Dining Out in Boston
The North End of Boston is well known for its historic setting and classic Italian cuisine. The streets are lined with restaurants one after another featureing a dish all their own but right on the corner of Richmond and Salem is the place to dine.
Bacco restaurant is referred to as one of the most romantic restaurants in Boston. The main dining room located on the second floor has a décor of beauty that gives you the feel of being right in Italia. Bacco features a convivial bar with beautiful mahogany floor to ceiling windows overlooking the freedom trail.
Recently owner of, “The Women of Boston” Maria Paola made her way in for dinner and leaving pleased was an understatement. She began with a crisp glass of Villa Sandi, Veneto Prosecco reasonably priced at $9 per glass and to accompany the clearly fresh and perfectly battered fried calamari. She raved about her entrée of chicken parmesan having proper texture and the sauce a tasty hint of sweetness. She finished off her meal digging into a homemade tiramisu and fine Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, 2012-Villamedoro, Abruzzo.
Paola will be back to meet friends for a martini, a glass wine or settle into the banquets and relax with a leisurely dinner. She could see that Bacco is setting the standard for true Italian cuisine aficionados for more than a decade, Bacco continues its tradition of providing pure classic flavors and said the service was superior.
Only steps away from the Old North Church and Paul Revere's house. Bacco offers a contemporary and elegant atmosphere, showcases classic and regional Italian dishes with a modern flair. For an after work fix or kick back casual time, Sunday through Thursday they have $5 appetizers at the bar from 5pm-7pm. To view more of the menu visit www.bacconorthend.com.
Bacco Ristorante & Bar is located at 107 Salem Street North End Boston, for reservations call 617.624.0454.