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Three Tomatoes Trattoria opened on November 20th, 1990. Over the years I have traveled extensively throughout Italy in search of new ideas, recipes, and great wines to bring back to Three Tomatoes. The source of inspiration continues to be the simple, fresh, healthy and local foods of Trattoria style cooking. Eating in a Trattoria in Italy is like eating with an Italian family. The mood can be relaxed or boisterous, but always friendly. It is a home away from home and a gathering place for friends. I have tried to capture the warmth of the trattoria kitchen with its open fire, the aroma of simmering sauces, roasted meats, grilled fish and pizza baking in our custom built wood fired oven. Our…
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We ate at Three Tomatoes on the recommendation of the innkeeper where we were staying while on our trip to Lebanon and Hanover. We enjoyed a very large beet salad and their specialty cocktails that take off on Italian favorites--The Prosecco based Negroni was great!...More
Dined here twice in the past month with my family. The food and service was excellent. The Chicken Alfredo was delicious. They do not drown the pasta in too much sauce just the right amount to enjoy the dish. Pizza, salads and soups were also...More
The waitress was arrogant and was interested in serving the customers. The waitress brought water to the table. After 15 minutes plus came back to take the order. The cocktail that i ordered had saliva down the inside of the glass! The kitchen had no...More
Over priced food, over cooked chicken, and more. This place thinks it is in the North End of Boston. It is not, and they are not that good any longer. In the past I could eat there was forced!! (the Other Half) Even she agreed...More
Stopped in Friday evening without a reservation. Was seated right away at a high-top! The waitress brought fresh crusty bread and an olive oil dip was on the table. We requested balsamic to add to the oil. What a treat!
We ordered Eggplant Parm &...More
Was in town for a show at the Opera House and had never been to Three Tomatoes. Had read service was slow so made a reservation allowing plenty of time.
That wasn't necessary. Although the place was packed service was friendly, very helpful, and the...More
Seated immediately even though moderately busy. Ok meal-server forgot to bring my soup as an appetizer. Waited quite some time for drinks (ordered a white-she delivered a red the first time), then waited quite some time for bread, waited forever for food. Didn't check back...More