/ Seafood, Italian, Restaurant
#77 of 8605 places to eat in Boston
ClosedOpens at 17:00
Italian, Mediterranean, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: $31-60
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24 Fleet St
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Come here for some rest after a long walk around St. Stephen's Roman Catholic Church. The Italian and Mediterranean menus attract visitors searching for positive impressions. Being at this restaurant, degust mouthwatering scallops, tagliatelle bolognese and white pudding. You may be offered such food as good white chocolate bread pudding, pudding and vanilla ice cream, come here and try them. A lot of visitors order delicious amarone wine, martinis or cordial. Great chocolate frappe or good americano are among the most often ordered drinks at Prezza.

Come to this place to celebrate an anniversary, wedding, or a birthday party in a beautiful interior. A number of reviewers find the staff attentive. This spot is remarkable for its fabulous service. You will appreciate attractive prices. It's always a good idea to try something new, enjoying the lovely atmosphere. This restaurant is honored with the score of 4.4 on Zomato.

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Crispy Shrimp: The shrimp were really large and had a chipotle like sauce. Great combination with the sauce, where neither was overbearing. They both complimented each other perfectly. Pumpkin/Lobster Ravioli: I never thought that pumpkin and lobster, but each bite was incredibly tasty. Prezza really impressed me with this dish. I'm normally a VERY fast eater, but I had to slow myself to indulge in the flavor combination that was entering my palate. Staff: MacKenzie (hostess) and Effrain (server) were very knowledgeable with recommendations and helped with a great wine to compliment the ravioli.
We had a great first visit here the other night.  Lets start with the vibe and setting.  The tables are well-spaced and the ambiance is really nice for a quiet dinner.  It would be great for a group too but on a Tuesday, it was relatively quiet which is what we were looking for. The service was excellent with good advice and attention to details.   We had the tuna tartare and the scallop crudo to start.  The tartare is HUGE and definitely shareable.  It was really nice tuna with just a few crisps to add some texture.  The scallop crudo was bigger than your typical crudo and had a really nice blend of textures and flavors. For mains, we had the scallops and halibut which were both excellent.  The halibut had just a schmear of butternut squash and a nice, but modest, portion of brussel sprouts.  If you order this expecting much more than the fish, you should get a side.  We didnt need to do that and with a starter, were definitely full by the end. The cocktail list is EXCELLENT and the Cinghiale was a nice twist on a manhattan with the smoke of scotch instead of bourbon.  The wine menus is extensive and the choices by the glass are great.  We went albarino and rosso di montalcino which were both terrific. We couldnt stay for dessert but there were definitely interesting choices and a great bourbon list (and other things too) with probably 40-50 to choose from just for the bourbons. We really enjoyed our dinner which had to be quick and will be back!
Everyone must try!!!! It's my absolutely favorite Italian in town! It's cozy and really nice inside, service is always good and food is always delicious !!! Their menu has many options, it's not only pasta and honestly I've tried so many dishes here and all of them are a 10! Always a go to place for a date or dinner family ! I love it
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24 Fleet St, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
No outdoor seating Booking Parking Wheelchair accessible Сredit cards accepted No Wi-Fi No takeaway TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 16:00-21:00
MondayMon 17:00-22:00
TuesdayTue 17:00-22:00
WednesdayWed 17:00-22:00
ThursdayThu 17:00-22:00
FridayFri 17:00-22:30
SaturdaySat 17:00-22:30

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