Trattoria di Monica has started renovations for its expansion on Prince Street, near the corner of Salem Street. BHTIB’s Adam Castiglioni walked by the other day and shares this photo. The expansion space was most recently Il Truinfo, a short-lived Mexican restaurant. Prior to that, the location was occupied by Allisa Cohen’s raw restaurant, Grezzo. The Mendoza brothers have been busy lately, also expanding nearby Monica’s Mercato.
El Triunfo at 69 Prince Street Closes Mexican and Salvadoran Restaurant
A little more than a year after opening, El Trinfo Restaurant at 69 Prince St. has closed its business in the North End. According to Boston Restaurant Talk, the South End location remains open. In the middle of mostly Italian restaurants and shops, El Triunfo was offering Mexican food such as tacos and burritos as Read More…
Alissa Cohen Closes Prince Street Raw Food Restaurant “Grezzo”
Grezzo, the raw food restaurant on Prince Street, has closed. Owner Alissa Cohen, posts on her blog that although the North End spot was a financial success, the rat race of owning 2 restaurants (North End & Newburyport) in addition to her books and teachings was just not fun anymore. “I’m focusing on what brings Read More…
Three Things and a Photo Friday: Taste of the North End, Book Sale, St. Francis House & New Monica’s
TGIF! Welcome to “Three Things and a Photo”, something new we’re testing on NorthEndWaterfront.com! This is your daily post for all the breaking news, event updates and community tidbits. And of course, it wouldn’t be NorthEndWaterfront.com, without a neighborhood photo! Let us know in the comments if you like this type of daily rundown or have Read More…
5 Replies to “Trattoria di Monica Renovations Underway for Expansion on Prince Street”
Could not be more pleased with the Mendozas’ expansions on the Salem & Prince corner. Great businesses with responsible ownership (unlike another business on the same corner . . .). Looking forward to the openings (even if it won’t be until late Summer).
FYI – It was “El Triunfo” not “Il” – Il is Italian, and El is Spanish.
Congratulations to this family and their success! Excellent quality people and product!
The Mendoza family is a devoted group of hard working men. Focused on high quality foods and services. The completion of the Salem street location will be a major asset to the North End. Good Luck.
agreed – i wish they would take over more of north end – great family.
Do not forget the Mendoza women. Best of luck
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