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Mamma Maria

617-523-0077  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 3 North Square, Boston, MA 02113

CUISINE: Italian

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

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Mamma Maria's enticing Italian menu includes baked oysters and pan-seared sea scallops as appetizers, with mains such as grilled yellowfin tuna over squid-ink linguini.

Full bar. Serving dinner nightly.

From the restaurant's website:

"One of the most memorable features of Mamma Maria is the wonderful and striking view of downtown Boston. Our restaurant sits on a small hill overlooking the city. Floor-to-ceiling windows reveal a dramatic panorama contrasting the Boston skyline with the cobblestones of North Square - the oldest public square in America - and home to many pivotal figures in American history: Cotton Mather in the 17th century, Paul Revere in the 18th, Charles Dickens and Honey Fitz in the 19th century and Rose Kennedy in the 20th century."


"In a town house overlooking the Paul Revere House, the best restaurant in the North End offers innovative cuisine in a sophisticated yet comfortable setting."
- Frommer's

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Mamma Maria's enticing Italian menu includes baked oysters and pan-seared sea scallops as appetizers, with mains such as grilled yellowfin tuna over squid-ink linguini.

 

From the restaurant's website:

"One of the most memorable features of Mamma Maria is the wonderful and striking view of downtown Boston. Our restaurant sits on a small hill overlooking the city. Floor-to-ceiling windows reveal a dramatic panorama contrasting the Boston skyline with the cobblestones of North Square - the oldest public square in America - and home to many pivotal figures in American history: Cotton Mather in the 17th century, Paul Revere in the 18th, Charles Dickens and Honey Fitz in the 19th century and Rose Kennedy in the 20th century."


"In a town house overlooking the Paul Revere House, the best restaurant in the North End offers innovative cuisine in a sophisticated yet comfortable setting."
- Frommer's

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Full bar. Serving dinner nightly.

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