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Councilor Sal LaMattina Supporters Host Fundraiser at Bricco [Photos]

Friends and supporters of City Councilor Sal LaMattina came out on Tuesday night for a fundraiser at Bricco on Hanover Street. LaMattina was decisively re-elected as the City Councilor for District 1 (North End, Charlestown, East Boston) last month with 82% of the vote in the North End. Several candidates are running fundraisers after the Read More…

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Residents’ Association Supports Frank DePasquale’s “Al Fresco” Proposal at Former “Ida’s” Site

Restauranteur Frank DePasquale has purchased the 26-seat restaurant formerly known as “Ida’s” and the buildings at 2 Mechanic Street and 11 Board Alley to create Bricco “Al Fresco” restaurant and outdoor patio. An application has been filed with the Boston Licensing Board to transfer the beer and wine license, add cordials and introduce a 48-seat Read More…

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Neighborhood Council Supports Bricco Al Fresco (Formerly Ida’s) License Transfer and Patio, Artu’s Entertainment Extension and Two Zoning Requests [Video]

Meeting Summary (video times noted) (00:00) Committee Reports a. (00:00) Resident Parking/Traffic Committee – Ryan Kenny Visitor parking signs on most North End streets have been changed to allow for resident stickers (except Hanover, Salem, Prince and Commercial Streets) b. (01:10) Public Safety Committee – David Marx gave a report from last North End Public Read More…

Food & Drink

Quattro Opens in the North End Featuring DePasquale’s Greatest Hits

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 Read More…