For a slice of Italy, visit the South End. Here, you'll find the best authentically Italian food ever. Enjoy!
It is like going back to the good old days where neighbors talked and frequent local shops. Any of the off the beaten path restaurants are sure to please the palate as well as the wallet. Food is always good and conversation is better. Chat with the locals about where to get some good cheese or olive oil. Some of... More
If you don't mind a little exercise this picturesque area contains fun restaurants and interesting historic sites. Tourist trap? Sure, but aren't you a tourist? People we met were kind and colorful.
What a terrible place. All restaurants are tourist traps (except maybe Neptune Oyster). People are rude. Have a cappucino @ Dello Sport, it is worth it if it happens that you are there.
We walked from the Boston Harbor Hotel to the North End one night for dinner. The streets and buildings are beautiful! They happened to have an Italian Fest going on, so we got to walk the cobblestone streets and meet the residents of the north end while enjoying fresh food and games. A must-stop when visiting Boston.
The North end of Boston offers a quaint visit of shops and restuarants. A walking tour of this section of Boston is a worthwhile way to visit, The area has historic buildings and it is very intertesting
We didn't have as much time in the North End as I had hoped, but the sites of the Freedom Trail are well-maintained and easy to find. The streets are narrow and winding, cobblestone and brick. Shops and restaurants have been there forever and exude pride of ownership and tradition. Don't miss this part of Boston.
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