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Good Italian places in Brookline, Brighton, Allston


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Good Italian places in Brookline, Brighton, Allston

wax311 | Jul 13, 2006 02:53 AM

I've tried La Morra in Brookline Village and Firenze in Collidge Corner. Both are pretty good, but I'd like to try out a bunch of different places. I've heard good things about Tartufo in Newton Center so I plan on trying that as well.

I'm a culinary student finishing up my last semester, and I really want to learn Italian. My plan is to try a bunch of places in the area and see how they are, and hopefully land a job in September after I come back from vacation in Spain.

Not really looking for too upscale, just places that are moderately priced (15-25 entrees) with simple, good food.

Edit: First post. This site is cool!

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