This is my first trip to Boston's North End and one of the friend suggested Panza based on good reviews on Yelp. We called up Sunday evening around 6PM and we were able to reserve a table for 5 around 6.45PM.
Panza is on the busy Hanover Street of Boston's North End. It is right next to the first Roman Catholic Church built by Italian Immigrants and is also few hops over from the famous Mike's Pastry.
It is a small cozy restaurant with seating for probably around 30-40 people. It is nicely decorated with a big open bay window facing the Hanover Street. Pretty much most of the restaurants in that area seem to be of same size & style.
Being a vegetarian, my options were limited but I was able to find couple of good options in the menu. I had a Spinach & Ricotta Ravioli and I can say it was very tasty. The Service was good and they seem to be attentive of our needs.
The entire Entree's seemed to be priced around $15-$20. With an Entree & a bottle of Wine split among 5 of us in a group, we ended up paying about ~$21 per head without the tip.
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