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Lucca Restaurant in Boston's North End neighborhood is situated close to the historic Freedom Trail. The restaurant specializes in northern Italian cuisine prepared by using special olive oil. From home-made breads, pastas to tantalizing desserts, Lucca gives its cuisine an authentic Italian touch. The bar at the restaurant is a treat with an impressive selection of wines, exotic liquors and other cocktails. A perfect place to enjoy a fine dining experience in Boston.
Tucked away on a quiet street in the North End, the maroon awning and open windows of Terramia Ristorante beckon to those with a taste for modern Italian fare. The specialties here include Maine lobster with raddichio, fritters and wild boar sausage over polenta. The homemade Abruzzi-style spaghetti and the risotto should not be missed. Try the pan-roasted filet mignon or fresh-cut veal chops. An extensive array of beer and wine are available to complement you meal.
Benevento's is a cozy space that serves delicious Italian fare. With a subtle decor, Benevento's menu features sumptuous appetizers like the Spinach Crepes to give a hearty start to your meal and some gourmet pizzas like along with lasagne, pasta and more. Choose from the Specialty Pizza selections like North Ender, Lil Joey and the house-special Benevento. Indulge in some seafood dishes like lobster ravioli and Mussels Marinara. They have a few selections in the kid's section as well. Check website for the full menu and call ahead for reservations.
Considered to be one of the more elegant Italian eateries in the North End, this North Square restaurant is neighbor to the Paul Revere House. The candlelit main dining room has small tables covered in crisp linens, and the romantic atmosphere makes it a good place to bring your date. The cuisine features fresh and contemporary North Italian cuisine. Try the Spaghetti Bolognese or one of the seasonal specials and wash it down with a pick from the extensive wine list.
Nico depicts a sophisticated yet cozy ambiance with delectable food and wine to go with. The food is outstanding including antipasti, risotto and pastas with a variety of selections. The wine menu is extensive. If you are not a wine drinker, then you can enjoy sipping on some delicious cocktails while you have a chat with your group of friends. The ambiance and the food is a great combination for a special occasion or just a get together with friends. Reservations are highly recommended.
Sportello is an upbeat Italian eatery that invites you into the warm ambiance to experience a culinary bliss. With freshly baked, home-style breads, Sportello also has some delicious pastas and gourmet polentas on offer. Go for some sumptuous entrees like Rohan Duck and appetizers like Beef Carpaccio from their dinner menu. Their wine list is impressive and the bakery counter has loose teas, sweet and savory quick bites, hot chocolate, organic coffees and a lot more that you can pick up. Call ahead to make reservations.
Menton is one of Boston's best luxury Italian dining experiences. Beauty is everywhere, from the elegant setting to the artisan glassware to the impeccable service. Diners can choose between the prix-fixe menu or choose a la carte - exquisite offerings include the torchon of foie gras de canard and the butter-poached lobster with dill sauce. There is a fantastic selection of wines available, with extremely knowledgeable staff to ensure that you make the right choice. And don't forget dessert! The desserts are the perfect cap to any meal; if you want something lighter, a tremendous variety of dessert wines are ready to be poured. Reservations are highly recommended.
Ken Oringer is at the helm of Coppa and he is one of Boston's best loved fine dining chefs, with Toro and Clio also under his belt. This quaint little rustic restaurant, with its incredible selection of wines and mixed drinks, is a pleasant contrast to many of the sleek uptown restaurants that it shares a berth with. The food puts unexpected twists on classic Italian cuisine, such as the famed carbonara with sea urchin - not for the culinary faint-of-heart. More traditional dishes abound, from gnocchi with pork ragu, sage and pecorino to the perfectly wood-fired pizza.