What it’s like:Historic · Vibrant · Residential
Known for:Waterfront · Pizza · Boutique
Tips from locals
The North End has incredible Italian food. Check out Domenics or Carmelinas (reservations recommended) or Modern or Mikes Pastry for dessert.
This hub for Italian-American culture is one of the more visited neighborhoods in Boston. It’s where you can see historical sites, like Paul Revere’s house, and dine along what feels like European streets. Then, of course, there are all of the Italian restaurants, where locals will argue over…
Boston's historic Italian neighborhood. Awesome Italian restaurants, cafes, and bakeries. A must see.
History and Food that's incredible Best of the Best Italian. It gets busy, relax and go with flow. Stroll the side streets and be amazed.