I reenacted the movie Trains, Planes & Automobiles to get here. It looked easy enough to get to from the Seaport hotel but the concierge recommended against walking the neighborhood to get there. The neighborhood looked okay enough to me, just basic three level townhouses. Rino's is on the corner. It's got around 15 tables and it is very popular. I got there at 6:30. The lady explained it would be a minimum two hour wait. She suggested going down the street to a local bar and she would call me. I chose to just stand there with the rest of the people and wait. Two and a half hours later I was seated. The wait staff are very nice. It's a small place. The food is interesting. I had lobster fritters with a sweet balsamic sauce. It tasted like nothing I had eaten before. You also get a small house salad and a basket of bread which was pretty mundane. I then got the lobster ravioli, which was wonderful. The tomato cream sauce compliments the ravioli well. I got tiramisu to go because it was getting late. I was told by the server that desserts are not made there and it was just okay. I got back to the hotel around 11:30 triumphant in my quest to try a restaurant I had seen on Diners, Drive Ins & Dives. Would I eat there again? No, because Boston is a great food town. Rino's was an experience. There are other places to try on future visits.