Papa Razzi

(617) 527-6600 | View Website

199 Boylston St (The Mall at Chestnut Hill), Chestnut Hill, MA | Directions   02467

42.321363 -71.176337

Open Hours

Sun 11:30am-9pm; Mon 11:30am-10pm; Tue 11:30am-10pm; Wed 11:30am-10pm; Thu 11:30am-10pm; Fri 11:30am-11pm; Sat 11:30am-11pm

Restaurants, Vegetarian, Italian  more

Price: $$

Tags: Business Dining, Dine At The Bar, Family Style Dining, Family-Friendly Dining, Group Dining, Local Favorite

Payment Methods: American Express, Cash, Debit Card, Diners Club, Discover, Gift Certificate, MasterCard, Travelers Check, Visa

Neighborhoods: Thompsonville


Reviews for Papa Razzi

over a year ago

Can't go wrong – Never blown away but never dissappointed. Service is sometimes a bit slow but after a day of shopping and chasing the kids around a great place for a nice little break.

over a year ago

Popular New England chain is all about comfort, from calm surroundings to hearty, family-friendly Italian fare. – The Scene
As part of the far-reaching Back Bay Restaurant Group, Papa Razzi mirrors sister establishments like Joe's American Bar & Grill and Charley's by serving an accessible, family-friendly menu at affordable prices in a relaxed setting. Soothing color schemes and black-and-white photos of the famous and infamous (a nod to the restaurant's name) provide plenty of atmosphere, as do gregarious, attentive servers. When there's a wait, there's a well-stocked bar for passing the time.

The Food
While perusing the menu of colorful salads, wood-fired thin-crust pizzas, and made-to-order pasta dishes, most diners absent-mindedly devour a basket of warm, freshly baked focaccia and breadsticks. Palatable insalata di campo, which combines mixed greens, dried cranberries, tomatoes and Gorgonzola in balsamic vinaigrette, makes a worthy starter. Among the signature pastas, the Porcini tortelloni, smothered in a savory wild mushroom and tomato sauce, is a sturdy crowd-pleaser. For dessert, creamy gelatos provide a cooling finish.

over a year ago

it was ok – Went to this place during lunchtime, as always, to try pasta. The place is good, the soup, recomended by server, was good. but the chicken pasta(i think pon con pella) was very bad, it was too much of garlicky. Though server was good, at times it was like he is forcing me to eat everything over there by asking again and again, though my tummy is very small ;-)


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