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This Italian neighborhood, Boston's oldest, is known for its wonderful restaurants and historic sights. Walk the cobblestone streets to take in the architecture and aromas of delicious food, and visit Paul Revere's house and the Old North Church...more
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One of the musts whilst visiting Boston whether you stop off on you freedom trail route and do an extra hour or so or do it separately and just wander. This is just not the Italian Quarter but has so much more history with other...More
Before my trip to Beantown I read they had the best pizza in the US and Canolis too. The wait outside Regina's under the heated awnings made it worth it. The pizza was awesome. Then we went to Mike's for a Canoli. OMG. That was...More
Looking for amazing, homemade Italian pastries and food? The North End is where you need to go!
There is very little street parking (most is only for residents), but there are some public lots and DoD ID card holders can park for free in the...More
If you cannot find anywhere to eat in this district then there is no hope! Italian orientated but lots choices other foods. Nice cake shops....us Brits love a nice tart! Easy to get to and car parks if u do choose to drive are near...More
Okay, I live here, so I am biased. But we have so much culture in our small little corner of the city. Feel like you have gone back in time walking along the side streets. Leave Hanover and eat on Salem. Go to Bova for...More
A while back I was at a neighborhood butcher shop in the north end and the butcher was talking to a customer about the parking and overall the way things are now. He said in the good old days when the mob ran things there...More
Wandering around Boston’s North End can feel like being transported to Europe. Stroll down Hanover and Salem streets for the finest Italian restaurants, bakeries, cafes, and a few boutique shops. Take part in the big debate as to whether Modern Pastry or Mike’s serves a better cannoli. Before your food coma sets in, make sure to stop by historic Paul Revere’s home, and follow the Freedom Trail to Old North Church
and Copp’s Hill Burying Ground. Take a rest in a cafe on Hanover street and observe the quirky, European character of the North End.
Sorry to be so late with this response, been traveling :-) If you're looking for a true "lobster bake" you won't find that at a restaurant. Those types of things need to be catered. There are lines most everywhere unless... More
Sorry to be so late with this response, been traveling :-) If you're looking for a true "lobster bake" you won't find that at a restaurant. Those types of things need to be catered. There are lines most everywhere unless you choose to eat dinner at 5 pm, you'll be seated immediately.