The pizza place opened near Faneuil Hall just this past January, as previously reported. With a Sicilian chef and a menu that also included prosciutto panini, arancini di carne, fettuccine carbonara, and more, Rosso B. earned positive reviews for authenticity during its short lifespan. "Those crispy $2 slices really were tasty," the Globe's Kara Baskin writes. But owner Antonio Lucente-Stabile told the newspaper that he has no current plans to rejoin the restaurant world.
After Fewer Than Six Months, Rosso B. Has Closed Its Doors
The Sicilian eatery didn't last long.
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