The team at Grotto has been delighting Beacon Hill diners for a decade and a half – literally. Chef-owner Scott Herritt opened the Bowdoin Street eatery fifteen years ago and has been chugging along, churning out tasty Italian fare ever since. In honor of their crystal anniversary, Herritt and co. will be adding a three-course prix fixe to their nightly offerings, highlighting some of their favorite dishes from way back in the day. Available Monday, July 9th through Sunday, July 15th for $30 per person, the menu will transport you back to 2003 with dishes like prosciutto-wrapped figs and panna cotta with lemon and raspberry sauce. Seats are limited and reservations are recommended. Call 617.227.3434 for a table.
|| Fichi ||
Prosciutto wrapped figs stuffed with Gorgonzola cheese, Baby Arugula, Reggiano parmesan, Lemon vinaigrette
|| Pesce ||
Pan roasted line caught wild Striped Bass, Roasted Tomatoes, Fennel, Clams, linguine, homemade white clam sauce.
|| Panna Cotta ||
Lemon, Raspberry sauce, Crispy pizzelle cookie, Aged balsamic