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Where to Go for Homemade Meatballs?

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What Boston-area restaurants or sub shops have good homemade meatballs? Do they use pork and beef to make them? Perhaps a little veal? Do they serve the meatballs as a side, in a sub, on a pizza, with a pasta dish? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 9/2/09 by hiddenboston)


Finn wrote:
The meatballs that come with the spaghetti and meatballs at Grotto are really serious. I'm not sure what goes into them (definitely a mixture of meat products), but I do know what comes out of them: an overpowering satiety.
(Posted on 11/4/09)

katyfritz wrote:
NICO in the North End! With a tagline of "Meatballs and Music" you can't go wrong...
(Posted on 11/4/09)

MSGiro wrote:
Contrada's on Hanover St. They make a limited amount and you have to get there by 10AM to get your hands on them. How can you compete with that?
(Posted on 3/5/10)

TC wrote:
Il Panino espress in the North End... on a sub or a couple with the penne Arrabbiata - makes me hungry thinking about it.
(Posted on 8/5/10)


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