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75 Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02116
617-357-4810

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In their spacious digs in the Paine Furniture Building in Park Square, Davio’s, Boston’s only Northern Italian Steakhouse, offers an extensive menu of the finest seafood and the best meats available. With its high ceilings, majestic columns and floor to ceiling windows overlooking Arlington and Stuart Streets, the dining room’s urbane sophistication remains true to the integrity of this landmark Back Bay space.

The 9,000 square foot space also features an enormous display kitchen complete with an in-house bakery, a temperature-controlled wine room housing more than 300 bottles, and a myriad of private dining rooms for parties from ten to 100.

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