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Posted by KML on 07/10/2012
Beautifully appointed restaurant with excellent fare. The atmosphere is classic yet comfortable. The wine list includes selections of fine wines with respectable vintages. It's nice to find wines with some age these days. Sauces are spot on and desserts are delicious and distinctive. The staff is professional, knowledgable and accomodating. Davio's provides a wonderful and leisurely dining experience and is one of Boston's dining gems.
Posted by vitello on 02/02/2012
mediocre food with high prices. the fans who visit this type of restaurant love to pay 20 bucks for a plate of pasta. you certainly do not observe restaurant folks in this establishment.
Posted by john on 02/21/2011
I thought this would be a great place due to reputation, however bread was stale on sandwiches service was really slow,and prices outrageous.I would never go back.
Posted by vitello on 05/28/2010
another restaurant with overpriced Italian food. the locals just love to pay high prices for their pasta. much better value at other restaurants with super value
Posted by Anonymous on 05/09/2010
Loved the meal and wine menu. Take the chef's advice.
Posted by annoymous on 08/20/2009
With all the great places to eat at the North end on Boston do not waste your time and money to go to Davio. The salad was only a slice of lettuce. The pasta was not home made. The dessert was the only part of the meal that was good.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/02/2006
I have always been told to go to Davio's but only recently did I get around to trying it. I must say being a very big fan of rare cooked meat, Davio's is not a steak house! Unfortunatly my entree was over-cooked and my husband's pork was as well! However, the appetizer was excellent, the service and the atmosphere also redeemed the place for burning my meat meat. Also, not a "dessert" person, but the Tiramisu was very good. Would recommend because there is something on the menu for everyone!