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Aragosta

3 Battery Wharf
Boston, MA 02109
617-994-9001

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Aragosta Bar and Bistro, the latest addition to Boston's vibrant Waterfront dining scene, is located on Boston's Harbor Walk in the North End. Offering a warm, social atmosphere in a stunning Waterfront setting, Aragosta featuring an open kitchen with Chef's Counter and an outdoor terrace with views of Boston Harbor and the U.S. Coast Guard.

With influences from Marseille to Genoa, the contemporary Italian-Mediterranean cuisine from the talented culinary team, gives signature flair to hand-made pastas, prime meats and New England seafood, using quality, local farm-raised ingredients.

For dinner, drinks or to lounge by the water for an afternoon snack, drop by Aragosta, where Italian-Mediterranean meets New England.

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