12 North End Restaurants Participating in Dine Out Boston

By Phil Orlandella

Twelve North End eateries are participating in the 2017 Dine Out Boston program that is celebrating its 16th year of providing diners an opportunity to enjoy the North End’s unique historic atmosphere and restauranteurs a chance to bring in new customers.

Formally, Restaurant Week, over 150 restaurants are taking part in the multi-day specially priced lunches and dinners presented by the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau (GBCVB) and sponsored by American Express.

Diners have numerous choices as they enjoy the finest Italian cooking coupled with significant savings. The program’s flexible pricing structure benefits the restaurants and guests alike.

Eateries can customize the lunch and dinner menus by choosing price points: lunch for $15, $20 or $25 and dinner for $28, $33, or $38 and can offer as many courses as they desire at their selected prices.

“Dine Out Boston spotlights Boston as one of America’s premier destinations, providing patrons with a unique opportunity to enjoy exceptional value, variety and hospitality in Greater Boston Restaurants,” said Patrick B. Moscaritolo, President and CEO of GBCVB.

Diners can take advantage of the many historic sites in the North End such as the Old North Church, Paul Revere’s House, Paul Revere Mall and Rachel Revere Park.

Several beautiful parks are located on the outskirts of the community including The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway and Christopher Columbus Park plus a beautiful view of Boston Harbor.

Dine Out Boston runs from August 8-11 and August 13-18.

Participating restaurants include: Antico Forno, Aria Trattoria, Bacco, Cantina Italiano, Lucca North End, Nico Ristorante, Ristorante Fiore, Ristorante Villa Francesca, Strega, Terramia Ristorante and Tresca.

            Find one that features your appetite and budget.

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