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Naked Pasta announces temporary relocation during winebar transformation

Naked Pasta, a Greenville-based artisanal pasta company known for its locally sourced and handmade products, today announces a temporary relocation from its Westend location to 404 Cedar Lane Road, near the Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery.

This move comes as Naked Pasta undergoes significant renovations to transform its headquarters into a small plate restaurant, wine bar, and local-centric grocery and pasta shop.

“We are expanding and we couldn’t be more excited!” said Christina Barest, Owner of Naked Pasta. “As our flagship location gets a facelift, we will be making some temporary changes to how and where you shop and pick up your orders. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we navigate this temporary change to bring you a bigger and better Naked Pasta.”

To accommodate customers during this transition, Naked Pasta asks that all orders be placed online for next-day pick-up at the new Cedar Lane Road location.

Customers can continue to find Naked Pasta products at all their favorite retail locations and at the TD Saturday Market. The company remains dedicated to sourcing local ingredients first, making all pasta, ravioli, lasagna, sauces, and more in-house in small batches, ensuring a restaurant-quality meal that can be enjoyed at home.

Naked Pasta prides itself on its partnerships with local farmers and its commitment to providing the best pasta for families. The company values its relationships with customers and is eager to continue meeting their needs during this temporary relocation. Whether customers have dietary needs, are feeding a crowd, or require something special, Naked Pasta is ready to help.

For any items not listed, out of stock, or for special orders, customers are encouraged to call or email Naked Pasta. The team is dedicated to making every dinner special and looks forward to serving the community from their temporary location.

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