There are no shortage of Italian restaurants in Boston, or the Theater District for that matter. Teatro sets itself apart from the rest with a modern take on Italian fare, original craft cocktails, and a gorgeous Art Deco setting reminiscent of the roaring twenties.
Located at 177 Tremont Street, Teatro boasts a wide open kitchen, dim lighting, and an arched ceiling with marble inlaid walls.
When you're heading out for dinner and a show, it's the perfect spot with just the right touch of drama.
Star Boston chef Jamie Mammano takes a contemporary approach to classic Italian dishes ensuring a standing ovation every time.
Menu items include gnocchi, scungilli, tortelloni and spinach & mascarpone ravioli - all homemade from scratch!
Teatro also boasts amazingly fresh Artisan pizzas. Choose traditional tomato and mozarella, hand-crafted spicy sausage, or apple and crispy proscuitto with fontina cheese.
The bar at Teatro isn't your average Boston pub. They offer a huge selection of wines, but the crowds really turn up for the inventive, seasonal cocktails.
Try a "Smoky & the Rooster" made with Amaras Mezcal, Grapefruit Juice & Bitters, and topped with Chianti!
Even if you're not big on stage shows, Teatro is definitely worth a visit to the Theater District!