A friend and I ate at this bustling spot on Tremont Street very close to the Emerson theater and next to the Boston Common. We loved our respective dishes-each with handmade pasta. The Orecchiette Spicy Pork Sausage, Rapini, Garlic dish was good (a bit salty so I should have asked for reduced salt if possible, but still good!) and the special gnocchi dish with a sweet sauce was delicious. The salad was also excellent. Wish we had time to try out an antipasto which looked great - or maybe a small pizza. So many choices - we will have to return. I ate here a few years ago and first time back, very pleased. Make a reservation as they are quite busy. It’s also a bit noisy if you want quiet I would go at an off hour (not Saturday night!). Restroom is downstairs. Waitstaff very attentive. Bread soft and delicious. I don’t have photos since we are our food up without thinking about that (and had to get to an 8 pm show). I’ll be back!
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