Great italian food, very quaint picture perfect streets to walk through, try out a mike's cannoli. Love the North End
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More than enough great restaurants to choose from for any price range. I was pleased to find a few for breakfast now. Not near as many little shops (souvenirs, trinkets, etc) as there were ten years ago as they seem to have been replaced by...More
Foodie paradise (those keen on Italian cooking), nestled within a very historic neighborhood of Boston, including the Paul Revere house. Wonder around through the various narrow streets and alleys to come upon hidden gems. Well worth your time
What an amazing section of Boston. From authentic restaurants & bakeries serving Italian delight to the yummy food available in the small markets. The building architecture is breath taking.
Like going back to Italy - loved wondering the streets and taking in the enviroment and ethnic Italian life mixed with amazing American Histroy
One of Boston's oldest neighborhoods. History is on every streetcorner. Great restaurants, cafes, and bakeries line the streets. For a look into Little Italy, wander the side streets. In the summer, there is a great street Fiesta nearly every week.
I lived in the North End twice (once for two years, and then a few years later, a different apartment for one year). The food everywhere is amazing. Doesn't matter if it's a celebrity chef restaurant or a hole-in-the-wall. I've had them all and can...More