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The casual enoteca, cafe side of the upscale Genoa with food that will leave a lasting impression on you. A brined pork chop with a spicy corn mac that makes sharing, very hard to do.
Not just a pretty happy hour and dinner face, this cheerful, casual counterpart to schmancy Genoa serves a delectable brunch as well, and with most dishes in the single digits dollar-wise, you can afford to go on both Saturday and Sunday. If the buckwheat crepes with seasonal compote are on the menu, order them at once.
Accanto's glassed-in corner space offers a lovely setting from which to watch the world go by on busy Belmont Street. It's a comfortable neighborhood spot, welcoming to families, couples, groups and singles (who often perch for hours at…
A stripped down Genoa, perfect for the neighborhood. When you think of Genoa, you save it for a very special occasion. But if you want similarly delicious food of that restaurant in a more simple, daily serving, Accanto has stepped up to provide that. They've only been open for a couple of…
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