-1st Place Clam Chowder
2009-1st Place Seafood Chowder
2011-1st Place Seafood Chowder
2012-1st Place Clam Chowder (Peoples Choice Award)

Testimonials

  • Here on business staying right down
    the street at the Hampton Inn, short walk. What a great local place, had Lobster Alla Vodka!! Best meal I have had i'n long time , and for sure was a nice treat for myself for a Long day. There was so much Lobster on this dish , what a value..."
  • Great food! Since the place has been
    redone it just makes it all the better to dine. Love the fireplace and new bar.This place is perfect for a quick drink, family dinner or a nice dinner.Pasta, seafood or Steaks you can't go wrong! This place is a winner!"
  • My boyfriend and I got into Fairhaven
    around 7 at night and decided to check out the Pasta House we passed on our way into town. We got there around 8:30 and it was full, but we were seated right away. The food was awesome and the atmosphere was also very nice!"