The Harp, located across from the Fleet Center, is a great spot for pre- and post-game fun for Celtics fans. It's perfect for a pint while you cheer on the Red Sox with a room full of other fans in front of their twenty television screens. Friday nights host DJ's on two floors, and Saturday nights offer live entertainment such as Darik and the Funbags. The full bar carries an array of beer and wine, though signature cocktails such as Milagro Pomegranate are definitely worth a try. Full menu and private function rooms are also available.
Many consider Carmen one of Boston's best known hidden gems, hiding in plain sight in Boston's North End district. You may not have to go far to experience this authentic Italian fare, but you may have to wait - especially on a weekend - for your chance to land a table in this diminutive place, even with a reservation. Once seated, however, the menu of ultra-authentic cuisine shows why it's worth the wait, seasonal dishes suited for American palettes exploding on the taste buds. Situated next to the historic home of Paul Revere, Carmen may be small but it packs a nice punch in the all areas: cuisine, service and atmosphere.
This Italian restaurant in the North End, which serves beer and wine, is an affordable lunch or dinner spot. For lunch, the menu features several traditional Italian paninis, a quality roast lamb and an eggplant sandwich. Begin dinner with the delectable antipasto. If the daily pasta special is not to your liking, try the fusilli con broccoli rabe. The grilled leg of lamb and porchetta (roast pork) are good bets.
Don't let the size of this tiny Italian gem in the North End scare you away; there is only space for about two dozen diners. There is an open kitchen in the back which produces excellent fare. The shrimp with lobster ravioli is recommended as is the Vegetable Lasagna. The Penne Pomodoro and Linguine Calamari are also quite good. Prices vary based on what is available at the market. The restaurant serves beer and wine with a nice Italian selection of the latter.
This Italian restaurant is a very popular North End establishment. Filet Minion, Lobster Ravioli and Swordfish are the most requested menu entrees. The restaurant also serves the old standbys with new twists like Twice-Breaded Chicken Parmesan. There is an open-air bistro effect at the Florentine Café, which features red oak woodwork and Italian murals on the walls. This restaurant has a full liquor license and a fine wine selection.
True to it's name, you will find fresh seafood dishes at Daily Catch in the North End. Dishes often pair a heavy garlic, butter and cream sauce with trout, salmon, shrimp and scallops. Spicy lobster fra diavolo is the reigning menu champ, drawing many tourists and locals. The calamari dishes are some of the best in Boston. Besides the restaurant serves beer and wine.
This North End restaurant and bar, located on the Freedom Trail, offers traditional Italian fare. The menu includes such favorites as Lasagna Marinara, chicken, broccoli and pasta, Fettucini Alfredo and chicken or veal marsala. There are some interesting seafood dishes and a variety of house specialties that are top-notch. It is also one of the city's best places for sidewalk eating and drinking when the front opens up during the warm months. There is a fine wine selection. The restaurant takes reservations online.
The atmosphere at this North End establishment will transport you to Italy and the food will delight as well. Antico Forno is aptly named, meaning "old stove" in Italian. It translates to top-notch food-pizzas, oven-roasted chicken, grilled vegetables and cheese with olive oil, wood-grilled swordfish and plenty of pasta selections. Their gnocchi is excellent, which really says something considering this section of the city offers the best in Italian cuisine.
This Italian eatery in North End is quite small but it offers a bright atmosphere and a comfortable setting to enjoy some outstanding Italian food. Large portions are the norm here so bring your appetite. The shrimp and fennel salad cannot be found anywhere else in Boston, and it is just one of the many dishes that makes eating here an affordable and rewarding experience. This is one of Boston's better lesser-known dining establishments.
The North End is where you want to venture for authentic Italian food and Al Dente's fits the bill. Owner Joe Bono used to run a curbside sausage cart prior to opening this eatery with its open kitchen, mahogany wainscoting on the walls and granite tables. The restaurant serves a variety of pasta, chicken, veal, beef and seafood dishes. Try the Al Dente Special, which is sautéed scallopini of veal, chicken and shrimp, with broccoli, mushrooms, peppers and artichoke hearts in a white wine, garlic butter sauce.
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This Italian restaurant is a very popular North End establishment.
Filet Minion, Lobster Ravioli and Swordfish are the most requested menu entrees. The restaurant also serves the old standbys with new twists like Twice Breaded Chicken Parmesan. There is ...
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