I think the two types of foods that immediately comes to mind when thinking of Boston is seafood and Italian cuisine. Because of that, the North End neighborhood of Boston has always been known for Italian dining. I got the chance to check out the new kid on the block, Rigoletto Ristorante, in the popular Italian neighborhood. I was able to nab a table via OpenTable only 3 hours prior to dinner and was so thankful. Alot of the Italian restaurants in the North End take reservations but good luck on landing one the of day. So if you ever visit Boston be sure to plan ahead.
Rigoletto has been open for a little over a year and half ago and I am sure they are here to stay. With a large open window they provide prime people watching of the historical neighborhood. Rigoletto has a pretty extensive menu and a long list of daily specials they keep your head spinning as the server is rattling them off to you. For dinner I decided on Tagliatelle Scampi that had scallops, shrimp, PEI (Prince Edward Island) mussels, tomatoes, and a white wine lemon sauce. My company had the Cavatappi Alla Bolognese with veal, pork, pancetta, and a light tomato cream sauce.
(857) 350 -3402
115 Salem Street, Boston, MA 02113