Saturday, October 10, 2009

Fire Damages Bricco in the North End

A fire early this morning caused extensive damage to Bricco, an Italian restaurant in the North End of Boston. According to WBZ 1030, several people who lived in the Hanover Street building were left temporarily homeless in the two-alarm fire, which began on the roof of the restaurant. WBZ also mentioned that no one was injured in the fire.

Bricco, which is located at 241 Hanover Street (about a block in from the entrance to the North End), is an upscale Italian dining spot that features wood-oven pizza, regional Italian dishes (including agnollotti with a veal and beef stuffing, lamb shank, and veal ossobuco), martinis, Italian wines, and an optional five-course chef tasting.

For more information on the fire at Bricco, please go to the WBZ link below:

Fire damages North End restaurant

Thanks to MC Slim JB, a local food writer and restaurant critic, for bringing this story to our attention.

[October 13 Update: According to a posting on the Chowhound site by MC Slim JB, it appears that Bricco may be open for business once again.]

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