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Antipasto or antipasti? The correct way to say it…

Which is the correct way to say it: antipasto or antipasti?

It’s a question that we get asked all the time.

The Italian word antipasto means literally before the meal (from the Latin ante meaning before and the Italian pasto meaning meal). It’s the Italian term for appetizer.

When it ends in -o, it’s the singular: antipasto. But since Italians never serve just one appetizer, the word is almost always pluralized: antipasti (appetizers).

Chef Harvey just launched a new antipasti plate at Siena.

Check out his current menus here.

Please call (512) 349-7667 to reserve your table now.

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