Here at Bricco, we take pride in giving you excellent service and memorable experience whenever you dine with us. Here are a couple of reviews from our customers in the past month! Read more of them below.
Delicious food and drinks in a very busy setting. While place is fairly dinky lit, and tables are tightly packed together. Like it or not you’ll end up interacting with the neighboring table…
Frutta appetizer was light battered and fresh. Great presentation.
Roasted garlic, olive oil, and hummus for bread dipping.
We enjoyed the veal chop and seafood medley. Perfectly prepared and delicious.
Lobster mashed potatoes were a great spin with two pieces of claw meat mixed in.
- Jesse B.
I spent a great evening at Bricco with my family for my wife’s birthday. The space has a great vibe and we really enjoyed the food. We had a Bricco brodetto, pappardelle and veal Valdostana, which were superb. Our server Natalia was the loveliest. She took great care of us, suggesting a great selection of wines and helping with some gluten-free options for our son. She was thoughtful with every little detail of our dining experience. We’ll definitely visit again soon.
- Mark C.
Their homemade pasta reminds me of what you can only get in Italy; delicate , cooked to perfection with incredible flavor.
This place is worth the price, and wait for a table. It’s excellent!
- Krista F.
Great Dinner! This is a great dinner spot. The food is delicious, the atmosphere is nice, and the staff is incredibly helpful. I attended with 8 other guests – all ordered different dishes and all enjoyed their dinners
- Rebecca F
Fine Italian Dining in the North End
The food, service and atmosphere at Bricco were all very good. We’d certainly recommend it to anyone seeking out fine Italian food in Boston’s North End. One of the best spots we’ve found there. Reservations were handled seamlessly and our table was ready (on a Saturday night before the Marathon) as soon as we arrived. We had a Buffalo Mozerella Caprese salad which was nice and delicious. My wife had the 7 spice chicken which was also very good. The star of the night was the duck duo (a seared breast with a confit leg). The flavors were outstanding and the duck juices blended in with the roasted vegetables to make them delicious. The wine list is very extensive and the Sangiovese we chose quite pleasing. Try Bricco, you won’t be disappointed.
If you are ever in the North End and find yourself looking for an authentic Italian restaurant, head on over to Bricco Ristorante! Call us now or visit our website to see our menus and make a reservation.