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Posted by Dianna on 08/05/2011
We go to Salvatore's a couple times a year. Each time is better than the last. Our server tonight wad so attentive. We ordered the herb crusted chicken tenders and butternut squash ravioli... AMAZING. There was this guy singing who had the greatest voice, sounded just like Sinatra. The prices are up there , but well worth it.
Posted by Cat on 10/11/2008
My husband and I had a long day between our flight and sightseeing. We wanted a nice place to eat but not too pricey. We went to Salvatores and enjoyed every minute. The service, food and atmosphere was just what we were looking for. I have recommended it to friends when they visit the Boston area. Keep up the good work and we will see you the next time we are in town.
Posted by Dallas on 09/18/2007
Wow, we have waited along time for the seaport area to start its transition into a full scale neighborhood, and with Salvatores here, it's a great start. I will start with the entrees and pastas. I had the opportunity to meet the chef and I really got the sense he cares about of the quality of the food that comes out of the kitchen. I have had several items on the menu, and one of my favorites is the Salmon in a Creamy Vodka sauce. The pasta as well as the Salmon was cooked perfectly. Their calzones are great bargain at 7 dollars, and with each one stuffed with the ingredients of your choice, very filling! Pizza - The only downside I would say about the pizza (and I am speaking of the 19', 3lb pizza), is that there really wasnt enough sauce on it to help wash down the 3 lbs of meat. Drink are a little pricey, but you can expect that in Boston, but all in all, Salvatores is a great place for food and just to hang out with friends sipping wine or whatever your beverage choice may be. I highly recommend it!