BoccaLupo

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Details
753 Edgewood Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 577-2332
Italian
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM

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  • Pasta is BoccaLupos calling card. Unlike other restaurants that hew to a repertoire of classic recipes and a pantry full of imported ingredients, the cooking here is modern Italian American.
  • Chef Bruce Logue's imaginative, made-from-scratch Italian cooking will leave you swooning. Find true love, try the black spaghetti with shrimp and homemade sausage. 2013 Best of Atlanta Critics Pick.
  • Great Food! Amazing Service! I hope this place sticks around.
  • Get dessert, gelato and cookies, you won't regret it.
  • Everything we had was amazing. Black spaghetti. Check. Pork pt. Check. Macaroni fritters. Check. Great service. Great cocktails. Great great great.
  • Everything. Seriously, it is all divine. But if I have to pick faves... Octopus app. 20 yolk tagliatelle, black spaghetti. Best enjoyed with a small group so you can try different things. Go!
  • The black spaghetti, the black spaghetti, the black spaghetti! Oh and the 20 yolk tagliatelle!
  • Great food! Leave the kids at home.
  • Hitting our list of winter essentials is one of Atlanta's favorite Italian restaurants, Boccalupo. Here the only thing better than their black spaghetti is their service and attention to detail.
  • Super cute, modern rustic space and incredible food. I enjoyed every bite from beginning to end. Nothing went wasted on our plates. Highlights: 20 yolk tagliatelle, beef belly, huckleberry panna cotta
  • Go for the pasta (the black spaghetti and the 20-yolk tagliatelle are popular choices), stay for the patio and you can't go wrong with either wine or the craft cocktails.
  • The Black Spaghetti is great!
  • Everything was truly delicious. The Black Spaghetti was beyond amazing. Everyone should try it. The spinach and ricotta tortellone was also fantastic. Will definitely be heading back to BoccaLupo.
  • Bring back Sauced! The food was great but the aesthetics sucked. They homogenized it... It felt like I was in a modern Olive Garden with similar clientele as well... Uh, but, the food was good.
  • Tables in the front or on the back patio are great. Black spaghetti is the way to go for sure - same that used to be at LPC. Overall great addition to Inman Park.
  • Who Says There's arent any Italian places around Bruce Logues New Low-Key Italian Spot BOCCA LUPO [753 Edgewood Ave, Atlanta] Will Change Your Mind Overnight For More Details www.boccalupoatl.com
  • BoccaLupo has quickly become one of this city's best restaurants, and the housemade 20-yolk tagliatelle may be the its star.
  • Bruce Logue's 20-yolk tagliatelle with wild mushrooms and Tuscan kale kimchi, not to mention the black spaghetti with Calabrese sausage, red shrimp, and scallions, will make you a believer.
  • This trendy Italian spot is just the place to satisfy any craving! Start out with an order of bruschetta and seal the deal with their popular black spaghetti with red shrimp and calabrese sausage.
  • The fried chicken Parmesan was delicious! So were the brussels sprouts. The flavor combinations there are well done.