- Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 5:30 to 10:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday 5:30 to 11:30 p.m.
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout
- Parking Lot Available
This hip Little Haiti spot run by chefs Luciana Giangrandi and Alex Meyer offers an ever-changing lineup of pastas designed to comfort and enchant. Look for pappardelle alla lepre, unctuous shreds of braised rabbit tangled with wide ribbons of pasta; or green pea garganelli with a pop of smoked trout roe. It’s not all about noodles here, however. Boia De offers plenty of non-pasta delights, including meat and fish dishes and crisp potato skins filled with milky stracciatella cheese, caviar, and a hard-cooked egg. New Normal: For the time being, the tiny dining room has given way to a similarly small outdoor patio. The restaurant sells wine to-go and has installed a ventanita for easy pickup.
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