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“Abbondanza!”
Review of Antonio's

Antonio's
Ranked #329 of 3,309 Restaurants in Boston
Price range: $0 - $12
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Dining options: Dinner, Reservations
Neighborhood: Beacon Hill
Reviewed January 12, 2014

Warm greeting on a cold winters day. I've been there many times and it serves as a counterbalance to the (good, but formal) French <<Pierro>> next door. Waitress was smart, fast, and happy. Lunch special (veal in red "gravy" and mushrooms with mozzarella) had medallions of veal that were real (not ground) and very filling for $11. The tiramisu was damp at the bottom with the amarretto brandy/kahlua and perfect. Just perfect. The crowd was a mix of MGH nurses, doctors, and their friends and the North End of Boston on an outing. Everyone was happy. And why not? This is a finder and a keeper.

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Thank island04575
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Reviewed December 17, 2013

This small restaurant is at the foot of Beacon Hill near Mass general Hospital. serves only wine and beer and after dinner drinks, however, the quality of the meal was surprising. One of the best dinning experiences in a long time. Staff very friendly and were happy to provide gluten free meals.

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Reviewed December 13, 2013 via mobile

This place is located across from Mass General Hospital. Family run business with authentic Italian food. Genuine wait staff, very helpful. Small place with not so many tables. They serve bread and dipping oil before the meal. Meals are generously portioned and PHENOMENAL! I can't wait to go back and definitely recommend it to anyone who asks!!

Thank Mbotaish
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Reviewed November 30, 2013

We're from out of town, ate at Antonios while staying overnight for a family member to have tests at Mass General. The house wine was pretty good, tomato sauce was a little bland, the meatballs were OK, and the waitress was very abrupt. Cold bread is served with the meal, and if you want olive oil instead of butter the waitress brings the oil/vinegar salad set to the table. The prices are probably average for city eating, but I just don't like a la carte. I know it's probably the norm in cities (I'm from central Maine), but it feels like a way to charge more . My modest pasta dish with the house salad and wine was around $25. The rest of my party didn't order salad so paid less.

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Thank woodsdweller
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Reviewed November 9, 2013

We followed the advice on Tripadvisor and went here for a meal. The food was plentiful and good. The mussel and shrimp special was great value and piping hot. Would thoroughly recommend this place. Good service and good value.

Thank JohnDN
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