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Grotto

83
TripExpert Score based on reviews in 9 publications
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Excellent

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Top 1% in Boston About the TripExpert Score

9 expert recommendations

37

Boston Globe

Grotto feels like a well-kept secret: The ambience is a bit rough; the dishes sometimes a little unbalanced, but the soul of the cooking and attention to details give spirit to an evening out.

1

Frommer's 34

Grotto's subterranean dining room is a cozy retreat, with contemporary art on the exposed-brick walls and busy servers bustling around the small, crowded space. Full review →

21

Gayot 14.0

Northern Italian creations with bold flavors are what you will discover at this intimate subterranean dining room. Full review →

2

Lonely Planet

Tucked into a basement on the back side of Beacon Hill, this cozy, cavelike place lives up to its name. Full review →

57

Not For Tourists

Good value Italian in a Beacon Hill basement. Full review →

10

Rough Guide

Romance is on the menu at this brick-walled, subterranean Italian spot that’s close to Government Center.

9

Time Out 70

Sink below street level in Beacon Hill for a cozy and decadent Italian meal surrounded by exposed brick, shelves of wine and locally sourced artwork. Full review →

59

Where

Tucked below street level at the point where Beacon Hill meets the West End and Government Center, Grotto is a tiny and charming restaurant with big flavor Full review →

19

Zagat

A "well-kept Beacon Hill secret", this "lovely" "must" delivers "gorgeous" Italian dishes from a "romantic", "hidden" subterranean space overseen by a "delightful, informative" staff. Full review →

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