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#128 of 1,863 Restaurants in Boston


$10 - $35
Grill, Italian, Pizza
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Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
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North End
0.1 miles from North End
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A great place to "feel" the energy of the city. The pizza was delicious, very similar to one we enjoyed in Rome...and the flavors of each dish were vibrant. Kick back and enjoy. That said, if you want a heavy, fully loaded, gut bomb pizza,...this is not your place.More

Date of visit: September 2021
Reviewed August 5, 2021

This corner restaurant was the perfect casual Italian restaurant to dip in for lunch. Just a simple yet perfect lasagna right next to the opened window for the right meal at the right place and time. Hit the spot. Fantastic service as well. Very welcoming.

Date of visit: August 2021
Reviewed August 3, 2021 via mobile

No complaints here. Service was great, food was even better. Highly recommend the zucchini flowers to start and cacio de pepe for a main. Will be back!

Date of visit: August 2021
Reviewed July 30, 2021

The choices in Hanover Street are endless, so I just walked in Quattro with zero research. It’s got to be good right this is the Boston North end. I was not disappointed, the service, drinks and food was delicious. Absolutely the best Chicken Parmesan I’ve...ever had.More

Date of visit: July 2021
Reviewed July 29, 2021 via mobile

The service was excellent! It was nice being seated in front of the large open windows. I had a blueberry basil lemonade which was delicious. My sister and I both walked away feeling "just right". However for the price you pay the food wasn't up...to par. My ravioli was overcooked and slightly mushy, and for the price, I thought it was going to tast much better (or at least have some leftover to take home). Next visit to Boston I plan on scoping out other places to try.More

Date of visit: July 2021
Reviewed June 22, 2021

Having lived in Italy, I can tell you that this is AUTHENTIC! We were delighted with the service, the food and its presentation. We opted for outdoor dining, and it just could not have been nicer. The margarita pizza was so flavorful with all fresh...ingredients and the green salad was generous enough for two.More

Date of visit: June 2021
Reviewed June 13, 2021

My husband and I thought of trying a different restaurant in the North End, but after seeing how crazy busy it was, we made a reservation at a familiar place. It did not disappoint! They took us right away, we had a nice spot outside...for the breezy night and the service was great! Our waitress was super sweet, helped me pick a meal since I was indecisive, and I ate the entire thing! The food was absolutely delicious and we would recommend this place over and over again.More

Date of visit: June 2021
Reviewed May 26, 2021 via mobile

Quattro was a great choice in Boston’s North End. The service was great and our waiter helped us select a bottle of Italian wine out of the dozens on the menu. My husband loved his Chicken Parmigiana. The best part was talking with Mike, the...Manager . We met him the day before our reservation as we were walking by the restaurant and chatted with him as he stood in the entrance to welcome customers. We told him we had a reservation there the NEXT evening and he came by the next night — even though it was his day off — to see how we were enjoying our evening. He really loves Boston and he loves his job.More

Date of visit: May 2021
Reviewed August 28, 2020 via mobile

We had dinner outside at Quattro last evening and it was such a perfect evening. There were four of us, two couples catching up and the outside seating was surprisingly quaint and comfortable. We started with a lovely bottle of wine from the Montepulciano region...which was recommended by our waitress and it didn’t disappoint. We got some lovely fresh bread for the table with dipping oil and Parmesan as well as red pepper flakes and decided on the sausage and rabe appetizer to share, there was so much of it we ended up taking half home. I got the chicken and mushroom ravioli which was served in a velvety cream sauce with fresh vegetables and the pasta was clearly homemade-delicious! My companions ordered the bolognese, chicken parm and the special risotto which had large fresh shrimp and arugula, all were very pleased with their selections. No room for dessert but we did close out the meal with some delicious lemoncello, so tasty. An excellent meal, we will be back.More

Date of visit: August 2020
Reviewed August 3, 2020

I went to quattro last July ... we where a bunch of friends ... the waitress was excellent ... we spent quite a lot cause we got some high end bottles of wine and etc etc ... starterts where good even quite pricey ... the...main course “ pasta ai frutti di mare “ the pasta was overcooked and scotta .... when I said this not the waiter but I guess was a manager or some sort he told me “ this is how Americans eat it “ ... and he basically froze me with this answer ... now I understand everything but if the pasta dish that costs $27 and then the pasta is overcooked you must accept the constructive critic ... after all the money that we spent ! Quality of seafood is very good , and pizza as well ... but the way I got that answer was way way unprofessional ! Please understand that the bad review is for the answer that the manager gave meMore

Date of visit: July 2020
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Quattro is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travelers:
  • Food: 4
  • Service: 4
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4