Nothing soothes the soul like a bowl of hot pasta covered by well-crafted meatballs swimming in a rich tomato sauce. The following is a sampling of eateries that serve this traditional Italian-American dish.
Spaghetti and meatballs in Phoenix
By azcentral.com staffMay 29, 2009
Dig into two large roasted beef meatballs served in a marinara sauce over spaghetti that's available in the whole wheat or gluten free version.
This fun Italian restaurant resembles a family den. The family-style entrees are meant to be shared, with gigantic portions of spaghetti and meatballs that serve two to three or four to six.
Cozy, friendly Italian hideout with a hearty spaghetti and meatball dinner. Comes with antipasto salad and generous breadbasket.
Their heaping plate of spaghetti and meatballs comes with a salad and bread. You won't leave hungry. Eat in or take home to enjoy later.
Regulars keep coming back for the deli's fine crafted traditional meals, such as homemade tomato sauce and meatballs over spaghetti, penne, fettuccine or linguine. After eating, shop the shelves stacked with canned eggplant, pastas and other Italian delicacies.
Here they serve spaghetti and Joe's Famous Meatballs. The meatballs are made from chef/ owner Joe Aiello's mother's meatball recipe using pork and veal.
Its extensive pasta menu includes the all-time favorite in a marinara sauce with homemade meatballs, basil and parmesan served over spaghettini.
For $2.25 each add as many meatballs as you'd like to the homemade marinara sauce served at this Italian restaurant that's been making sauce and meatballs for 50 years in Phoenix.
Comfortable, reasonable and consistent, Riazzi's does all the favorite Italian dishes just right, including the spaghetti and meatballs with your choice of imported pastas, from spaghetti, linguine, penne to angel hair.
The spaghetti and meatballs swim in a thick, garlic- and oregano-based tomato sauce. Enjoy the meal and pretend you are in New York City. New York license plates and other memorabilia decorate the Yankee blue wall above the comfy booths on one side, with tables huddled close together in the center.