I know, you’re probably thinking, “Why is this guy writing about Boston on a dating blog?” Well, I live in the area and like to help locals out as much as I can. If you’re spending time using any of the sext dating apps and you live in the local area then you’re in luck. One of the best and most romantic places you can take a date is an Italian restaurant. If you are lucky enough to live in the Boston area, you know that there are superb restaurants that specialize in Italian cuisine all over the most trendy and popular spots in the area. Here is a list of the 10 best Italian restaurants in the Boston area to help you narrow down your choices.
Best Italian Restaurants In Boston (Top 10 List)
Every restaurant listed is great if you’re looking for a place to take someone on a date. Trust me, I’ve been to all of them on many occasions. They’re well worth the trip. Whether you’re out there dating hot mature moms aka milfs or local college girls, these restaurants are what I consider a sure thing!
Strega Waterfront in the Seaport District
This place is one of my favorite but not number one! The Seaport district is booming these days. There is attention to detail at this restaurant and the same attention is given to the signature dishes and the awe-inspiring décor. They have an extensive wine list and their Ultra Lounge offers a full bar menu. The place is money if you want to impress a girl.
Sportello in the Seaport District
This elegant location near the water serves seasonal dishes that are created fresh each day. They serve excellent trattoria-inspired dishes made with fresh ingredients.
Giacomo’s in the North End and South End
Okay, this place is my absolute all-time favorite, hands down! This restaurant is so good that they have a location in both the North End and South End of Boston. They have eye-catching artwork on the walls and mouthwatering Italian cuisine on their plates.
Nebo Cucina en Enoteca at Waterfront
This family owned restaurant captures the true essence of dining in an Italian home. The décor is just as authentic as the food with original structural beams, brick vaulted ceilings, Venetian plaster walls, and marble counter tops with an Italian-style outdoor patio.
Da Vinci in Back Bay
This modern Italian dining establishment is highly regarded in the Boston restaurant scene. This space has been recently redesigned and modernized with a comfortable, full-service bar serving a blend of modern and classic Italian cuisine.
Teatro in the Theatre District
This is the perfect restaurant to visit before heading off to the theater with craft cocktails and an astounding chef with a contemporary approach to classic Italian dishes. The dimply lit, but the colorful atmosphere is ripe for romance.
Quattro in the North End
This modern grill and rotisserie serve spit-roasted meats, grilled steaks, chops and seafood, as well as, Neapolitan wood-oven pizza and handmade pasta. The pizza is baked in a wood-burning Marra Forni brick oven brought in from Naples, Italy.
Mamma Maria in the North End
Like their website says; this Italian restaurant stands out as being different from the rest. It’s set in a 19th-century-row house and was recently voted number 11 on Trip Advisors list of best Boston restaurants.
La Motta’s on the South End
This restaurant is warm and inviting with reclaimed wood panels, wainscoting, tin ceiling, rough sawn oak wood tables, period style bentwood chairs, and cozy booths with a 12-seat bar and a 30-seat outdoor patio that feels like a back-alley urban landscape.
Capo on the South End
This beloved Boston kitchen serves wood-fired pizza and homemade pasta with lamps on the table that give it a soft glow as the fire reflects off the brick walls. The entire place is lined in repurposed wood and has a great selection of spirits.
Trust me, these are all great restaurants, but if you can only go to one then I’d suggest trying Giacomo’s because it’s my aboslute favorite! Let me know how it goes!