Pasta Bolognese is a ubiquitous dish in Boston, but some restaurants have special versions that keep hounds coming back. A recent thread on the Boston board listed several favorites (too many to include in this post), but here are a few highlights:
Hot Tomatoes: On the lower end of the price spectrum, 9lives likes this Bolognese, which he thinks is a recipe passed on from previous owners. It’s “very convenient for Downtown Crossing area workers who have a craving at lunch and no time for an all-out dining experience,” 9lives says.
For more hound favorites, be sure to check out the full thread, which is linked below. Pasta fans should also be sure to check out a recent thread on Boston’s best carbonara!
Sportello [Fort Point]
348 Congress Street, Boston
Via Matta [Bay Village/South Cove]
79 Park Plaza, Boston
Teatro [Downtown Crossing]
177 Tremont Street, Boston
Pasta Beach [Waterfront]
30 Rowes Wharf, Boston
Sweet Basil [MetroWest]
942 Great Plain Avenue, Needham
Hot Tomatoes [Downtown Crossing]
92 Bedford Street, Boston
Discuss: Best Bolognese in town