My husband and I wound up at Salvatore's totally by accident and enjoyed it so much we ate their three times in three days. We never repeat if we can help it. Part of the fun of travel is discovering new good restaurants. Also, Italian food is something we can eat in Boston, so we ideally hoped to find a different cuisine. But we had just checked in to the hotel adjoining the restaurant, it was late, and we were hot and tired. We ordered steamed clams, ensalada mista and shared a sea bass entree. The sea bass melted in our mouths. It takes an incredible fish dish to impress us and this was outstanding and generous. The fish sat on a pile of delicate pasta full of artichoke hearts, sun dried tomatoes, and capers. We actually returned the next night and had it again, but the portions of everything there are so large, we split the salad before as well as the fish.
Make a reservation on the patio around the burbling fountain or you may find yourself relegated to the loft upstairs. That space is quieter, but you cannot see the stars. The bread is wonderful. Its served with roasted garlic cloves submerged in olive oil and balsamic vinegar. The house wine is mediocre, but who cares?
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