My husband and I were on our first trip to Boston and wanted to eat in Little Italy. Our daughter had been there and recommended Giacomo's. I read a review that stated that the wait time could be up to 2 hours so we decided to get there when they opened at 4:30. There was already a party of 13 people ahead of us. The place is small so it's a little tight but the food is so good that it's worth it. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We had fried calamari for an appetizer which was very good. I had linguine with shrimp and scallops in marinara sauce. It was delicious. Make sure you have money with you because they don't accept debit or credit cards. There is an ATM right across the street. When we were leaving there was a long line waiting to get in. A couple of people stopped us and asked if it was worth it and we said "Definitely". Eat at Giacomo's and enjoy.
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