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Short Orders

A brazen bruschetta

(Debee Tlumacki for The Boston Globe)
By Adam Centamore
Globe Correspondent / October 13, 2010

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Gennaro’s Eatery proves that all bruschetta are not created equal. Usually tomatoes and basil on toasted bread, this Italian appetizer at the Quincy restaurant is closer to a pizza without sauce. The crispy, brick-oven crust teems with fresh tomatoes, chopped basil, red onion, and garlic. A drizzle of olive oil and melted mozzarella bring all the flavors together. For lunch, bruschetta ($5.99) might be complemented by a Caesar salad ($3.99). Finish with a sweet, creamy ricotta cannoli ($2.49). Roll home. Gennaro’s Eatery, 12 Blanchard Road, Quincy, 617-773-1500, www.gennaroseatery.com.