From the family that brought you Mistral, Teatro, Sorellina, Mooo, and Ostra, comes L’Andana. Inspired by its namesake trattoria nestled in the olive groves of the foothills of Tuscany, Chef Jamie Mammano presents a menu that captures the simplicity and freshness that defines Tuscan cuisine. L’Andana truly captures the rustic look of an old world farmhouse with end-grain wood floors, weathered barn board, steel, Italian mosaics and chandeliers made from old wine barrels and recreates it outside of Boston.
The soothing ambiance hosts the flavors of wood-grilled meats and seafood, house-made pastas, and decadent desserts. A warm welcome at the door and an unparalleled dining experience are the signatures of L’Andana. During the warmer months, L’Andana offers al fresco dining. This quiet oasis is created by the detailed landscaping and fresh herbs. Our patio accommodates up to 16 guests and is also available for private events.
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Chef Jamie Mammano began redefining the Boston restaurant scene in 1997 with the opening of Mistral, a French/Mediterranean restaurant in Boston’s South End. Chef Mammano embarked on his second restaurant venture with Mistral partner Paul Roiff in January 2003 with the opening of Teatro, a stylish yet casual Italian-influenced bistro. With Teatro, Chef Mammano created comfortable dining with an open kitchen and playful design in Boston’s Theatre District. In January 2006 the pair opened Sorellina, offering regional Italian-Mediterranean cuisine with a modern twist, a unique wine list and a warm-modern design intertwined with the glow of a back wall mural and floor-to-ceiling windows. Chef Mammano and Roiff followed this by partnering in The Federalist in November 2005. In August 2007, The Federalist transitioned into a modern steakhouse named Mooo..... Also in 2007, L’Andana opened in Burlington, MA featuring wood-grilled Tuscan cuisine. The design captures the rustic look of an old world farmhouse with end-grain wood floors, weathered barn board, steel, Italian mosaics, and chandeliers made from old wine barrels.