Quattro, the newest North End restaurant from Frank DePasquale, opened to the public on Wednesday night at 264 Hanover Street at the corner of Parmenter Street.
Featuring table and counter service, Quattro replaces the self-serve Il Panino Express, previously operated by Mr. DePasquale at the same location. The new spot features a menu of “greatest hits” from DePasquale’s other well-known Italian eateries, including Bricco, Mare Oyster Bar, Trattoria Il Panino and Umbria Prime.
Having brought back a beer and wine license to the location, the newly renovated restaurant showcases an open kitchen, imported brick oven and marble tabletops. Overlooking the kitchen is an L-shaped counter with stools. Grilled items and Neapolitan-style brick oven pizzas appear high on the menu, along with pasta and specialty sandwiches. Take-out service is also available.
Quattro is the latest addition to DePasquale Ventures that also operates Bricco, Mare Oyster Bar, Trattoria Il Panino, Umbria Prime, Splash and the Ocean Club at Marina Bay. Frank DePasquale also serves as Chairman of the North End Chamber of Commerce.
Photos by Matt Conti