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Posted by vinny on 2011-07-15
when you go to the north end you expect to walk into any restaurant and have a satisfying meal-which is the case 99% of the time. that 1% is maurizio's. I am no gourmet chef but I can make better food at home.
Not only is the food subpar but the serv
Posted by Frenchy's House Party on 2010-03-22
While waiting for a delayed plane from Logan to Florida we decided to lunch in the North End. We stumbled upon Maurizio's and really enjoyed it. Lobster , Corn and Sweet Potato Chowder (delicious); Calamari Fritti (loved that the breaded and fried the che
Posted by surburban diner on 2010-02-10
Dinner with a large party; One person had a food restrfiction; Owner refused to substitute a vegetable. An arrogant man....
Will not return again nor recommend it to others...
Also terribly overpriced...
Posted by Cari on 2008-07-08
After 6 years of living in Boston, and going to the North End in search of delicious Italian food, I have to deem Maurizio's the best. I am amazed that the restaurant is not packed every night, but all the better for those of us willing to make the walk
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-04-09
The best Italian food in Boston! Maurizio, the chef cooks up some truly delicious dishes. The best Frutti di Mare I have ever had! I can't believe more people don't know about this place! My wife and I have been dining here for years and have never b