Everything was great!
Overall, this was a disappointing experience. I didn't go in expecting an earth-shattering dining experience, but I wanted a good dining experience. Casarecce didn't even meet that expectation. We were supposed to meet out of town friends for dinner, but luckily they had to bail to get to the airport. I would have been embarrassed had they come.
Wine list is unimpressive. All mostly mass-produced wines that you can readily have find at your neighborhood package or grocery store. If you're looking for anything unique or interesting, you will be disappointed.
Food - Lackluster to less than that. I had the Bucatini Vonghole. The house-made pasta was too doughy and overcooked. The clams were gritty/sandy. And overall, a severe lack of flavor to the dish. I couldn't have been more disappointed. My wife had the Gnocchi Verde. Better than the bucatini, but average at best. Started with the Burrata. It was fine, nothing special.
We just moved to the neighborhood and it was our first dinner out. Again, we just wanted to find a good place, knowing that it's Hanover Street and tourists, yadda yadda yadda. We won't be going back and we'll try our luck somewhere else.
Food was as amazing as the service! Fabulous wine list and lovely, quaint atmosphere. Lovely meal!
Great food and terrific seevice. Very nice wine selection and friendly well informed service.
Best baked lasagna hands down.
needs a lot of work... chix parm was rubbery the meatballs were the size of golf balls.. lacked presentation and taste.. was really a disappointment..
Our first time at a North End restaurant recently opened. We were initially enticed by the menu as it was varied and sounded authentic. Our food was exemplary as was the service and attention. We ate meatball spring rolls, Caesar salad, the bolognese and rack of lamb. The bread was crusty like Italian bread should be (unlike many of the other Italian restaurants in the north end).
Truly a gem - small and intimate. We’ll be back many times.