Under the watchful eye of Chef Francesco Martini, Buona Vita! dishes out a penninsular menu of hearty Italian fare. Start off an appetizing adventure by supping on antipasti such as mozzarella di bufala caprese, a plate of imported buffalo mozzarella, fresh basil, and heirloom tomatoes bequeathed by the Mother Nature estate ($11.95). Next, delve fork tines into primi including the lobster fazzoletti, a plateful of homemade lobster-stuffed ravioli ($23.95), or the gnocchi alla sorrentina, delicate dumplings accented by basil ($15.95). Risotto offerings include the alla Milanese con funghi, which sports saffron and mushrooms to outfit the palate in tasty style ($19.95). Protein-laden secondi such as the bistecca alla fiorentina, a grilled 16-ounce Angus rib eye ($29.95), provide a flavorful way to fill carnivorous bellies and a decadent nesting place for wandering steak knives.
Since 1986, the chefs at Sabatino’s Italian Kitchen have been preparing entrees; making pastas such as scampi, marsala, and cacciatore; and stuffing calzones and hot subs with tried-and-true Italian ingredients. The restaurant's pizzas are loaded with whole-tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, and accoutrements such as roasted peppers, pesto sauce, and roasted eggplant. Toppings choices abound for thin-crust pizzas, while set gourmet combinations such as the four-cheese and meat-lovers pizzas take the guesswork out of ordering. They can also pack up cold cuts such as salami, sweet capicola, and prosciutto by the pound for at-home meat-shrine building. Though not valid with this Groupon, Sabatino's also features an extensive wine list.
Our Italian restaurant brings to you the many tastes of Italy's regions. Delicious traditional recipes as well as popular specialties will awaken your taste buds. Our dishes are prepared in the traditional Italian style, with the finest and freshest ingredients
The man behind Savino's Grill is Tom Cutrone, a veteran chef who's pushing three decades in the cooking business. His menu of Italian and Mediterranean cuisine features cured Italian meats, artisanal cheeses, and entrees such as chive pappardelle, lamb loin chop with fried polenta, and pan-roasted salmon served over pasta shells—all of it enhanced by European wines. On Thursday nights, live jazz washes over guests as they enjoy their meals and stack complimentary bread rolls into the shape of the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Founded by longtime friends Jonathan Schwarz and Christopher Robbins, Stone Hearth Pizza builds its gourmet pies from organic, local, and sustainably produced ingredients. The casual pizzeria has expanded to six locations since opening in 2005?a pace of growth made possible by the popularity of chef and general manager Michael Ehlenfeldt?s Neapolitan-style thin-crust pizzas. New England craft beers complement the pizzas and pastas with a pleasantly bitter taste that reflects their conflicted attitude toward out-of-towners.
Within an unassuming brick storefront near the river, Avellino's loads up tables with hearty portions of family-style pasta, pizza, and calzones. Boston's Hidden Restaurants praised the subs filled with "some of the best homemade meatballs that this writer has had in the Boston area." Other pages of the gargantuan menu hold dishes designed to tantalize steak-lovers, carb-counters, and those who simply like the way spaghetti feels in the palm.:m]]