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Cheap Italian Eats (like Angelo's in Providence) in Boston Metro

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I grew up in Providence and our go-to dinner out was Angelo's Civita Farnese on Atwell's Ave in Providence. Simple Italian-American fare, but always hit the spot and was an amazing value, even for veal dishes. They are still doing a great job today BTW... Anybody know of a place like this in the greater Boston area? I am always willing to drive if it is worth the trip... Thanks!

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Angelo's Civita Farnese
141 Atwells Ave, Providence, RI 02903

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  1. what's the price range for ":cheap"? and do you mean like a red sauce place?

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    1. re: hotoynoodle

      Red Sauce places can be great, if they are decent quality. I would say $10-15 plates... ~Thanks!

      1. re: rpglancy

        http://www.losteria.com/ or http://www.massiminosboston.com/

    2. Rino's in eastie, De Parma's and Rosetti's both in Winthrop (both are BYOB), excellent old school Italian most entree's are in your price range.

      1. Abbodanza in Everett

        1. I;ma fan of Massimino's in Boston. Their lunch prices are a great deal.

          Recently went to Vinnie's at Night in Somerville; short walk from Sullivan St Orange Line. In the daytime, it's an Italian deli and at night they turn it into a very good red sauce Italian place.

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          Massimino's
          207 Endicott St, Boston, MA

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          1. re: 9lives

            Fiorellas in Newton might fit your bill. And I agree: never snear at a good red sauce. I grew up with the best of them, in Flatbush, Brooklyn.

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            Fiorella's
            187 North St, Newtonville, MA 02460

          2. I really like Antonio's Cuccina Italiana in Beacon Hill. Great food, goodish prices, huge portions. Feels like a family place.