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When in Boston, try…Rino’s Place

Posted on 18 August 2011

When in the Boston area, and a bit hungry try Rino’s Place. A neighborhood Italian eatery.  Originally opened 24 years ago by Rino and Anna DiCenso, They in turn handed over the business to their Son Chef Anthony DiCenso. Born and raised in Italy, Chef Anthony has made Rino’s place what it is today!


Rino’s is known for it’s wonderful red sauce, thin cut veal and fist sized ravioli which are homemade to order. You will be greeted by its wait staff who in time will know your name, what you like to drink, and what you had on your last visit. They have a wonderful menu with prices ranging from $9 to $18 dollars. Specials change daily for lunch and dinner.


Rino’s Place, 258 Saratoga Street, East Boston, MA 02128. The phone number is (617) 567-7412.


Bon Appetit!

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