This colorful menu cover dated circa 1906 represents a truly ethnic, period Italian restaurant in Boston, with every menu category written in Italian. Food was served at Bova’s at any time of the day and a ten-course dinner including wine was 75 cents. The restaurant was opened by Antonio Bova, who came to America from Calabria, and his descendants still run one of the North End’s most famous bakeries..
Courtesy Lou Greenstein
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