I'm from NYC but visit Boston quite often and looking to try a new Italian restaurant other than the North End. I read the reviews on line and decided to give it a shot. I knew the tunnel was closed so my friend and I decided to take the train there. It's only a 5 minute train ride from the hotel and then about a 10 minute walk. Thank God we went for lunch and not at night for dinner because the area is a little on the seedy side, at least I thought so, and the streets are quite dirty that we had to walk down. We entered and were greeted very warmly. We both shared the calamari with hot peppers appetizer and it was very good. I had Fusilli Angelo which had shrimp, scallops, lobster, broccoli rabe with garlic and homemade fusilli. It was delicious. My friend had Fusilli Marchi which is a similar dish but with crab meat. I recommend this place but wouldn't take public transportation at night where you would have to walk in the dark.