We ate at two restaurants in this Italian district. Both were great. Prezza was excellent and I would love to be able to eat there every week! We got our table early and after that it filled up pretty quickly!
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I took several international go workers here for diner one evening. While expensive ($359/5 people with only 3 of us having drinks), the food and service were outstanding. Great place for a special night.
I am Italian so going out for Italian food -- it has to be great. And the North End is not my usual fav. Overall I think of it as kind if touristy, but this place is fabulous. The homemade pastas are delicious. The bar...More
Prezza was delicious beginning to end - burrata and tomatoes to start (a huge portion), then ravioli a uovo and finishing with tiramisu. A friend had tuna tartare and then a gigantic park chop which she relished. Quiet with attentive service. Not fancy but understated....More
Online the menu had looked promising but I hadn't realized it was the lunch menu. We made reservations for dinner and the staff was friendly. The dinner menu seemed limited but everyone had raved about the homemade pasta. My ravioli was downright boring and minuscule....More
After a night out with friends, I decided to get a meal in the North End. We came across Prezza -- a nice little place on a side street. A couple of glasses of Chianti, some Orichietti, Corn Raviolini, and a soft Shell Crab --...More
We enjoyed an excellent, well prepared dinner at Prezza. The lobster fra diavlo was phenomenal. The Orecchiette with spicy lamb sausage, peas, olive oil, bread crumbs and parmigiano was out of this world. We also enjoyed some broccoli rabe with just the right amount of garlic...More
I had never been here before and the bartender was very friendly and helped with suggestions. I wasn't a huge fan of my entrée but that's my own fault, I didn't realise when it said squid that it would be full squid so I kind...More
Restaurant was recommended to us, glad we visited during Boston trip. Service was incredibly friendly and attentive. We had the zucchini flowers and meatballs, both hits at the table. Ravioli middle course, halibut and tuna (which the chef either catches using his commercial fishing license...More