BRICCO – 241 Hanover Street, Boston. This Italian restaurant is a favorite for celebrity date nights, but you won’t always see the lovebirds. Owner Frank DePasquale seals off the second floor to give the stars some privacy. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and wife Gisele Bundchen come often; on a recent visit he ordered […]
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CHEAP EATS Open kitchen, craft cooking By Denise Taylor, Globe Correspondent | June 16, 2010 It’s a busy Friday night in the North End and chef Joe Bono is right at home. His new restaurant Benevento’s, named for the Italian town, is packed and orders are streaming in. But in the open kitchen, Bono performs […]
Lucca offers its visitors a truly unique experience in culinary adventure and architectural beauty.
Since those in the business presumably know good food, that’s not a bad recommendation for a bar that’s become a restaurant.
Tresca offers a well planned and balanced menu that facilitates either sharing many appetizers and pastas, or sitting through a luxurious 4 course dinner with wine pairings.
This nondescript, little, and charming Ristorante, can be lost in the maze of more easily identifiable and centrally located restaurants. Follow the Freedom Trail and you will find Carmen’s next door to Paul Revere’s house. Once you do find it, however, it will become your little Florentine vacation spot.
A new review of the Battery Wharf Hotel