The dining room and bar will be familiar, featuring with the same color scheme and look as it did before, but the kitchen is brand new - hence chef-owner Anthony Caturano will be adding some new menu items along with the Old-World-style Italian dishes he’s known for. Additions include Lambrusco-braised chicken thighs, chestnut ravioli and venison loin. Ardent diners will be glad to see the tried-and-true seared scallops with pumpkin and sage, grilled clams and potato gnocchi à la Bolognese remain. Prices range from $26 to $46 for entrees.
The restaurant, also known for its extensive wine list, will carry on that tradition by offering more than 800 labels.
Prezza will be open for dinner Sunday through Thursday, 5:30-10 PM; and Friday and Saturday, 5-10:30 PM. The bar opens daily at 4:30 PM.
24 Fleet St., North End; 617-227-1577