Teresa’s Grille 19 Gets Glowing Review in The Boston Globe

Teresa's at night. Photo credit: Barry Comak.
Teresa's at night. Photo credit: Barry Comak.

One of North Reading’s newest eateries, Teresa’s Grille 19, was reviewed this week by The Boston Globe.

Grille 19 opened at the former Thomson Country Club, which was then followed by the upscale steakhouse Teresa’s Prime a few months later.

What did The Globe think of Grille 19?

“Each Teresa’s serves a different audience, but Grille 19 has the broadest appeal. It’s a dim cavern with a massive, uber-hip bar that seats 42 and comfortable, family-friendly booths and tables that fit about another 100,” wrote The Globe.

“Grille 19 may still be figuring out its formula, but with a vibe that welcomes families, a bar crowd, and customers in fancier attire upstairs stopping in for a drink, it’s reaching out to everyone and bound to nail it,” The Globe reported.

Read the full Boston Globe article here.

Have you been to Teresa’s Grille 19? What did you think of the restaurant?

Mark B January 18, 2014 at 10:21 AM
Who wrote this headline. Does not sound like a glowing review to me. Plus every time we drive by it during the day time we see no one there.
Jim Pothier January 18, 2014 at 01:58 PM
Hopefully, they've taken a second look at their prices, we thought $10 for a half glass of wine was a little steep!
ERNIE P[OUCHE January 18, 2014 at 05:27 PM
michael k. January 20, 2014 at 03:40 PM
Prices are Boston high on food and drink and it is a very loud dungeon. We were in there with another family and NR girls travel basketball team were eating with their parents. The parents could not control their kids, there was chanting for frozen yogurt in the middle of the restaurant.
Mackytack February 15, 2014 at 04:01 PM
Teresa's grille is awful...greasy, underprepared, overpriced, mediocre food...3 strikes as far as i'm concerned...going to try the Prime tonight, as i heard it was better, though i haven't set my sights too high...


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