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We are long time patrons of Bertucci's and actually used to visit the original outpost in Somerville on a regular basis. Every visit is generally a great experience with good food, friendly service and and an overall homey vibe. While many think of Bertucci's as a "pizza joint," the restaurant is much more and the recent additions to the menu have really elevated the experience. Incredible appetizers (Artisan Cheese Board and Bruschetta Burrata) and sumptuous entrees (Bistecca and Risotto) make for nice, up-scale dining without the exorbitant price tag. Desserts are all homemade and make for happy endings. The wine list could be deeper, but the selections are on-point with the food. Overall, a wonderful place to visit, which is why we make Bertucci's a regular stop for lunch or dinner. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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It's hard to believe this quaint and quiet city is just 40 miles south of Boston. Then again, Beantown has the best possible influence on the area's dining options. Here's your chance to try all the New England greats without having to endure the urban bustle. Clam chowder, fresh lobster, crab cakes? The restaurants here are doing them right. And if you're feeling adventurous, you can have your seafood Creole or Caribbean style. Like it raw? Attleboro is also home to Japanese sushi bars. For a completely different flavor profile, try any of the city's many great Italian places. Whether your favorite is a thin crust pizza or a hefty calzone, Attleboro's Italian fare will please you.