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All reviews bolognese pork belly branzino zucchini flowers scallop ceviche arancini broccoli rabe cod fish of the day the north end oyster bar an italian restaurant small restaurant main course mare appetizers flavor
We dined on a Saturday night and had made reservations ahead of time. The place was not full but steady so I'd recommend reservations. We had the scallops and the bolognese - both were good - but the scallops where hands down the winner of...More
Enjoyed the apps very much. The pork belly and also the crab cakes were delicious. For the main course went with the fish of the day cooked in a "aqua pazza" sauce. It was terrible. The fish had an off flavor, not like it went...More
Quite possibly the best restaurant in the North End. The food was excellently prepared, and inventive. For appetizers, my husband had zucchini flowers, I had a Cesar salad, which was lemony and delicious. Then came veal bolognese, which was a delicious white bolognese sauce, and...More
This is a small restaurant on the North End just down the street from Paul Revere's house. The food and the service were excellent. They have an oyster bar that serves a number of different oysters. All of the dishes we had were excellent. We...More
Ok. We live out of town and would consider moving to Boston to be closer to Aqua Pazza. Not really, but close to it!
Absolutely one of the best restaurant experiences we've had.
Aqua Pazza is in the North end of Boston where there are...More
We enjoyed this North End restaurant. Good food, good service and relaxed ambience. Truffle Potatoes stand-out and the Veal Milanese was also excellent. Pasta dishes were not enormous (a good thing) and full of flavor. Our server gave good recommendations on wine and was knowledgeable...More
We were visiting for the 4th of July weekend, coming from NYC and did a lot of research for good restaurants. We ended up here in spite of some of the bad reviews. And we were so happy we did!! We LOVED so many of...More
Nice. Pleasant setting. Friendly service.
Broad selection of starters and courses. Eating alone, I sampled 4-5 starters because I enjoy variety. The food was good, not excellent. I think 5 star requires excellence. Still, quite enjoyable.
Fried smelt was ok,. Arrancini Fried seafood rice ball...More
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Wandering around Boston’s North End can feel like being transported to Europe. Stroll down Hanover and Salem streets for the finest Italian restaurants, bakeries, cafes, and a few boutique shops. Take part in the big debate as to whether Modern Pastry or Mike’s serves a better cannoli. Before your food coma sets in, make sure to stop by historic Paul Revere’s home, and follow the Freedom Trail to Old North Church
and Copp’s Hill Burying Ground. Take a rest in a cafe on Hanover street and observe the quirky, European character of the North End.