Went in as couldn't get a table anywhere else, huge mistake. My wife ordered a Mojito described as a classic we had to give it back it was poor at best. The toast with the bruschetta was so soaked in oil it was a mush....More
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Went for lunch and had a salad and a tomato, mozz, and prosciutto sandwich. The sandwich was good but toooo much bread.... all bread... needed a smaller roll... Salad was just okay... lacked much flavor... skimpy on the toppings if you ask me... Guess we...More
We were a large party(9) and were seated in the basement room with stone walls, which was surprising charming. One member of our group has a serious nut allergy and we inquired about bread crumbs; the waiter seemed uncaring and like we were putting him...More
The concierge at our hotel made our reservation for this restaurant. It was excellent Italian food and the open-air seating was a great experience. We would eat here multiple times if we were staying longer. Walk just down the street to Mike's Pastries after dinner.
We had the pleasure of dinning at several North End Italian eateries. This one was my favorite. Delicious! I highly recommend the Melanzane Rollatini and Tiramisu. The prices were very reasonable too.
I've visited this restaurant on a couple of occasions and we had a very good experiences so we decided to give it another try. Although it can be a bit pricey we've always had very good meals at this restaurant. The portions are large and...More
I was skeptical about dining in this place -- there was no line, and it was not listed in the highest rated... but the Saturday of memorial day weekend, for dinner, when ALL of the ones where I wanted to go were sold out for...More
We dined in a large family group in this charming north end restaurant in one of their semi private basement rooms. It was lovely. The wait staff was very attentive and the beverages and anti-pasta were fabulous. I highly recommend the lobster ravioli. All of...More