This Hanover St spot sources nearly all of its ingredients from the surrounding neighborhood, including fresh pasta and bread from the bakery across the street. It’s a much more casual dining atmosphere than many nearby Italian places with similarly good food, and offers panini at lunch, as well as a lot of smaller snack options. Our favorites: the pizza, meatballs, roasted leg of lamb panini, orecchiette with homemade sausage, and Nonna’s pasta e fagioli.
In the mood for an entire pie vs. just a slice? Quattro’s brick-oven pizzas and plentiful toppings like sausage and potato make for a great dinner or late-night snack. The restaurant also offers a robust pasta menu from signature cacio e pepe to pasta e fagioli with short rib in addition to burger options for a satisfying spin on traditional American fare.