Three Fifteen Main in Woburn is a neighborhood restaurant that aims to please for any meal of the day.
It’s bright, plain, and understated… almost to the point of boring. They’re in the process of adding a few small party rooms.
They do it all at 315 Main: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Menu includes all the pasta, chicken, veal, and seafood you would expect. Italian buffet available for lunch Monday though Friday.
Dishes are big enough that when you finish, you’ll wish you had saved a little to take home.
Homemade soups including a tasty traditional minestrone. Eggplant Rollatini stuffed with prosciutto and mozzarella absolutely melts in your mouth.
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Very fresh, basic Italian cooking served with a slight flair. Scrumptious Chicken Cacciatore with crisp veggies and in a chunky marinara sauce. Incredibly spicy Calamari Fra Diavlo packed with flavor. Crunchy and light grilled pizzas with gourmet toppings. It’s BYOB, so Phantom enjoyed a six pack of his personal Schlitz.
The desserts (and the incredible breads) come from the Roma Bakery across the street. The Tiramasu and lemon meringue pie are much better than most desserts made out of house.
Phantom’s smiley waitress was a true professional. Chef and owner Sam DiPasquale is very hands-on.
It’s hard to keep a restaurant sparkling during renovations, but they should at least spruce up the bathroom a bit.
Guess where it’s located… give up? Right at 315 Main St. in Woburn. You’ll have to park your car on the street.
Appetizers from $3 to $7. Entrees run between $6 and $11. The prices are so low, you’ll want to grab a couple extra entrees to store in the fridge. And lunch prices are about 15% cheaper.