Bacco Ristorante & Bar
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- General Info:
- Bacco is a restaurant is located in New Orleans. Its menu features many dishes from the Mississippi Delta area and the local Creole tradition, including gumbo ya-ya, butternut squash soup, lemon parmesan salad, mista salad, shrimp remoulade salad, lobster ravioli, bacco shrimp, chicken scaloppine salad, mussels and linguine, chicken and rigatoni pasta, hickory grilled redfish, basil shrimp and bowtie pasta and desserts, including tiramisu, double chocolate brownie, lemon ice box pie, nocello blueberry breadpudding and Bacco coffee. The restaurant features a skylight room, winebar courtyard with a historic Chartres Street location.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (617) 723-4230
- Payment method:
- discover, amex, master card, visa, travelers checks, all major credit cards
- North End
- Italian Restaurants, Mediterranean Restaurants, Bars, Family Style Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Cuisines: Mediterranean, Family Style, Italian, European, Continental
Alcohol: Cocktails, Yes, Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Specialties: Private Functions, Contemporary, Parties, Wine
Posted: 4/7/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Bacco is a great spot with amazing food and cocktails. I love the open air feel now that the weather is getting warmer. I have stopped in many times for the $5 appetizers after work and I have never been disappointed. The restaurant has that north end appeal with a staff that is very attentive & courteous. I don't usually write reviews but I feel that Bacco deserved one. <br> <br>Also I've been going to Bacco since I moved to Boston 4 years ago and they just came out with a new cocktail list that I suggest taking a look at.
Posted: 3/17/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I've been going to Bacco at least once a week for the last year. They serve $5 appetizers on the first floor and have a full bar. It's always a fun crowd, not too young, pretty hip, lots of locals. I always get the beef carpaccio with gorgonzola and the mussels - both $5. They never disappoint. Oh, and the martinis are amazing too - not syrupy and sweet like some of the other restaurants in this neighborhood.
Posted: 10/29/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Bacco is my favorite spot in the North End and I have been to most over the years. The food is absolutely to die for. Pair that with an incredable atmosphere and it's really hard to beat. I have tried most things on the menu and have yet to dislike anything. They have a great wine list but I usually stay with the red. It's warm, cozy, and makes you feel like your part of the North End charm!!!
Posted: 1/26/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I just went back to Bacco for my 5th time this past Saturday night and have to say this is my favorite restaurant in Boston. Great spot in the North End and the restaurant is romantic, beautiful, warm and cozy. Great wine selection and service is good and polite, not the best in the world, but the real key is the food. Absolutley amazing and they are good portions with good prices. I keep reading people say it's expensive, well clearly they don't get out much because I could name 100 places in Boston that are far more expensive and not as good. Bacco has great specials each time I go, but the Butternut Squash or the Lobster Ravioli is increadable. I keep ordering one of the two each time I go. I can't bring myself to try more of the menu. I would highly recommend Bacco!
Posted: 9/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We visited as tourists in Boston, but not as ""fine dining virgins."" It was a beautiful Monday evening and we wanted a really good restaurant with a full bar (surprisingly difficult to find in Boston - ask your concierge.) Bacco provided relaxed elegance. The windows (not really windows actually - no glass to be found) were open to the street and it was a wonderful city atmosphere. We were taken to the second floor and seated near an opening over the street, which was busy with foot traffic. I loved the setting and the atmosphere. \r <br>\r <br>Our server was both pleasant and knowledgeable. We enjoyed a leisurely cocktail without any pressure. I ordered the evening's seafood puttanesca special with shrimp and mussels. It was excellent. The pasta was perfect and the shrimp were crisp and sweet. My husband ordered chicken marsala with asparagus and polenta from the regular menu. His chicken was fresh, tender and delicious. He reported the asparagus (a favorite of his) was perfectly prepared. \r <br>\r <br>We both enjoyed our dinner thoroughly. The chef is clearly talented, ingredients are fresh and the wait staff knows what they are doing. The atmosphere is lovely, both of the neighborhood and the restaurant itself. We took a cab from and back to Cambridge for our dinner in the North End and had a wonderful experience. This is a lovely restaurant.
Posted: 9/12/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Bacco is my favorite restaurant since I moved to the North end. The atomosphere is amazing and romantic.\r <br>The staff are attentive and friendly. My fav. is the risotto del giorno, loaded with fresh seafood with tomato creme. I take all my friends and families there when they come visit. Sometimes they sent me complimentary tira misu after my meal, how can you beat that!!!
Posted: 9/8/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The food at Bacco is overrated, expensive, and comes in tiny portions. While I thought the garlic oil and hummus that comes with the table bread was delicious, the bread itself was stale and the food took over an hour to arrive at the table. My boyfriend ordered the carpaccio appetizer and the Mezzolune entree with two glasses of wine. We waited over an hour to receive our entree and despite the high prices, there was no apology for the incredibly slow service. Although I appreciated that they split the entree for us (we were sharing) and the food was decent, there was nothing that wowed us except the high prices.