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BEST ITAL RESTAURANT THAT SERVES CHICK PARM

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CHRIS HAMILTON Aug 29, 2001 01:24 PM

THANKS ERIC, BUT i WANT TO KNOW OF A NICE, SIT DOWN RESTAURANT, WITH GOOD ITALIAN FOOD, THAT SERVES A GREAT CHICKEN PARM DISH IN BEANTOWN.......HELP?!!!?..........CHRIS

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    quack RE: CHRIS HAMILTON Aug 29, 2001 03:09 PM

    what a boring food and subject! Seriously chicken parm? it's like asking where's the best garden salad.

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      pat hammond RE: quack Aug 29, 2001 04:15 PM

      Tastes vary around here. Chicken parm doesn't excite you, and that's ok. Chris, on the other hand, has a serious jones for the stuff.

      An unrequited food craving is a pretty sad state! I'm hoping someone can help him out. pat

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        Joanie RE: quack Aug 30, 2001 07:39 AM

        Geez, nothing wrong with asking about chick. parm. Why is that any more boring than Asian markets or fried clams? And considering the abundance of crappy garden salads, that might be a useful thing to know.

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        Kitty RE: CHRIS HAMILTON Aug 30, 2001 06:51 AM

        My favorite small, family run, sit-down Italian restaurant is La Cantina in Framingham, MA, about 30-45 minutes west of Boston. It is always packed on weekends. I was there about a month ago and had the chicken parm - it was still delicious! Crispy on the outside, juicy and tender on the inside, and not drowned in sauce and a big glop of cheese. It's not trendy food, but it's "stick to your ribs" good old fashioned Italian - the best when you're in the mood!
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          Rick M RE: CHRIS HAMILTON Aug 30, 2001 04:43 PM

          THE best is D'Pamas at the waterfront end of Hanover Street in Boston's North End.

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            Amanda RE: CHRIS HAMILTON Aug 31, 2001 09:26 AM

            What about Anchovies on Columbus Ave in the South End. It's a bit of a dive, but I have never had better Chicken Parm in Boston. it is sit down, but has more of a bar atmosphere than a restaurant.

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