Erbaluce

Row 1

Details
69 Church St (at Stuart St)
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 426-6969
Italian
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Thu, Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Get the sunflower risotto and trout! Extremely delicious.
  • Perhaps the only Boston restaurant to serve elaborately prepared sunflower buds, Erbaluce is no stranger to the title of the city's "best Italian restaurant." [Eater 38 Member]
  • This week a wild rack of boar served with Concord grape will be among the options for 3 separate tastings, a $35 3-course served at the bar, a 5- ($75) or 7- ($95) course tasting in the dining room.
  • Boar is excellent
  • This is truly Italian food at its best. We love the fresh, seasonal menu and of course, the deep wine list!
  • They change the dinner menu daily based on what's available & fresh that day. Same process carries over to the bar, where a limited liquor license doesn't stymie the creativity of their mixologists
  • Superb Italian perfect for pre-theater dining, with a frequently changing menu based on what's in season. For a more casual experience, sidle up to the bar for small plates and cocktails.
  • Aroma di Venus. Marjorum magic. Sophisticated and sensuous. Nick brings food history to life at the bar. Erbaluce - best place in Boston to eat intelligently, leave amazingly satisfied. Thanks, Nick.
  • Romantic,cozy hidden gem that whips up fresh, inspired, authentic Italian food with a menu that changes daily.Great place to go before a show@ Wang.Burrata+sweet potato agnolotti were light.A+ service
  • Beautifully creative and fresh, seasonal menu. Kind of a hidden gem tucked into a corner of back bay. Try the chef's specialty: roasted boar with rosemary and fermented grape sauce.
  • Gnocchi and Piemonte wine list!
  • Gnocchi sweet potatoes! Quite large portions so don't be afraid to skip the starters if your not to hungry. Great Italian wine list!
  • Excellent service, pleasant date ambiance. Food below expectations. Wild boar meatballs were overcooked. Cacio e Pepe was tasty but overpriced. At a comparable price point, Sorellina is better.
  • Great food with nice size portions. Not too big but not small either.
  • This place should be what all Italian restaurants aspire to.
  • The wild boar was delicious, as well as the fig infused whiskey!
  • Spaghetti carbonara.
  • Brian Poe, chef of Poe's Kitchen at the Rattlesnake, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Veal short rib.
  • The wine list is great. The food is fair.
  • The pasta dishes and the wild boar with fermented Concord grapes are wonderful. So are the prices, considering the level of craft here; entrees run $19-$29.