Like a phoenix rising from its own egg, Caffe Graffiti rebirthed itself inside the fiery North End. Experience the establishment's freshly expanded location and menu with today's Groupon. For $20, you get $40 worth of Italian eats and café-inspired drinks at Caffe Graffiti. The restaurant's social atmosphere makes it a great place to stop in for a Valentine's Day bite with your special someone or for a casual triple date made up of mixed-and-matched paternal twins.
The hot-off-the-press menu features a variety of hot-off-the-stove Italian plates that compel diners to find the nearest floating coin box and cha-ching it dry. A favorite starter offer is the cuneo di lattuga, which is a wedge salad with house-cured pancetta and creamy gorgonzola ($9). A surefire main plate is the homemade "OO" gnocchi in fresh plum tomato sauces baked with Italian cheese ($18). There are a variety of meatier dishes, all cooked and tenderized to perfection. The vitello braciolatini (veal cutlet stuffed with prosciutto, fontina, and sage in a marsala sauce, $21) is well received by past patrons and time-traveling future patrons.
Dig into Caffe Graffiti's roots with a coffee drink or explore its expanded foray into other beverages. Beer, cordial cocktails, and after-dinner digestivos are available alongside a moderately priced wine list. A few well-placed drinks will liberate conversational lulls, just as tasty gelato and crumbly pastries will lull a craving sweet tooth into satiated sleep. The interior ambience and exterior views help to further your dining experience. Soak in beautiful Bostonian cityscapes of Greenway Park and the financial district through the restaurant's elegant transparent windows while spending time with old pals and new enemies.
- The revamped Caffe Graffiti is better than ever. Excellent espresso and cappuccino -- the best in the city. This place represents a true example of "La Dolce Vita"! – splendidsplinter, Citysearch
- Highly recommend Cafe [sic] Graffiti. You can have a great dinner, in the restaurant, go for a drink at the bar, or just grab some coffee or dessert in the caffe. – Rose G, Citysearch
- The new and improved Caffe Graffiti makes me feel like I am in Italy again having Pizza in one of their gorgeous restaurants. The atmosphere is great, from the flat screen TV's to the great music playing. – cinzia, Citysearch
64 Cross St.
Boston, Massachusetts 02113Get Directions