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This Week's Featured Neighborhood: North End

The Italian Heart of Boston

Also known as 'Little Italy,' the North End of Boston is its oldest residential neighborhood. The historic neighborhood was often the first stop for immigrants arriving in Boston centuries ago. Rich in history, the North End is home to the Old North Church, Paul Revere's house and burial grounds. The North End also features one-square mile of waterfront that provides scenic views of the Boston Harbor.

Above all the North End is famous for its deeply rooted Italian culture that is still prominent today. The North End contains an abundance of restaurants, most of which are Italian. This spot is the ideal place to find authentic cuisine, bakeries, and gelato in Boston. Overall the North End is what makes Boston so special from its rich history to beautiful views of Boston Harbor, this neighborhood is a must visit for tourists and an ideal place to live.

Some restaurants include: Mamma Maria (Italian): 3 N Square Lucca (Italian): 226 Hanover Street Aragosta Bar and Bistro (Italian): 3 Battery Wharf Neptune Oyster (Seafood): 63 Salem Street

Some shopping stores include: Bobbles & Lace: 26 Prince Street Twilight: 12 Fleet Street

Some bars & pubs include: Waterfront Café: 450 Commercial Street Four Winds: 266 Commercial Street

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Sources: Boston.com http://www.north-end-boston.com/ cityofboston.gov