Boston...Wild Boar and/or Burrata
Can you recommend a place that has wild boar and/or buratta on the menu.
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Depending on when you are coming to visit, you might find burrata on local menus -- but more likely in the summertime. I always pick mine up from Salumeria Italiana on Richmond Street when the tomatoes are ripe. You can do this too and make a picnic. Wild Boar I haven't seen on menus around town, but if anyone is likely to do it, Trattoria Toscana would.
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These are places I've had wild boar: Lucca, Umbria and Bricco. However, none of them recently (it's been a year or two) and the last two are v. pricey.
Definitely check out Salumeria Italiana when you're in the North End, even if they don't have the burrata. When I did use to order the burrata from them, it came on Thursdays and I would call Monday to reserve.
Ah, burrata. I'm afraid it's a little hard to come by around here, especially in restaurants.
You can get imported burrata at a few places around town, most reliably from Salumeria Italiana, and from there most reliably in the warmer months. Definitely best to order in advance.
Dave's Fresh Pasta in Somerville carries a locally made faux-burrata where the cream center is partly made with yogurt. Not bad, but not the real deal.
Here's a helpful link to a past thread: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/338886
Far and away my favorite authentic Puglian-style restaurant in town is Taranta; I've never seen it on the menu, but if you go, it might be worth asking them if they ever carry it.
And as an aside: I grew up in Phoenix -- welcome! The pizza at Gran Gusto in Cambridge may help you forget about Pizzeria Bianco. And Angela's Cafe may help you forget about the Camelback Mountain-sized heap of great Mexican restaurants.
Salumeria Italiana often runs out of burata -- they recommend that you reserve yours by phone. They get theirs on one of the weekdays, I would call ahead to find out and reserve some. Incidentally, the mozzarella nearby at Tutto Italiano is also very good.
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