Which Italian restaurants in Boston have what you consider to be the best house-made tomato sauce? What makes their sauces better than others? Do they have meat in them or are they meatless? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted by hiddenboston)
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Rino's Place, East Boston, MA.
Dante in Cambridge.
I'm a big fan of Fiorella's in Newton.
Vinny's at Night, in East Somerville - best Italian around, including several North End restaurants.
Cafe Luigi, Bedford. Tastes like a slow-cooked homemade sauce.
Kelley square pub
giacomo's south end!
The arrabiata at D'Parma Winthrop.
Rino's Place in Eastie.
Da Vinci in Back Bay
Chrissy L. wrote:
I could drink pleasant cafe's sauce. I order pints to go.
Buster M. wrote:
Love the Pleasant as well. It is pissah!
Rich S. wrote:
Fiorella's in Newton. If they put it in a glass, I'd drink it.
Ken O. wrote:
Teresa's in Middleton is great!
Sweet Basil in Needham.
Bocelli's in Medford
Marty F. wrote:
Thrilled everyone named the contenders for 2nd place, the absolute best OMG true Italian Gravy belongs to the best Italian Restaurant in the North End, drumroll. ... Ricardo's. Manga Manga
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