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Nebo at Atlantic Wharf Plans Late June Debut

Posted by Kara Baskin  June 10, 2013 09:00 AM

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Carb lovers rejoice: We hear that popular enoteca Nebo plans a relaunch "by late June," per a rep, at 520 Atlantic Ave. Sisters Carla and Christine Pallotta shuttered their original North End location in March in favor of a bigger space, saddening TD Garden habitues who relied on the restaurant for post-game pizza. Their loss is the Greenway's gain: The sisters plan to expand the menu thanks to a larger kitchen, and we've got a peek at a few of their new dishes ahead.

Expect more seafood on the new menu, with dishes like branzino, squid ink pasta with salt cod confit, and cioppino with lobster, shrimp, calamari, mussels, and smelt in a spicy tomato broth. They're also adding 10 new pizzas to the roster: Look for lardo (lardo, mushroom, carmelized onion, sage, mozzarella), pugliese (buratta, san marzano tomato, basil, evoo), and a spicy smashed broccoli pie with sweet sausage and mozzarella.

The new spot is right next to Jody Adams's well-regarded restaurant, Trade. But no trace of rivalry here: Nebo recently took to Facebook to thank the neighborly Trade team for showing up during construction with — what else? — wine and pizza.

Trade and Nebo are just a few of the new restaurants flocking to the area: Check out the Globe's story on the neighborhood's growth right here.

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