Since my boyfriend lives in the North End, we usually try to avoid the hussle of Hanover Street. Atmosphere, quality, price, and service are all things that are important to us when finding a new restaurant. Before I made our reservation at La Galleria 33, I went in search of reviews...I only found 2. (I can't figure out why nothing's been written!) We took a chance and I'm glad we did. La Galleria 33 is truly a hidden gem in Boston's historic North End. Hidden at the end of Salem Street, this cozy, romantic restaurant offers a wonderful menu and great service, especially on a cold winter night. The pasta fagioli soup was a great way to start off the meal before we enjoyed the canneloni and chicken parm with a glass of wine. La Galleria 33 opened in the former location of Marcuccio's last fall, so it has yet to be discovered by many since it missed tourism season. During our meal we learned that this family run restaurant is related to it's neighbor across the street L'Osteria. We enjoyed a delectable meal at La Galleria 33 and would definitely recommend it to anyone who asks about places to go in the North End.
Pros: Ambience, Service, Food
Cons: Parking, Location