Antico Forno

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Antico Forno - Italian for "old stove"Sawdust-covered floors, a mural-sized rendition of the Tuscany countryside (painted by a local artist Jack Dunlea) and a blessed statue of St. Rocco tucked into a beehive-shaped, wood-burning brick oven set the stage at the North End's rustic trattoria, Antico Forno. With Their successful 1993 flagship restaurant, Terramia, across the street, Carla Agrippino-Gomes took on a new challenge in 1996 of bringing dishes to Salem Street. Antico Forno - Italian for "old stove" - features brick-oven classics such as roasted chicken in a natural juices with garlic and herbs stuffed under crusted skin; pizza with artichoke hearts, imported Italian porcini mushrooms, and Campania buffalo mozzarella, finished with truffle oil; and linguini with clams, mussels, calamari and shrimp, sautéed in a plum tomato sauce and baked in parchment paper. Even the double-domed brick oven was custom-built by a native Napolitan craftsman. Antico Forno is an inviting neighborhood trattoria that provides a truly authentic Neapolitan experience.

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(617) 723-6733


93 Salem St, Boston, MA 02113


11:30 am - 10:30 pm
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
Accepts Cards
Kid Friendly
Street Parking
Serves Alcohol
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My family has enjoyed dinning at Antico Forno for several years. The food is consistently very good. The menu ranges from pasta, pizza, chicken, and ...

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Consistently fantastic food! The gnocchi is amazing - oven baked with tons of melted mozzarella on top. I get it every time!

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