Joe V's 315 Shawmut Ave, Boston, MA02118 Joe V's specializes in American-Italian foods, such as the hot Italian sausage, sauteed with basil and asiago cheese…More with rigatoni. The dinner prices basically are between $15 to $20 and options include chicken scallopini, baked haddock and burgers. The restaurant also has a selection of pizzas, from your standard cheese pie to fig pizza, which is topped with goat cheese, pears and arugula. Additionally, Joe V's has a sizable beer and wine menu to help you find something to complement your meal.
Casa Design Boston 460 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Located inside the SOWA gallery cluster at 460 Harrison (formerly Thayer Street), Casa Design is a 2,500-sq.-ft.…More boutique showroom that combines form and function for a truly unique assortment of furniture. Proprieter Zhanna Drogobetsky's parents owned Italian Interiors in Watertown, so design runs in her family. From the bedroom to the office, Casa Design's funky, tasteful choices reflect an eye for enduring classics with modern tweaks and a weakness for fine Italian designers.
New York Pizza 435 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA02118 Located on the corner of Columbus and Massachusetts avenues, New York Pizza offers a range of authentic Italian food. It…More can accommodate small orders that include a single slice or cater to a large party for friends and family. New York Pizza makes its pizza, calzones, grinders, pasta and seafood to order. It also provides coupon specials and has an extensive catering menu.
Da Vita Boston Dialysis Center 660 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 DaVita's Boston Dialysis Center offers in-center hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and acute hemodialysis for patients…More with chronic kidney failure and renal disease. DaVita, which is Italian for "giving life," operates a network of over 1,000 dialysis facilities across the country, which served approximately 122,000 patients as of June, 2010.
Giacomo's Restaurant 431 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02116 Giacomo's Restaurant offers interesting art as part of its decor, an intimate atmosphere, and homey Italian food.…More Signature dishes include the frutti di mare and the butternut squash ravioli, and diners can enhance their meals with some wine.
Coppa 253 Shawmut Ave, Boston, MA02118 From the people that brought you Toro on Washington, comes Coppa. This Italian-style eatery is simultaneously spacious…More and intimate. Patio seating is offered during the warmer months, at tables nestled next to the slow-paced Shawmut Street. Diners can taste a pitcher of the specialty drink, the Aperol Spritz.
Anchovies 433 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02116 Anchovies is a dark, cozy place, shaped like a railway car and always busy -- everything you want in a neighborhood…More bar/restaurant. The decor is interesting: the "Electric Ave." street sign usually draws a laugh, and the kitchen is open late, serving such specialties as lasagna, chicken, eggplant parm and Italian Nachos.
Stella 1525 Washington St, Boston, MA02118 Located on the corner of Washington and East Brookline streets, Stella offers new takes on classic Italian cuisine,…More inspired by the varied traditions of all the peninsula's regions. Stella also offers numerous accomodations to its guests, including outdoor patio seating and glamorous views of their terrazzino as well as late-night dining. Stella now features a new dining room for private parties and has an adjacent cafe offering coffee, pastries and pre-made meals.
Da Vinci Ristorante 162 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02116 Da Vinci Ristorante is an upscale Italian restaurant located in Boston's South End. The restaurant is open for dinner…More daily, offering an array of dishes to patrons. The menu includes antipasti such as beef carpaccio, caprese salad and mussels as well as a range of entrees including Butternut Squash Agnolotti, Pan Seared Salmon and Osso Bucco. Da Vinci Ristorante also boasts a full bar with specialty Da Vinci-named cocktails and offers a prix fixe menu. For further inquiries or to make a reservation, phone Da Vinci Ristorante.
Rocca, located near the intersection of Harrison Avenue and Randolph Street, specializes in the culinary traditions…More of Liguria, a coastal region in Northwestern Italy. It offers an extensive selection of seafood, both raw and cooked, in addition to other Italian favorites, such as gnocchetti and its own braised pork. Rocca also offers a Sunday brunch and features a large slection of cocktails and wine.
The restaurant is also outfitted with the Albany Room, which can fit up to 14 guests, and the Harrison Room, which can fit up to 60 guests.