2009 BEST North End Restaurant, Neighborhood
Although bookended by Giacomo’s and the Daily Catch, both teeming with out-of-towners, Pomodoro remains curiously tourist-resistant. That’s a good thing: more antipasto for us! The entrées, like the veal scaloppine with sweet onion-balsamic sauce, are better quality than those found throughout the rest of the North End, and are priced at $24 or less. With just nine teensy tables and an economical wine list, Pomodoro’s perfect for a no-frills, no-fuss night out.
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