We found this little gem while touring Boston on a drizzly Sunday. When we walked in, the server told us that they were changing over from brunch to lunch and it would be about 10-15 minutes before they could serve us but we could sit at a table in the meantime. The restaurant is small (maybe 12 tables) but so charming! The owner left and came back with a huge bag of delicious bread from a local bakery that was still warm. He came over and talked with us,sharing stories along with other great places to visit. The food was definitely worth the wait! We both had the lobster ravioli and it was wonderful. The pasta was cooked perfectly, the lobster filling overflowing, and the vodka sauce creamy! We had to ask for more bread so we could sop up all the sauce! Would love to go back sometime for their brunch!
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