I finally managed to check out Pepe Bocca the other day. It replaced the old Sessa’s in Davis Sq. What a lovely little place! It feels like an old-world market in Italy. They make their bread in-house and offer a variety of charcuterie and cheeses. I don’t know if they make any pastas, but they have a variety of frozen raviolis, some frozen squid ink pasta, and lovely frozen pappardelle. They also have frozen pizzas and, if I remember correctly, some frozen prepared pastas.
They also offer prepared pizzas and calzones and have a nice variety of sandwiches on the menu. There is a small area where you can eat in after ordering at the counter. Beer and wine is available to go with your meal.
I only needed a couple of things, and was very happy with the quality of the pasta and ciabatta that I picked up. I’m excited to go back and try some of the prepared foods.
Here are a few photos: