|Quattro is slated to open tomorrow.|
Quattro, a casual Italian eatery, is slated to open in the North End tomorrow, Friday, March 15.
With an open kitchen and brick oven imported from Naples as its focal point, Quattro aims to dish out authentic Neapolitan pizzas, handmade pastas, rotisserie meats, such as sirloin steak tips and rack of lamb featured throughout the week, and a variety of sfizi (Italian small plates) to share.
In essence, the menu, created by Bricco’s executive chef, Gianni Caruso, will focus on the “greatest hits” from owner Frank De Pasquale’s other places, which include Bricco, Mare, Umbria and others. Sandwiches, including the sausage and broccoli rabe, and the Parma prosciutto and mozzarella from Il Panino Express, which formerly occupied the space, will be offered at lunch. Prices range $10-$20. Wine, beer and cordials will be served.
The 40-seat restaurant focuses on simple décor with marble tables, steel and wood chairs, and ceramic tile floors; floor-to-ceiling windows can be opened in the spring for a taste of al fresco dining.
Quattro hours are 11 AM-11 PM, daily.
264 Hanover St., North End; 617-720-0444