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Fenway, Symphony, Jamaica Plain >
Posted by emily on 04/06/2009
AMAZING. everything was amazing. the atmosphere is excellent, very quaint but still fun. the waiter was unbelievable, he was so lively and knowledgeable, he was not afraid to recommend something or tell you which dish would go best with your wine. the food was some of the best italian food I've ever had. and the price is the best part, its completely affordable. don't waste your time in the North End, this is the best italian in Boston.
Posted by Rich and Toby on 07/29/2008
We are Red Sox season ticket holders who never eat in the park. Why eat there when you have this great restaurant close by? We have eaten there countless times and the food is always terrific. For wine, choose the house. The restaurant has a neighborhood feel and home-made taste. We have never been disappointed.
Posted by Guys from California on 11/26/2007
We loved the owners, great people making great food. There was a very good waitress, but the waiter definitely needs was under par. Actually, if he left the place would instantly gain a star or two. We ordered some great Prosecco that was served in regular glasses. Yes, $ 50 for the Prosecco and not even a proper glass! The same for the Brunello, a great wine, not cheap, well served in a decanter but once again no wine glasses! Prices (for us from California) were quire steep, but perhaps fine with Boston; we don’t really know. The food, although not 100% Tuscan, was very good, actually delicious. Would we go back? Yes, but ordering house wine…. And tap water (stay away from the sparkling water). Desert was ordinary, but the kitchen looks too small for some fancy pastry masterpiece.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/29/2007
this is a great place for a date or for a relaxing meal. the service is good and the food is delicious and not over priced. Go and check it out.
Posted by EastFensEater on 07/02/2007
After having visited Italy and eaten at Boston's Trattoria Toscano for the past two years, I can truthfully say that I could tell no difference in the taste, quality, and verve of the food compared to Tuscany, Italy. Every meal has been sensational. Why go to the North End while we have a diamond, not in the rough, here in our own neighborhood. Please ignore this rave review, I want this great gem all to myself. Ha!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/01/2006
I'm new to the neighborhood and stumbled across this gem while trying to go to Brown Sugar (the fenway location is right across the street from this place). I've become a regular over the past few weeks dragging everyone I know there. It's like I'm back in Rome or Florence. The staff is fantastic and friendly and the food is amazing. Start with the caprice salad (incredibly fresh, fragrant and tasty every time) and definitely end your meal with their home made tiramisu and/or a cappuccino. Best place ever for wonderful Italian food. And they know how to properly pronounce "bruschetta" which is more than I can say for a lot of the allegedly "authentic" places out in the North End.
Posted by lovespasta on 06/09/2006
Great little place especially for lunch.