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210 Hanover Street, Boston, MA 02113 | (617) 720-0052

Open Today: Open

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  • Lucca Restaurant & Bar Boston

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    Lucca Restaurant is situated on bustling Hanover Street and the historic Freedom Trail in Boston's North End. Named for the Tuscan town renowned for its extra virgin olive oil, Lucca offers Northern Italian classics, combined with creative innovations that are sure to tantalize the most discriminating palate. Its attention to detail and focus on superior service make Lucca Restaurant the desired destination for an intimate dinner, business meeting, or casual gathering. Four elegant function rooms render Lucca a popular meeting place for large groups and family gatherings. Upon entering Lucca, the mood is set by stylized music, Italian granite floors, and alluring candlelight. The mahogany bar displays an award-winning array of exotic liquors, Port wines, grappa, and more. This, combined with the century-old granite walls and stained glass, lends the room an aura of warmth and intimacy. Thanks to culinary inspiration derived from her regular trips to Italy, Lucca’s executive chef Vanessa Leesam presents acclaimed regional Italian cuisine, homemade breads, authentic pasta dishes and of course succulent desserts. Time spent in the region has taught her the value of the freshest produce and ingredients. Chef Leesam works closely with local farmers and the finest purveyors in the Northeast to ensure that nothing but the highest quality components enter her kitchen. Her commitment to providing the most enticing Italian dishes is what makes Lucca Restaurant one of Boston’s finest dining experiences.

  • Mother Anna’s Restaurant Boston

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    Four Generations of Fine Italian Cuisine Boston’s historic North End is known for its many Italian restaurants. Over the last 80 years, many of these establishments have come and gone. None have stood the test of time quite like Mother Anna’s. Established in 1932, Mother Anna’s has passed through four generations of families. John Caparella, along with his three sons, have carried on the tradition that his grandmother started 79 years ago. The last 20 years have brought on many changes in the North End. The number of restaurants have gone from the single digits, back in the early days, to close to a hundred. Also, the old Central Artery that had divided the North End for so many years, has since disappeared. Mother Anna’s has now become the gateway to the North End. On a beautiful summer night, a table on the now famous patio, gives customers a view of the Boston skyline that can only be experienced at Mother Anna’s. If you are visiting Boston and are looking for a traditional, home cooked Italian meal, Mother Anna’s should not be missed!


Sunday: Open

Monday: Open

Tuesday: Open

Wednesday: Open

Thursday: Open

Friday: Open

Saturday: Open


Cuisines: Italian

Scenes: Restaurant

Avg. Entree: $21 - $30


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