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Small, hip spot specializing in Italian small plates, pizza, pasta & charcuterie including salumi.- Google
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4 months ago
One if my favorite places in the city. Great local place with tasty food and fun vibe. It's small inside but they do accept limited reservations. Lots of small plates great for sharing and nice wine selection. Interesting pizzas, good pastas and always fun getting random selection of cheeses and sliced meats.
10 months ago
Excellent items included Arancini (fried risotto balls stuffed with fontina)($6), Panino di riccio di Mare (sea urchin and lingua panino with pickled mustard seeds)($9), Gnocchi con Nasturtium (Ricotta gnocchi with nasturtium butter-cacio e pepe)(small size-$16), and Salsiccia pizza (tomato, pork sausage, ricotta, roasted onion and fennel pollen ($16)---even though the latter was too heavy on the pepper in places, however.
a year ago
Delightful Italian influences infuse the menu of this small corner bistro, and the freshness of all their dishes is obvious. Try any of the specials offered to enjoy seasonal and local offerings; my favorite so far has been the fresh pasta with bolognese.
5 months ago
Stopped by for lunch on a quiet late afternoon and ordered a pizza and was not overly impressed. Don't get me wrong, it was good, I just wan't blown away like everyone else appears to be. This place is in a great neighborhood and does have some really patio so I'm sure that adds to the appeal. Oh yeah, and they don't have pepperoni which I found odd.
a month ago
A gem in South End : delicious authentic and tasty italian food, very good place where you will feel like home... Just try it :)
10 months ago
Coppa is essentially the italian version of Toro except for the fact that you can get a reservation at Coppa! Delicious small plates - must try the meatballs. Come hungry because there is always something else you could order