Best Italian Restaurants in Wakefield (Massachusetts)

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Best Italian Restaurants in Wakefield (Massachusetts)

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Wakefield (Massachusetts) Restaurants

Bertucci's - ReadingBertucci's - Reading
13 reviews
$$$$
Italian | Wakefield, Massachusetts, Boston Suburbs

Our reservation for 6 was seated in a booth - a little tight but we made out ok. Everyone enjoyed their food. Service was a bit rough, but food came out promptly. We were able to linger and visit, and it was quiet enough to all hear each other. FYI - from the outside it is difficult to tell where Bertucci's is (vs. Longhorn). More

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Discover Wakefield, Massachusetts

While there is plenty of variety when it comes to restaurants, the Boston suburb of Wakefield is filled with unique foods that are real local specialties. Boston baked beans and Boston cream pie are two prime examples, and New England clam chowder is one of the most iconic dishes. It is a thick, creamy soup made with clams, onions, pork and potatoes. Fresh-caught local seafood is also a must-try, especially some of the lobster specialties. After your comforting bowl of chowder, try lobster spaghetti or a lobster roll, which is fresh lobster served hot and buttered or cold with mayonnaise on a grilled bun. Bars and clubs, diners, international establishments, cafes, barbecue joints and fine dining establishments are all available in Wakefield for your choice of evening out.

Discover Wakefield, Massachusetts

While there is plenty of variety when it comes to restaurants, the Boston suburb of Wakefield is filled with unique foods that are real local specialties. Boston baked beans and Boston cream pie are two prime examples, and New England clam chowder is one of the most iconic dishes. It is a thick, creamy soup made with clams, onions, pork and potatoes. Fresh-caught local seafood is also a must-try, especially some of the lobster specialties. After your comforting bowl of chowder, try lobster spaghetti or a lobster roll, which is fresh lobster served hot and buttered or cold with mayonnaise on a grilled bun. Bars and clubs, diners, international establishments, cafes, barbecue joints and fine dining establishments are all available in Wakefield for your choice of evening out.