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“Boston's North End grows up”
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Cafe Quattro
Cuisines: Cafe
Neighborhood: Downtown
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Neighborhood: Downtown
Reviewed April 11, 2013

Remember the name Depasquale. If you drop in to Boston's "Little Italy", the North End, you will see the name on 5 or 6 restaurants, a bakery, a fresh pasta store and an upscale hotel. Move over Mario Batali. We stopped in at Cafe Quattro and had a fig pizza and the sea food risotto. Most of the Italian food in the North End is one version or another of red sauce on pasta. Quattro is the real deal without breaking the bank. The risotto was heavenly. The pizza was so good it could have been on the dessert menu. Brick oven fired pizza, fresh meats including home made sausages roasting on an industrial size rotisserie, and fresh bread just baked from his store down Hanover St. Eat light for lunch or sit down for an evening meal. Good stuff. It may be a while before I get back to Quattro because I will need to try his other places, too. The service was friendly and always there when you needed them. They seem genuinely happy to be working there.

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Thank Jerry B
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Reviewed October 3, 2012

Too bad, too -- great value. Supposedly plan to reopen in another location. Can't say any more -- that's all I know.

Thank Seeitgo
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Reviewed October 4, 2011

A favorite of Suffolk University students (of which this reviewer is one), Cafe Quattro has great food at a price that can't be beat. The main draw of Quattro is the pizza, which is served in very large slices. A pizza slice and a drink can be had for less than $5, which is wonderful if you're hungry and on a budget (which is why Suffolk students love this place so much). Quattro also has very good sandwiches and a small variety of Italian desserts such as biscotti, tiramisu and cannoli.

Go to Cafe Quattro if you're touring Boston and are looking to have a tasty, filling lunch without breaking the bank.

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Thank Andrew F
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