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The Ristorante Marino specializes in salads made with crisp, dishes low in fat and cholesterol, and authentic dishes originate in the Abruzzo region of Italy. Lunch menu selections feature whole wheat pastas, breads, organically grown salads and vegetables, olive oil instead of butter, and lean meats. Menu for children, vegetables, and side dishes are included in dinner menu. From homemade authentic gelato to butter cookies and layer cakes to cream filled puffed pastry, they have the dessert to follow any meal. They offer a full take-out market for meals, full service custom catering for all occasions, and Tivoli function room for any event or meeting.

Location: 2465 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge Massachusetts 02140 Telephone 617-868-5454 Fax 617-868-7985

Other Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries nearby:
(Saugus) Donatello Restaurant
(Framingham) Aegean Restaurant
(Concord) Aigo Bistro
(Worcester) Amore Cafe
(Norton) Ann's Place
(Boston) Anthony's Pier 4

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