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Prezza
Italian Restaurant$$$
Today 4:00 – 9:00 pm
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24 Fleet St Boston, MA 02113
24 Fleet StUSMABoston02113
(617) 227-1577prezza.com
$$$Italian Restaurant, BarToday 4:00 – 9:00 pm
Monday 5:30 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:30 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:30 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:30 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 10:30 pmSaturday 5:00 – 10:30 pmSunday 4:00 – 9:00 pm
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A cozy ambiance for upscale, modern interpretations of Italian peasant fare, with handmade pastas.- Google
People talk about pork chop, gnocchi, soft shell crab, white chocolate bread pudding and appetizers
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Kaitlin M
reviewed 7 months ago
I've lived in Boston for years and never been to Prezza! What a mistake! I went on a Sunday evening with a party of 6 for my Dad's birthday. It was a party of 6. We got a few salads to start and 2 desserts to split. It's a group that loves their liquor, and it came to about $590 (with tip). Not too bad! But not cheap. Details: Staff: the staff was accommodating, nice, thoughtful, and came over not too much but not too little. She had good recommendations, too! Wish I could remember out waitress' name! Ambience: the music was great--not too loud, but when I did notice it, it was always something fun and either an oldy or just catchy. Salads: We had the 'gem' and another salad. Both were great, big so we ordered 3 and split them. Drinks: I had a great glass of rose, I know other people enjoyed their wines and cocktails. I think the bartender did a great job b/c my dad, his brother, and my aunt kept ordering their original drink rather than switching to wine! Main courses: 3 people I came with had the pork chop, and they were obsessed with it. Completely happy with their choice. It was giant, but they all said they'd come back and get that again. 2 had the gnocchi--it was really great. Tiny little gnocchi in a wonderful sauce. I couldn't finish, but it was really great. 1 had the chicken parm. She loved it and could only make it through about half and took the rest home for dinner. Desserts: We had a chocolate cake and a lemoncello cheesecake. Both were fun and festive, but I love chocolate, so that gets higher reviews from me. Great place for a celebration! (And for parents)
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Rob Sampogna
reviewed 11 months ago
Great spot in the North End! Service was great, location/interior was great, and the amazing menu made it hard to only choose one! The waiter said they change some items seasonally, and made a point to mention his favorites on the menu. It's an upscale place, but it didn't feel pretentious at all! Quality food with a great vibe.
Chris Krause
reviewed a year ago
Best Italian restaurant in Boston. Consistently excellent food and top notch service. Also good for special occasions where they don't fleece you like a lot of restaurants with a bogus special menu with tiny portions and big prices - just the regular menu which is superb. Also great wine list with very reasonable markups.
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Nick Sampogna
reviewed 11 months ago
Had a pretty decent meal here with friends; our waiter was very knowledgeable of the menu and was able to help us narrow down the list of many great options. He raved about the Corn Raviolini (which he said people wait all year for), and it did not disappoint. A truly well drafted dish, with pancetta and rock shrimp, great flavor all around. The place was very well priced, and a definite stand out among the many North End Italian restaurants.
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Tim Taylor
reviewed a year ago
Joined friends for dinner late. They had ordered their dinner and eaten their appetizers. they were also into their 2nd $200 bottle of champagne. i got lost because the street Prezza is on has TWO names and TWO street signs. i read the 2nd one and marched all the way down Hanover to water and back before a valet told me about the signage problem. arrived at 10:05. no greeter, no hostess, no hello from the bar help. in fact, i thought i walked into a private party! then saw my friends in the dining area and joined them. sat awhile and no waiter. then the waiter came to tell me the kitchen was closed. i said i would be happy with some simple boiled pasta and sauce, to be kind to them really. i was starved and looked forward to food. waiter came back from kitchen and said..."they dumped the water." "the kitchen is closed" my friends did not have their entree delivered yet. it was one of the most awkward moments i've ever had in a restaurant. here's a 600+ tab being run, and they have NO food that can be fried, sauteed, prepped to come out with me friends' dinner? and worse, they waiter offers to bring a plate of proscuiotto and mozzarella? i'm on a healthy heart diet, ant that's all fat, can't eat that for a late dinner! i had bread, a few glasses of very good champagne. sat while my friends ate. everyone was uncomfortable and had an awkward time. the wait staff is awful the kitchen is unaccomodating. i did taste a bite of the massive pork loin chop...it was flavorful on the outside and veggies were nicely arranged, but them meat inside was dull/plain and dry to mealy. sorry to say how disappointing this place was. what restaurant doesn't feed hungry customers? in this economy, you have restaurants fighting for ideas to bring people in and run up a bill. evidently, Prezza doesn't need customers. fine with me, there are dozens of as good or better places on streets that are named clearly, with waitstaff who tells the kitchen how to show customers service. this place lacked all that.
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Stacy DellOrfano
reviewed 3 years ago
tony's portions are well worth the price! he adds a touch of class to the ne and does it with taste and style! if you want a more casual experience grab a seat at the bar and enjoy their vast wine list, one of the best in the ne.