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Great chicken parm--N. Shore or N. End?

Having a serious chicken parm craving. Any Chow suggestions for good offerings on the North Shore or North End?

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  1. Victor's Deli (lunch) or Vinny's at Night (dinner) in Somerville. Rino's Place (nicer) or Sonny Noto's (more casual) in Eastie. Mangia Mangia (lunch) or Massimino's (dinner) in the North End.

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    1. Agree on Massimino's in the North End. Both Lucia's and Artu also in the North End also have good chicken parm. On the North Shore I have to go with Theresa's in Middleton...hands down.

      1. I'll add Antico Forno to the list..great version; finished in the wood burning oven.

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        1. re: 9lives

          Salemwood in Malden has some pretty incredible chicken parm.

          1. re: 9lives

            I'll second Antico Forno. That's where I go when I'm in the mood for chicken parm. That wood burning oven makes the dish special.

          2. I had some tasty Chicken Parm at Old Tyme Italian in Lynn a couple of weeks ago

            1. They do a great chicken parm at Caffe Italia in Marblehead.

              http://www.northshoredish.com