North End Boston
The North End of Boston is the city's earliest neighborhood, settled in the 17th century. This is Boston's Italian district, and it is lined with wonderful restaurants and cafes. The Freedom Trail winds its way through the streets and stops at Paul Revere's House, Copp's Burying Ground, and the Old North Church. Be sure to visit the Paul Revere Mall and take in the famous statue that dates back to 1885.
During the months of July and August there are many Outdoor Festivals that honor the Patron Saints. A walk through Hanover Street at any time, but especially during one of these festivals, will give you a real taste of the neighborhood. Also be sure to visit St. Stephen's Church, built in 1804. The Italian Renaissance Church was designed by Boston's own Charles Bulfinch. The 1805 bell that originally hung in the tower was even cast by Paul Revere.
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Antico Forno is an inviting neighborhood trattoria that provides a truly authentic Neapolitan experience.
Popular old-world Cafe located in the North End.
First Italian Cafe in Boston-1929.
Italian Cuisine - One of the North Ends Best!
Best Sandwiches in North End. Nothing fancy.
Beautiful setting, impeccable service, fine food, and wine it is no wonder that Lucca attracts a large following
Mamma Maria is a world class restaurant in the North End of Boston.
Health-conscious locals and visitors alike are flocking to Mare and its feel-good way of eating, which also happens to be delicious.
North End Pizzaeria serving brick pizza since 1926.
Prezza, the restaurant, enhances this peasant style, simple fare by incorporating foods from other regions of the Mediterranean.
TARANTA cooks and lives Southern Italian cuisine with a Peruvian twist.
Rustic but cozy trattoria with stucco walls and beamed ceilings specializes in creative interpretations of Italian classics.
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