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Prezza has created a menu that is bound to satisfy all your Italian cravings. We are a cut above all the other competitors in the neighborhood. Servicing the Boston, MA Areas.
$21 - $80
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
Reservations, Seating, Valet Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service, Gift Cards Available
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My husband and I had dinner at Prezza while vacationing in Boston for the first time, and it was the best meal of our trip. My understanding is that it is more northern than southern Italian - so not what you're looking for if you're...craving red sauce and meatballs. The ambience was welcoming, and it was nice to be off the main drag of the North End on a Friday night. The service was impeccable, the timing perfect. We split the bibb salad, which was fresh and delicious. I had the pear marscarpone ravioli, and my husband had the corn raviolini. Both were so good. We split a bottle of wine from the extensive wine list. Fairly pricy, but seemed comparable to a lot of places in the city. Would definitey recommend Prezza for a nice night out and great food.More

Date of visit: October 2021
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Based on the stellar reviews , we decided to try Prezza. I have to say that while the food wasn’t terrible , it was very mediocre and quite sad for a place in the North End. If your idea of a good Italian restaurant is...Capriccio or Al forno in Providence, you will be highly disappointed. The crispy shrimp appetizer was bland . The burrata was decent but seemed like market brought and not made in house and the $34 ravioli with pumpkin and brown butter was ruined by the excess of carrots added to it . It was strange because the dish would have been amazing without the carrots . Finally, the garlic bread was decent but very oily and there was barely a hint of garlic. We mentioned this to the waiter , not that we asked for any money off . He hurried off twice saying he would talk to a manager but no manager came . This was another warning sign .. any respectable place would have the manager out in a jiffy unless they regularly get complaints. I saw another table send the entree back as well . We got a cookie , 2 small cannolis and a macaroon. They were just like the others , ok but nothing great. All in all , the food was overpriced and average . We spent over $200 for 2 adults and a kid and the waiter never even asked if we needed a drink with the main course even though our glass of wine was empty . I would recommend not going here unless you are out of options .More

Date of visit: October 2021
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Great service and ambience. Corn ravioli and Bolognese was excellent! And be sure to order the meatball hot appetizer.

Date of visit: September 2021
Reviewed August 21, 2021 via mobile

The restaurant is in a side street which makes it clise to European style restaurants. The food is good but not great. My husband ordered the sea food stew. It was filling. The waitresses and service is slow. You have to ask for everything in...order to get it.More

Date of visit: August 2021
Reviewed August 11, 2021

Was looking for a place in the North End to eat a great classic Italian meal - and this is it. Charcuterie board to start was great. Entrees of Chicken Parm and Veal Saltimboca were also great. Service was a tad slow, but it didn't...keep us from having a good time.More

Date of visit: August 2021
Reviewed July 31, 2021 via mobile

We made reservation here end of July. Our server was professional and extremely knowledgeable helped us make decisions and creatively coordinated our experience (I want to say his name was Robert but I’m unsure ) We started with a wonderful bottle of wine. Their wine...list was so impressive I spent 20 minutes just looking through it. We started with the fig appetizer and that was exquisite. We decided we would try the ravioli di uovo for a second appetizer and loved the unique taste. My wife had the scallops which were done perfectly, seared nicely and very very fresh. I wanted something different so the chef made me a combination of two plates and it was amazing. More seafood then one could imagine and all cooked to perfection. They went over the top on my plate but it was about making their customer happy and they succeeded. Thank you Prezza for an incredible meal.More

Date of visit: July 2021
Reviewed June 20, 2021 via mobile

When my daughter asked me what I wanted for Father's day dinner; I immediately thought of the halibut and pea risotto at Prezza. They have certainly perfected this dish; add in the grilled clams and sausage appetizer along with the meatballs and a serving of...polenta and broccolini; we were all satisfied when paired with a glass of chianti. Paul specifically took care of us and we were quite pleased with his excellent service. EnjoyMore

Date of visit: June 2021
Reviewed April 10, 2021 via mobile

Went here for a couple of drinks with my son in law. Ended up eating dinner. We were sitting by the bar enjoying some wine. Atmosphere was great. The food was delicious. Highly recommend the crispy shrimp. Portions were generous and the shrimps were huge....The meatballs and sausages also looked delicious. Recommend this place for drinks and dinner.More

Date of visit: April 2021
Reviewed March 24, 2021 via mobile

I SERIOUSLY. Did not. Want to leave. We split every thing as usual. I do not have one single complaint. Absolutely none. Except that I didn't want to stop eating. Lol Had the mushroom risotto, Gnocchi Bolognese, Bucatini and the Halibut. Phenomenal. Make a reservation!...It's worth it ❤️🥰 I shall return to you my dear Prezza! I will return! Thank you for a wonderful experience! Bravo!More

Date of visit: March 2021
Reviewed March 20, 2021

I have been going to Prezza since the day it opened. It was my first time back and the place was buzzing! Their menu has their classics that I love: Wood Grilled Squid & Octopus and Wood Grilled Veal Chop (huge). They also had many...new dishes. It was the first time I had Smoked Ricotta Ravioli with Braised Veal; and Scallops, Peas on Risotto with Rabi. The sauces and flavors are are the best! The wine list is extensive and the 7 year old Brunello was delicious. The Barrel Aged Negroni as a starter really kicked the night off.More

Date of visit: March 2021
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No. Casual dress is the mode.
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No outdoor seating. Atmosphere inside was very pleasant.
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  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4