Bad Bunny Carbo-Loads with Friends During an Italian Dinner in Boston

The performer was in Boston for his Most Wanted Tour

<p>Kevin Mazur/WireImage</p> Bad Bunny in April

Kevin Mazur/WireImage

Bad Bunny in April

Bad Bunny knows how to keep his energy up after a night on stage.

On Thursday, April 18, the rapper and singer, 30, headed to Bricco in Boston’s North End, the city's historic Italian neighborhood, for a night of Italian cuisine. The star had performed nearby at the TD Garden the night before on April 17 with everything from a live horse to pyrotechnics as part of his show.

He was spotted at Bricco having a low-key meal with two friends in a semi-private area in the back of the restaurant. 

“He had three or four different pastas and enjoyed his night,” an onlooker tells PEOPLE. “He’s a super, super nice guy.”

<p>Courtesy of Bricco</p> Bricco in Boston

Courtesy of Bricco

Bricco in Boston

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While the group wasn’t drinking, they started the meal with several appetizers including fried calamari, octopus, and a caprese salad. For main courses, the group ordered ricotta pillows, pumpkin tortelli with amaretti and honey, sage butter, root vegetables, and ricotta salata. They also munched on pappardelle al cinghiale, which is made with a blend of wild boar braised in red wine and porcini mushrooms.

“He's a pretty reserved person, but very cordial and friendly,” the onlooker adds, noting that it was a “pretty quick meal."

<p>Courtesy of Bricco</p> Pasta bolognese from Bricco in Boston

Courtesy of Bricco

Pasta bolognese from Bricco in Boston

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Earlier in the day, a member of Bad Bunny’s team was spotted scoping out the table for the rapper, who was making his return to Bricco. Two years ago, he showed up after a concert with his DJ, friends, and manager to feast on appetizers, pasta, and steaks.

Bad Bunny announced his Most Wanted Tour in October before it kicked off on Feb. 21 at the Delta Center in Salt Lake City, UT. The tour annoucement came just a few days after the superstar released his album Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana (Nobody Knows What Will Happen Tomorrow).

He's next due to perform in Philadelphia on Friday, April 19.

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