La Galleria 33

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Details
125 Salem St (btwn Cooper & Prince)
Boston, MA 02113
(617) 723-7233
Italian
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 4:00 PM–10:00 PM Fri: 4:00 PM–11:00 PM Sat–Sun: Noon–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Absolutely my favorite place in the north end!!!
  • Good old fashion cooking good house chianti , sat by the window, best to beat the crowd, plan dinner for 5:30 pm. Gets busy at 6;30 ish.
  • Get the eggplant ravioli. YUM.
  • The shrimp and grits are amazing!
  • Come for brunch! Delicious eggs Benedict and homemade scones
  • Best Chicken Parm in the North End!
  • It wish the food had been worth the trip in the rain. It was dishes we've all had at any nameless Italian restaurant anywhere. There wasn't anything that stood out as something I'd go back for.
  • Solid North End option on quieter Salem street. They handled our large group with ease and the food is great.
  • Bolgonese with the homemade pasta which was amazing. The chicken parm was alright- thin chicken but very cheesy! Somewhat romantic but too busy if you're next to the open front windows
  • Tortellini Galleria every time. It's the perfect, well-rounded pasta dish. And don't you dare forget to ask for Lisa's dessert of the day!
  • They need to staff more at night, however Lena is the best!!! Ask for her!
  • I enjoyed the bruschetta, caesar salad and the chicken marsala. Great prices & good service. Once a restaurant featured on kitchen nightmares, la galleria 33 is excellent... Well done.
  • The Caesar salad was garlicky but for me that's a plus! Very fresh. Veal Marsala was absolutely delicious.
  • http://lagalleria33.com/menu/
  • Try their risotto and you won't be disappointed
  • Pretty good!! Veal Marsala was spot on!! Calamari with the lemon aioli was delicious! The spread for the bread was great too!!
  • I recommend trying the Linguine Carbonara.
  • Every Italian restaurant was packed in north end except this place and I thought it was going to be a bad sign. Don't be misled, the food is amazing! Linguine Shrimp and eggplant parmigiana to die for
  • Favorite place in North End. Food is great!
  • All airiness and light, from the French doors to the open kitchen. An Italo-purists (and protein-loaders) dream: the antipasti are competent, but the primi and the secondi piatti are spot-on.