Revered for its intimate atmosphere, stellar dining options, and landmark status, North End’s slanting apartment buildings, humble churches, and narrow alleyways conjure visions of old Europe. Rusted iron fire escapes and striped green awnings hang above North End’s various Italian pastry shops, cafes, and fine-dining restaurants. Stay in the neighborhood and you’ll be playing bocce ball with a man named Frankie faster than you can finish your cannoli—a treasured North End treat.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
A Quaint Boston Neighborhood With Italian Influences
One of Boston's finest and most beautiful neighborhoods, full of history. Home to Paul Revere's house and many gorgeous parks."
The Sweet Spot
A short walk to Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, the Aquarium and Seaport area, TD Garden, Downtown Crossing and more. Eat out somewhere new every night or cook at home and just go out for cannoli’s at Modern Pastry!"
The Savory Spot
North End at Night
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Kristin Teig is an editorial and commercial photographer, specializing in food and lifestyle photography. She grew up in San Diego, studied painting in Italy, and is now based in Boston. She loves the unexpected situations and connections that occur through photography. While out with her camera in the North End, she met some locals on the street and ended up joining them for a meal.