This neighborhood is really hopping. Great place to walk around. We enjoyed our lunch and cannolis and seeing Paul Revere's house(the outside) and the Old North Church.
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Sure, Mike's pastry is the place to get sweets, but the twisty streets and historical places are worth a wander all on its own.
This is more like Little Italy than the one in New York. It is fantastic if you want Italian food or pastries. It was unbelievably crowded on Saturday. Get reservations for restaurants ahead of time. Park elsewhere and don't attempt to drive since the streets...More
We paid a visit to the North End of Boston for two reasons - cannolis and pizza. First stop was Mike's Pastry, a short walk from the Haymarket stop off the Orange Line route of the T (subway system). It is the place to go...More
The North End is full of Boston history going back to the Revolution. It is also an Italian section of the city. There are lots of restaurants and shops. Mike's Pastry shop is a favorite with tourists and locals. Then there is the Old North...More
This part of town has the best Italian cafes, restaurants, small shops and bakeries. The streets are tiny and the locals all seem to know each other. Walk through and explore. I wouldn't recommend driving this area of town as it gets crowded in the...More