Contemporary Italian-Mediterranean cuisine served in an upbeat and sophisticated environment by a staff intent on providing you with a truly memorable dining experience. Sorellina, the 'kid sister' of acclaimed Chef Jamie Mammano's Mistral provides an intense look at regional Italian food with a modern twist. Sorellina's wine list focuses on some hidden Italian gems paired with an international selection creating an effortless opportunity to explore the unknown. The warm-modern design intertwined with the glow of the back wall mural and the floor to ceiling windows are a visually stunning combination.
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:30pm - 9:30pm
$50 and over
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Valet parking is available from the Blagden Street entrance to Sorellina (next to Boston's public library). The public parking garages are a short stroll away. You can park at the Prudential garage on Exeter Street; the Copley place garage on Huntington and the Dartmouth Street garage. Street parking is an option.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Sorellina Ratings and Reviews
Best Italian I've had in a long time, ev ...
Best Italian I've had in a long time, everything from appetizers to after dinner coffee, excellent! Veal and Meatball dishes best ever and wine selection was also outstanding. Service was very attentive but not annoying. I had left my credit card behind and they sent a driver to my hotel to bring it to me, unbelievable!
We met friends for dinner whom we hadn't ...
We met friends for dinner whom we hadn't seen for a few months. The waiter, realizing this gave us plenty of time to catch up.
The unhurried meal was delicious, Wyguu beef meat ball, veal chop, and a steak, preceded by salad and oysters. You can't get much better; everyone was happy. The Barolo wine selection suggested by the waiter was outstanding.
A very nice evening and we look forward to returning.
We usually dine at one of their sister r ...
We usually dine at one of their sister restaurants but decided to give Sorellina a try. We where seated promptly at an end table that we soon found out could barely contain the plates of food that would come out. I understand fully that that are trying to maximize the square footage but jeesh.
We ordered the grilled octopus , nice tender pieces on top of what appeared and tasted like black lentils and it had some nice thin sliced banana peppers mixed in.
We also ordered the truffled burrata , this was a fresh burrata ball surrounded with a puree of truffles and some mushrooms, this app was excellent to say the least.
My wife ordered the halibut as a main course , not to impressed , not a lot going on and we both felt it was under seasoned.
I ordered the veal saltimbocca , this dish consisted of 3 pieces of veal loin wrapped in prosciutto on top of truffled mashed and a very nice demi glace. a lot of flavor in the dish but again felt the veal needed more seasoning.
as far as the service went it was ok, waiter was pleasant enough..
The menu did have a lot of pasta dishes which sounded great , we will probably give Sorellina another shot in the future.
Food was very good. Lighting was poor. ...
Food was very good. Lighting was poor. Hard to read the menus, but they had mini flashlights to give out (Shows that I am not the only one). Portions are reasonable sized. Too many restaurants give too much food. Ran out of a special too early. Would go again for a special occasion. Noise level less than most good restaurants. Conversation was possible.
Sorellina hit several home runs for our ...
Sorellina hit several home runs for our party of four. The veal raviolis were the best anyone in the group had experienced anywhere in the world. The chef's version of veal saltimbacca was unusual and delicious as was the meatball entry. Service was attentive but not intrusive and the tariff was not overwhelming. Overall, a very good restaurant.
We dined here pre-theater, at the Huntin ...
We dined here pre-theater, at the Huntington Theater. We had a bit of trouble finding it correctly to get to the Valet, but eventually got there. We felt pressed for time, with a 15-20 minute walk to the theater awaiting us, so we let our server know right away, and he offered a private driver to take us to the theater when we were ready! Who knew?! The waiter was exceptional, making sure we got out on time and then the complimentary driver was waiting for us (we did of course tip him). Great service and a very nice meal.
I had fillet mignon which was nicely pre ...
I had fillet mignon which was nicely prepared. My son had spaghetti with seafood which was simply awful. It was horribly salty. It costs $36 and was inedible. I wanted my son to return it and either ask the chef to wash off all the salt or pick something else entirely but he didnt want to make a fuss. So he didn't eat dinner. Not a place I would recommend.
We travel a good bit and enjoy dining in ...
We travel a good bit and enjoy dining in various levels of restaurants, but this place moved to the very top of our critically acclaimed list! Best meal ever. Great service. Mood was set, quiet enough but plenty of action around the tables, great service (Zach?) and phenomenal presentation. My dish was Veal Saltimbocca, which I've enjoyed here and abroad, but never ever experienced a presentation like this. The tenderloin approach was absolutely over the top, taste, appearance, presentation - all perfect. A 10 out of 10! The evening was paced properly by the excellent wait staff, the other meals were also well presented and enjoyed by all. Kudos to this group for putting their best feet forward and delivering on what beat our expectations (they were already high) last Friday. Perfecto!
Had dinner here twice. Very expensive, b ...
Had dinner here twice. Very expensive, but in Boston everywhere is!
Excellent waiting staff, very knowledgeable about the menu. We both had filet mignon which was cooked to perfection, and was the best steak I have ever eaten.
Outstanding experience, never disappoint ...
Outstanding experience, never disappointed here. This is exactly what you would get in a restaurant in Tuscany- traditional dishes but with a sophisticated touch. Absolutely delicious food and the dining room is elegant and beautiful yet comfortable.
Another excellent experience at Sorrelli ...
Another excellent experience at Sorrellina. What a wonderful restaurant. The food was fantastic (blue fin tuna, , gnocchi, veal milanese and ribeye were the standouts). But it is more than the food - it is a true dining experience.
This was our first time at this restaura ...
This was our first time at this restaurant but not our last. The room is beautiful, the service was excellent and the food was delicious. Definitely an upscale experience and not inexpensive but well worth it for a special evening. We tried the home made pastas and would order them again.
The food and service was tremendous. A g ...
The food and service was tremendous. A great wine list complimented the food and the staff was very polite, efficient and knowledgable. The restauRant is elegant and comfortable with adequate spacing that provided for a pleasant experience. We had the grilled vegetables and fettuccine with mushrooms. Both Were excellent. I would highly recommend this restaurants.
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