The 715 restaurant will serve “penne rage” to connoisseurs

PENNE RAGE $25 fresh pasta, braised pork and beef, tomato sauce, three ways of chili (Calabrian peppers, pepper flakes, pepper paste), butter, parmesan Vegetarian option available. Funny story: ragu self-corrects to rage, we’ve missed posting ragu to rage on social media multiple times over the past decade. So Penne Rage is our Penne Ragu but Spicy AF.

If Restaurant 715 isn’t on your list of things to do during your summer stay, head to Lawrence!

The Mass Street favorite offers eclectic dishes with a decidedly Italian twist. Matt Hyde, one of the partners who opened the restaurant in 2009, says 715’s longevity is based on a mix of chef-prepared favorites and new dishes, great cocktails, a well-curated wine list and inspired service.

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Regulars are also drawn to the staff’s always quirky sense of humor, as seen on social media. But Hyde credits executive chef Kelly Conwell, formerly of Jax and Stock Hill, with making memorable adjustments to the restaurant’s favorite dishes. If you want these dishes or drinks, you have to know. “We only have a limited amount of menu real estate!” said Hyde.

First up is the Penne Rage Pasta, a crowd favorite that was previously on the menu. “Autocorrect kept changing penne ragu to penne rageHyde says. “It kind of became a joke. Some on social media would even ask, “Why penne then angry?’ We just decided to go with it!

The regulars are still clamoring for it and Chef Conwell is giving it a boost, like in the spicy AF! “Kelly wanted to make sure this dish wasn’t just about the heat,” says Hyde. “This is a delicious penne ragu with lots of depth.”

Fancy an aperitif to share? Or maybe something to just soak up your game day hangover? Hyde recommends Chef Conwell’s version of The Fries Who Loved Me. For several years, the restaurant didn’t insist on having fries on the menu. “But we recovered on our own, and you know, everyone loves a good fry, so why not?” he says. “They are fun, nostalgic. If we were going to have fries, we wanted to do them the right way.

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THE FRIES WHO LOVE ME $19.98 house cut, double fries, braised pork and beef stew, stracchino cheese, chili oil, fully loaded basil, gone in 60 seconds.

Hyde boasts that the fries at 715 are some of the best around, if you know how to order them. “They were on the menu before Kelly arrived, but she preferred a different level of doneness,” he says. “A little less dark.”

Hyde and Chef Conwell enjoy the thunk-thunk potatoes cut on the spot. Its gourmet fries are soaked in water, air-dried, blanched in oil, then fried to order to create a baked potato-like interior with a gorgeous crispy brown exterior. You won’t find an organic or homemade version if you want ketchup. “I’ve tested over 100 ketchups and Heinz is the best,” Hyde says.

Finally, if you fancy a libation, 715 offers a hidden Rosé tallboy. “We are not a brewery, but we have a lot of great wines, so I created the Tallboy rosé, not to replace beer but to promote rosé,” Hyde says. “It’s the perfect summer fire extinguisher for drinking on the terrace. Also, Kelly love Pink!”

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ROSÈ TALLBOY $12.98 10 oz of dry French rosé goodness served in a collins glass filled to the brim.

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