Boston's Best Italian RestaurantsBoston has a robust Italian heritage and still has the cuisine to prove it.
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Phantom Gourmet: Marco's In PeabodyMarco's Restaurant on Route One in Peabody is a humble 60 seat eatery that seems more like Naples than the North Shore.
Phantom Gourmet: Great 8 Meatballs Out of all the meatballs in every Italian restaurant and sub shop around, these are the 8 Greatest Phantom has ever found.
Phantom Gourmet: Mast' In Boston's Downtown CrossingThere's Italian being spoken in the kitchen, an imported wood burning oven from Naples, and pizzas that will make you smile.
Phantom Gourmet: Prezo In MilfordAt Prezo Bar and Grill in Milford they make all of that Italian food you love with authentic, time-tested recipes.
Phantom Gourmet: Cucina D In BedfordTucked away in an office park in in Bedford, Cucina D has quickly become a go to spot for big plates of hearty, heartwarming Italian cuisine and old school family recipes.
Phantom Gourmet: Rossetti In LynnPhantom finds Italian flavor is a family affair in Lynn.
Phantom Gourmet: Italian Cuisine In The SuburbsPhantom Gourmet's Dan Andelman explores some great Italian restaurants outside the city limits.
Phantom Gourmet: Il Casale In LexingtonChef 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.
Phantom Gourmet: Bella's Italian Food In RocklandThree’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.
Phantom Gourmet: Mia Regazza In AbingtonMost 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.