Phantom Gourmet’s Dan Andelman explores some great Italian restaurants outside the city limits.
Chef Dante de Magistris is an artist; crafting each dish with technique, precision and patience; using authentic Italian recipes that are time tested and palate approved.
Three’s a spot on the South Shore that serves huge portions of family-style Italian food, and where it feels like Sunday supper seven nights a week.
Most restaurants serve pasta on a plate or in a bowl, but at Mia Regazza on Route 18 in Abington, they stuff it inside a lobster. It’s one of the most indulgent lobster dishes in New England, and it’s only part of the story.
The oldest neighborhood in Boston is one of the top Italian dining destinations in America. These are Phantom’s picks for the eight greatest places to eat in the North End.
Whether you like your pizza simply made with tomato sauce and cheese or are looking for more creative combinations, the following MetroWest pizza shops have plenty of pizzas to pick from.
Celebrate National Meatball Day on March 9 at these locations throughout Boston, which serve up the best meatball dishes around.
Whether you’re on break or on the run, Boston has some great restaurants that provide fast service and quality foods for cravings of all kinds. Here are a handful of great spots that you need to try.
If you’re too busy to cook for the family, there are plenty of restaurants that specialize in home-style food to go.