BostonByAida

North End

The North End is the traditional Italian neighborhood of Boston. The area, long separated from downtown Boston by the old elevated central artery is now seeing a wave of newcomers with the result that fewer 'mom-and-pop' stores remain as gentrification is slowly overtaking this once tight-knit Italian community, however if you like Italian food there are many restaurants from which to choose - ranging from family-style to high-price menus.

Prince St.
North End Prince St.
Greenway Park
North End Greenway Park
North End Park
North End Park
Cafe Vittoria, Hanover Street
North End Cafe Vittoria, Hanover Street
Bova's Bakery
North End Bova's Bakery
Mike's Pastry, Hanover Street
North End Mike's Pastry, Hanover Street
Salem Street, with chair reserving parking spot
North End Salem Street, with chair reserving parking spot
Inside Polcari's Store
North End Inside Polcari's Store
Cafe Paradiso, Hanover Street
North End Cafe Paradiso, Hanover Street
Salem Street
North End Salem Street
Commercial Street
North End Commercial Street
North End Street
North End Street
North End Street
North End Street
North End Street
North End Street
Paul Revere's statue
North End Paul Revere's statue
North Square
North End North Square
Assaggio
North End Assaggio
Rabia's, Salem Street
North End Rabia's, Salem Street
Cross Street
North End Cross Street
Salem Street
North End Salem Street
Cantina Italiana
North End Cantina Italiana
Italian Feast, Hanover St.
North End Italian Feast, Hanover St.
V. Cirace & Son, Inc.
V. Grace & Son, Inc.
The Connah Store, Hanover St.
The Connah Store, Hanover St.
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