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The 400 Restaurant has a website!

May 26th, 2009


The 400 Restaurant (where I work) now has a website with all the information you would want: printable menus, hours of operation, contact information etc…
I just can’t say enough about how much I like working here because the food is fantastic and Bob and Amelia are probably the nicest people on the planet. Help support a local business and check them out! http://www.the400restaurant.com

8 Comments »

  1. Is this place still a mafia joint? I remember going there years ago and it being a bunch of pizans at the bar

    Comment by Richie May 26, 2009 @ 7:28 pm

  2. You definately have not been there in a while. It’s just a real cozy, family-style place with good food, friendly service and great music playing.

    Comment by Mary May 27, 2009 @ 7:28 am

  3. I still like my papa ginos pizza better. I’m a manager at the waverly st location so I’m biased. 400 used to have good fried dough, do they still serve this?

    Comment by Gerald Rose May 27, 2009 @ 6:14 pm

  4. Awesome fried dough. They even make one with apples and cinnamon. Pizza is so good….square, dough is crispy and light, and they use real mozzarella cheese. I’m hooked.

    Comment by Mary May 27, 2009 @ 6:44 pm

  5. Pizzas are really great here, old school like Union House and old 400.

    Comment by Jimmy May 29, 2009 @ 8:45 am

  6. hey michelle. The food from the 400 is the best I have ever had. Most people say that the Olive Garden is real Italian but obviously these people have not enjoyed the delicious food from here! p>

    Comment by Kati June 2, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  7. We’ve been looking for a good Italian joint ever since Marino’s in N. Cambridge closed. The North End is great, but getting there is no longer convenient! We’ll have to give 400 a try some time.

    Comment by Krista June 2, 2009 @ 8:44 pm

  8. My brother came in last week from Chicago so I took him over to the 400. The experience was less than adequate. I’m not sure what has happened over there, but the food quality was out of the can. I won’t go into all the details, but there’s clearly been some change in the kitchen since they reopened. I had the Carbonera and my brother had the ravioli, both very basic with out of the can sauce. The calamari was obviously of the frozen variety and overcooked like onion rings. I plan to send the owner a nicely written letter about my experience. I really want to see these guys succeed but they don’t hold a candle to LaCantina in this area. Very disappointing!

    Michelle here: I can understand that no matter how good a restaurant is, they can have an off night or it’s just not everyone’s type of place. As employee (as I’ve stated in my post), I’d just like to point out that the 400 infact does not use canned sauce, they make their own, as well as they hand-bread the fried claimari to order and is not frozen out of a bag and into the fryer. Again, I know even 5 star restaurants don’t make everyone happy and I’m sorry to hear you were dissapointed. Bob and Amelia have made changes to the kitchen and always looking for ways to improve, such as ingredient quality and have hired a chef for creative weekend specials.

    Comment by Mac January 12, 2010 @ 1:57 pm

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