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About Euno Ristorante
Nestled in the heart of Boston's historic North End, Euno is a hidden gem serving only the finest in Italian and Mediterranean cuisine and wines. From exquisite Seafood to Osso Bucco to tender Pollo Parmigian our culinary artists will create a delightful dish to satisfy each and every palate. And if it's a taste of Americana you desire, please enjoy our classic Filet Mignon or world famous Boston Lobster (served in-season only). Voted Most Romantic and highly recommended by celebrity chef Rachael Ray, we are open nightly for dinner at 5pm. Buon Appetito. Enjoy!
Boston, MA 02113
Hours of Operation:
Sunday thru Thursday 5pm-10pm, Fridays & Saturdays 5pm-11pm.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Special occasions only. Please phone ahead.
Public Lot on adjacent Cooper Street (intersecting)
Banquet, Beer, Entertainment, Fireplace, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Private parties are always welcome. For your comfort and enjoyment we seat two individual dining rooms.
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For private parties and events, Euno is the place to be. We offer two distinct dining rooms, each accomodating 40 guests or more. Enjoy the romantic ambience of our Tuscan wine cellar or opt for street-level dining ala Venezia. Our menu can be refined to accomodate most tastes and needs. Enjoy!
Euno Ristorante Ratings and Reviews
Top-notch experience at Euno. We had to change our reservation a couple of times and the staff was very accommodating.
When we arrived, we were greeted warmly and treated graciously. Our server knew that we were having a friends' reunion and gave us all the time we needed to chat before ordering each course.
We tried several things on the menu and all were perfectly executed by the kitchen. We ordered the truffled gnocchi entree as an appetizer for the table and each got our own serving (this is a must try dish). The ingredients and combinations of the menu and specials show just the right amount of creativity along with very fine traditional preparations. Great meal, great service, great ambience, highly recommend!
This is a cozy place, with delicious food and terrific service. A nice restaurant for a date night or romantic dinner, but also good for a group of friends to enjoy an authentic Italian meal. Our waiter was helpful at choosing a wine and commenting on their specialties. Their stuffed artichoke appetizer was absolutely amazing, a must have! The pasta bolognaise and veal chop were delicious! We highly recommend this north end restaurant.
Went there on a Saturday night where there weren't many people in the restaraunt and were seated right away. Ordered drinks which then took 5/10 mins to get to our table, we placed only entrees to eat which took about an hour to get to our table. My fish was very underwhelming, something i could definitely do better at home and the other dish the lamb combo was just average. I couldnt imagine how long it would take if it was a full restaraunt. I definitely wont be going back especially with the much better experiences I've had in the north end.
Had my wife’s birthday here. It’s a nice spot, waiter was smooth and friendly. Food was good, didn’t blow me away and prob the not the best spot in the North End. But was better than average.
So go there for a bit of ambience and some good food but not if you are or hosting eager foodies.
As usual, great food and service. There was a small delay in one entree though we were kept well informed. To our delight, our server took the initiative to bring desserts on the house to share to make up for this glitch. This is our go-to in the North End, and we live in the area and have our choice. Thank you!
We were joining friends for a double birthday celebration on Friday evening. When we had a transportation glitch, and called to say we were going to be slightly late, they reassured us they would save the table. We were greeted warmly when we arrived and were seated at the the exact table I had requested-in the wine cellar. Our food was outstanding! Three of us got the bolognese on home made pasta and one got the veal chop. All meals were mouth watering with the veal chop being the envy of the table-especially to our resident "grillmaster". We so appreciated our waiter presented us with complimentary lemoncello at dessert time. We had a warm wonderful celebration that became the topic of conversation for the rest of the weekend. When we have the chance to be in Boston again, we will certainly choose Euno Ristorante as one of our North End favorites.
Overall a good restaurant, food was very good but nothing stood out as spectacular. I had the monkfish, which was quite tasty, and my friend had the salmon, which he enjoyed thoroughly. The food came out in an acceptable amount of time, not too slow, not too fast. Overall pleasurable, although on our next trip to North Boston we'll likely try something new.
We had dinner here this past weekend. It was our first time and definitely will not be our last. It was a wonderful experience. The atmosphere is intimate and very conducive to quiet conversation. The food was fantastic. We had roasted tomato with prosciutto and fresh mozzarella and an order of meatballs for starters. My wife had Bolognese and I had gnocchi with mushrooms in a cream sauce. Both were outstanding. The service was impeccable. Our server, Khalid, made the evening memorable. I can't recommend Ristorante Euno any higher.
It was our first time in Boston and wanted to find a nice Italian restaurant in he North End. It was a very romantic setting and I would recommend, although a little pricey. The Caesar salad was good, as well as the meatball special appetizer, but only 2 small meatballs, wish there was a couple more. We were split on our main course. The chicken dish we ordered, similar to chicken parm, was not great, seemed a little well done. However the gnocchi dish in a cream sauce with truffle oil was fantastic. I would definitely go back just for that.
Nice, little North-end Italian place with terrific pasta and solid service. Bolognese may or may not be the best in town, but it is very good. The Pappardelle with Parmesan cream sauce and prosciutto was way past very good, as in, yes, I wiped the bowl with my bread. Only drawback was a large table of large people with loud voices saying nothing intelligible for all to hear. What are you going to do? Food was great. A tatch pricey, but worth it. I would go back if given the opportunity.
A very charming restaurant on Salem Street in the North End. I took a friend there for a birthday celebration. The artichoke appetizer was excellent and our pasta dishes were delicious. The service could not have been better. I would definitely recommend this restaurant.
We had an amazing meal and will anxiously await a return. The artichoke appetizers was wonderful... and so beautifully presented. The buffalo mozzarella special with roasted tomato was wonderful as well. Our entrees were delicious - my husband had a veal chop with a sauce that was unbelievable. My gnocchi and mushrooms was delicious as well. And to top off the wonderful meal was impeccable service — made our meal and will definitely have us planning a return. Many thanks for a special evening out!
We had a lovely meal here. Very easy to get to and quite cozy. Beautiful decore, very clean restaurant.
Wait staff was friendly and attentive.
Downstairs function room has classic Italian decore.
I would definitely recommend this spot.
Menu might be considered by some to be limited
Understandably this was a busy night for boston... reservation for 830pm... we weren’t seated until 940pm. Food was excellent though. Wait staff was entertaining. Worth the wait, but had the weather been cold or rainy we would have left and gone somewhere else.
- We were seated early for our reservation, a plus.
- Our waiter was surly. They were busy, and understaffed. Still, no excuse for surliness. (e.g. didn't pour wine, just left it on the table, both times).
- We waited over an hour for our meals. They were very good, but 2 (of 5) were just 'warm'.
- We were comped $24 for 2 appetizers on our $300+ bill. It would have be a nicer gesture to comp one of our 2 $58 bottles of wine - especially since we ordered the second one because of our long wait.
This venue is intimate but also,has a room downstairs for larger groups...nice as it limited the noise in the upstairs dining room . The food on the menu was great, the nightly specials were amazing. I asked our server whom I believe was the owner...for a wine recommendation...I was looking for something from Italy that had a full bodied flavor. He recommended an Italian wine that was perfectly suited for what I had described....most importantly not the most expensive bottle on the wine list.
The next time I’m in Boston this will be a repeat visit.
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