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When we picked a spot to dine in Boston, we figured we couldn't go wrong with anything in the North End but what we hadn't accounted for was how much we underestimated the spot we chose. Within minutes of sitting down at Vinoteca di Monica and trying their bread + olive oil, we knew we were in for a treat and boy were we right. From the espresso martinis which go down as the best we've ever had (comparable only to Antique Bar & Bakery in Hoboken) to the carciofi fritti and all of our main entrees, it was hands down on of the best dining experiences that we've had in a LONG time. Candidly, at $23 an espresso martini, it was not a cheap meal, but it was well worth every penny and we look forward to an opportunity for us to return.



Use the following must-try-recommendations to take your trip here from ordinary to extraordinary

    - Espresso Martini
    - Carciofi Fritti
    - Tortelli di Zucca

Let's Make a Day of it

Use the following to help inspire different ways that you can add a little disco to your day/trip:

    - Grab Cannolis + a Drink at Modern Underground
    - Enjoy the Show at Red Velvet Burlesque & Cabaret
    - Walk by the "Spite" House to See Years of Pettiness at it's Finest
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