Vinny’s Ristorante @ Somerville, MA Boston

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went to vinny’s ristorante for din din a few months ago. very packed, but we didnt wait for too long for a table.

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wine was decent
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no fancy bread but at least its warm!
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calamari salad
Calamari rings, tentacles, carrots, celery, white olive oil and lemon over
huge portion! very tasty!
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lobster fra diavolo with homemade fusilli
Split lobster tail, shrimp, scallops, celery and onions in a spicy
this was awesome. huge portion again. the sauce was very tasty. had this burned/charcoal taste that i really like. i cant describe it, it’s not burned, but jus this taste. anyways, def get it with homemade pastas that they have! their non-homemade pastas didnt look as good.

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i enjoyed my din din at this unpretentious small italian joint. the portions were too big so we couldnt try more dishes. i cant wait to come back and try more! very good value and food was very tasty!

Vinny’s Ristorante
Category: Italian
76 Broadway
Somerville, MA 02145
(617) 628-1921

http://www.vinnysatnight.com

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13 thoughts on “Vinny’s Ristorante @ Somerville, MA Boston

  1. I just wasted ten minutes trying to describe char, then I realized it’s probably not what made your sauce pissa. I’m kinda slow that way…

    Do they give you a choice of pastas? It seems awkward asking, “Do you want your Alfredo with fresh pasta or do you want that dried shit?”

    “Do you want the house-made marinara or would you prefer a newly opened jar of Prego? You decide; it’s your day.”

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  3. Just as I scrolled through your main page of posts and came across the photos of the warm italian bread, someone in my office started making toast in the toaster oven and I thought I was imagining things! Now I’m really hungry for some good crusty bread with butter!

  4. We used to go to Lil Vinny’s in Magoun Square until it closed. I heard that these two restaurants were related somehow (but other than them both being named after Vinny, I’m not sure!). I was disappointed when Lil Vinny’s closed, so I’ll have to check out Vinny’s Ristorante now. Looks tasty!

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