Boston is known for Italian restaurants and seafood, but it also has a fair share of great Greek eats.
The grill fires up prime steaks and seafood. The wood burning oven fires pizzas around 900 degrees. Housemade pastas are plated to perfection. No, this isn’t Tuscany. It’s Tosca.
Talk about Food Fantasy… what if you combined an all-you-can-eat Brazilian barbecue, and hearty, home-style Italian fare. That’s the one-of-a-kind combination you’ll find at the Chama Grill.
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When you live outside the city, making the trek to Boston’s North End can be a bit of an effort. But no need to head there specifically for pizza when many area bars and restaurants have just as good of recipes.
Who doesn’t like pizza? It is quick, affordable, cheesy, tasty and at these spots around Boston, cooked in a brick oven with a crisp crust.
An Italian man divorced his wife because she cheated on him 60 years ago.