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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.
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  • texazcharlie
    McKinney, Texas87 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Food, food, food (and history)
    If you love to eat, then head for the North End. It's the Italian part of Boston and the smells and sounds along the narrow streets are amazing. Open windows and doors everywhere. Tried cannolis from Mike's and the next day got sandwiches from Salumeria Italiana and walked to Paul Revere Mall for a picnic on the benches there. Dines ad Lucia Ristorante the next night and the food was wonderful. Toured Paul Revere's home, walked past the North Church and walked through Copps Hill Burying Ground.
    Visited July 2023
    Written 11 July 2023
  • KD2
    Houston, Texas14 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Enjoyable taste of Italy
    We’d just returned from Rome and Amalfi -then visited Little Italy in Boston. It did not disappoint. We were decided to have dinner early and were fortunate to get right in a Mamma Maria’s. The tuna tartare was eatable but I’d NEVER order it again. The Lobster Ravioli entree saved the day- it was delicious! We took a delightful evening stroll…saw the Paul Revere statue, Freedom trail and took home a Little Regina’s pizza pie (for a late night snack)
    Visited July 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 27 July 2023
  • homie41
    Larbert, United Kingdom13 contributions
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    Fantastic Boston
    Fantastic city would recommend Boston to anyone looking for a grown up American city adventure. Everyone is so nice and polite . We went to a Red Sox game on a Friday night what a amazing exciting night . Headed off to the ocean to see the whales ( they did not disappoint) looking forward to going again some day Boston we miss you very much
    Visited July 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 1 August 2023
  • 363cymru123
    Cardiff, United Kingdom123 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A pleasant area
    A walk around the North End is great for families. Visit the Boston tea party ships and museum, and the children's museum which are across the bridge from each other. Along the boardwalk at the moment there are lots of painted statues of cows for charity which the children love. Visit the New England Aquarium on a rainy day. For history buffs there is Paul Revere House, Paul Revere Mall, Old North Church and St. Stephen's Church. While in the north end you must try cannoli's at either Mike's Pastry or Modern Pastry, both are yummy!
    Visited August 2023
    Written 6 August 2023
  • Kate D
    34 contributions
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    Wow just Wow
    You will feel like you are in a little European town, or you can make believe you are there. Don't get lost on the bus line like we did and wind up going to the too far north part of town. The food, the people, the pastries, amazing. The church ladies so sweet unless you try and eat a cannoli in their church garden and then you will have hell to pay. A must see and a must experience, try Modern pastry but take cash, try Ricardo's for the swordfish. So many places and not enough time. Pray in St. Leonard's church but watch out for the church ladies.
    Visited August 2023
    Written 14 August 2023
  • Tee L
    Staten Island, New York7 contributions
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    One word- Delicious!
    We loved visiting the North End! Carmelina's is by far one of my favorites (and their meatball appetizer is to die for). Mike's Pastries, although iconic, had a line out the door and I wondered if it was just the hype or a really amazing baked confection. A bit of both, I suppose. The true vibe was incredible and architecture was superb. A must visit for a foodie!
    Visited August 2023
    Written 16 August 2023
  • SnooksintheDesert
    Phoenix, Arizona563 contributions
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    North End
    Ride-share dropped us here from our Seaport hotel - easy to walk & very compact. Streets are narrow, cool architecture. Lots of places to eat - some ver pricy, look for neighborhood places instead
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 12 September 2023
  • TheCityBreakers
    181 contributions
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    Little Italy
    We knew nothing about Boston’s Little Italy until we wandered into the North End and saw many Italian restaurants! A shop owner briefly explained the history of the area and we enjoyed walking its historic streets. We sat on the outside terrace of one of the restaurants opposite the Paul Revere statute and watched the work go by.
    Visited September 2023
    Travelled with friends
    Written 17 September 2023
  • purplevortex
    Charlton, New York55 contributions
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    Walk around aimlessly! So much to see.
    Walk around aimlessly, there's so much to see. Take the road less traveled. Come hungry. Don't be put off by the lines at the bakeries, they move fast. Grab a gelato. People watch. But make dinner reservations in advance!
    Visited October 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 14 October 2023
  • Dave W
    Bradenton, Florida9 contributions
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    The North End is a must visit if you’re in Boston
    If you like home style Italian food, old buildings , brick and cobblestone roads that are very narrow and pastry shops you’ll love the north end. I’m a foodie so this place is like heaven to me. It really doesn’t matter which restaurant you choose to have lunch or dinner in, they’re all great. You don’t need to wait outside the ones that have long lines and a 1 1/2 hour wait, you can’t go wrong with any of them. Stop in and try them if you weren’t impressed then try another one the next day. About the only difference is the service. Some great, some good but none of them are bad. If they were they wouldn’t be here anymore. The food is great in every one of them. I’ve eaten in at least 50 of them and they’re all good. Same thing with the big 3 pastry shops. Mike’s gets the longest lines but Modern or Bova’s are just as good or better. People I’ve talked to like the cannolis at Mike’s the best but I like Moderns pastries better and Bova’s is open 24/7 and been there the longest. Hanover and Salem are the two streets where most everything is but don’t forget to go down the side streets either because there are a lot of great places to eat on them too. Very narrow streets and lots of people in the north end but it’s a MUST to visit.
    Visited October 2023
    Travelled with friends
    Written 17 October 2023
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