- $35 for $60 worth of Italian lunch or dinner for two or more, valid Sunday–Thursday
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To view a video profile of Quattro from Phantom Gourmet, click here.
Quattro means "four" in Italian, so it's fitting that the restaurant sits at the corner of Hanover and Parmenter Streets—the four corners of Boston's historic North End. This Italian grill and pizzeria, which opened in 2013, is also the fourth eatery in the area opened by Frank DePasquale of DePasquale Ventures. Read on to learn more about this upscale spot:
- The menu features popular items from DePasquale's other spots. The offerings include a risotto of the day modeled after Ristorante Bricco's version, plus plenty of seafood inspired by Mare Oyster Bar.
- Quattro indulges diners' cravings. Literally. The menu's sfizi, which means "cravings" or "whims" in Italian, includes more than a dozen sumptuous small plates, such as shrimp scampi, eggplant parmesan, and meatball bites.
- Ingredients rarely travel far. Quattro's artisan pasta is made just a block away at DePasquale's Homemade Pasta Shoppe, whereas the restaurant's bread is baked across the street at Bricco Panetteria.
- The same can't be said for the kitchen's equipment. For example, the wood-burning brick oven was imported directly from Naples, Italy. It's able to bake the restaurant's margherita pizzas at a blistering 900 degrees, as seen on Phantom Gourmet.
For some great food located nearby, Bricco, SFizi, Trattoria il Panino, and Mare are Quattro's sister restaurants, and are also all owned by DePasquale Ventures and located within the North End neighborhood.