The only downside to Giulia might be its small size, making reservations harder to get. But, it also makes it more intimate. Have gone twice, and the second visit confirmed that the original "wow, this is great food" reaction, was no fluke. Each course was as good as the prior one, and they rival any Boston restaurant. Boston prices also, but deservedly so (although house-made fizzy water is a good deal, and there was a classy declination of a tip on returning the coats that were checked). In addition, the staff is of equal high quality-gracious, solicitous, but not overly so (refilling water, checking regularly on anything needed, etc.). Went before a show at the A.R.T., made it known, and waitress wrote down our desired departure time- one of several nice touches. Hope to go again before word spreads and there is a need to reserve months ahead.
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