Chef Anthony Caturano dishes out new seasonal tastes at Prezza
Fall Fare at Prezza
The seasons are changing in Boston and Chef Anthony Caturano, chef & owner of Prezza in Boston's North End has added some seasonal offerings on his Fall menu for you.
Prezza was first opened in 2000 and offers a seasonal menu of Italian food with rich bold flavors and a wine list with over 800 labels. Chef Caturano is an old world chef living in a new world era, Prezza offers bountiful portions and bold flavors in an inviting atmosphere. I always make Prezza one of my stops in the North End for fresh food and remarkable service.
Prezza is located at 25 Fleet Street in Boston's Historic North End.
Check out the NEW to Prezza menu items below.
New to the Menu
Burrata (roasted pumpkin, sea salt, pistachio vinaigrette - $16)
Wild Mushroom Soup (porcini cream, white beans, roasted tomatoes, pecorino cheese - $15)
Roasted Figs (wrapped in prosciutto with gorgonzola, aged balsamic – $16)
Bibb Lettuce (apples, walnuts, blue cheese, walnut vinaigrette - $14)
Pumpkin Ravioli (lobster, mascarpone, brown butter, sage - $18/$36)
Corn Raviolini (pancetta, corn, rock shrimp, white wine, garlic, butter, parmigiano cheese - $16/$32)
Pear Raviolini (pecorino, mascarpone, cheese, butter - $16/$32)
Seared Scallops (lobster mushrooms, warm Brussels sprouts salad, roasted potatoes - $36)
Roasted Halibut (acorn squash puree, spiced hazelnuts, sautéed baby kale - $38)
On the Sweet Side
Pumpkin Tiramisu (espresso, ladyfingers, cocoa powder, whipped cream - $12)