Quinzani's Bakery was founded in 1918 by Libero and Ovideo Quinzani, two brothers who immigrated to the United…More States from Italy. Their European-style breads soon became a staple around Boston and at local restaurants.
Since those humble beginnings, Quinzani's has evolved into a state-of-the-art facility, servicing many of New England's most beloved sub shops and restaurants.
The Wine Emporium 474 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02118 With over 1,000 types of wines, wine connoisseurs will find themselves in heaven at the South End's Wine Emporium.…More Its selection includes wines from New Zealand, California, France and Italy. It also features dessert wines as well as beer and alcohol varieties. Currently, its specialty and most popular wine is the Argentine Malbec (Red). Wine Emporium is open every day and offers private and corporate wine tastings.
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.