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PREZZA

24 Fleet Street, Boston, MA 02113 (North End) | (617) 227-1577

Open Today: Open

Venue Description

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    Strega is famous for its dramatic decor, celebrity clientele, unmatched hospitality, and most of all, the unforgettable Italian cuisine. It's also notorious for being one of the most difficult restaurants in Boston in which to get a seat, and has been hailed as having "Boston's Most Coveted Table Reservation". But what is it about this small, charming restaurant that makes it the most in-demand spot in the city night-after-night, year-after-year? The Strega phenomenon exploded in 2003. Local customers filled its tables with such regularity that local and nation media had no choice but to take notice. Today, stars such as Justin Timberlake, Lebron James, Lorraine Bracco, Kate Hudson, Vincent Pastore, Diddy, John Mayer and many others call Strega their home when visiting Boston. Strega proudly operates as a five-star restaurant and accepts reservations nightly.

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  • Cantina Italiana Boston

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    Cantina Italiana’s historic location in Boston has been creating authentic Italian dishes for the North End community since 1931. Since then, we are proud to say that our inviting, comfortable atmosphere has drawn people back for generations. Upon visiting, you will find that each of our unique, regionally inspired dishes have been created by our owner and Chef, Fiore Colella, a native resident of the small town of Avellino, Italy. Whether you are looking to make a new memory, or to perhaps start a tradition of your own, we welcome you into our home at 346 Hanover Street, Boston.

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  • Florentine Café Boston

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    The Florentine Cafe is one of the oldest bars in Boston. Established just after Prohibition on the corner of Hanover and Prince Streets in Boston's historic North End, it provided a place to meet, greet and enjoy a drink in the heart of one of Boston's most famous neighborhoods. In 1995, the Florentine was renovated to bring back its Old World look and charm, once again capturing the attention of the neighborhood and of passers-by alike, as well as providing excellent food to go with its excellent selection of drinks.

Hours

Sunday: Open

Monday: Open

Tuesday: Open

Wednesday: Open

Thursday: Open

Friday: Open

Saturday: Open

About

Scenes: Wine Bar, Restaurant, Bar

Cuisines: Italian

Avg. Entree: $21 - $30

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