What are your favorite North End Restaurants?
The North End is Boston’s oldest Neighborhood. A one-square-mile waterfront community close to Faneuil Hall, The Freedom Trail, and The Old North Church. It isn’t dubbed Boston’s “Little Italy” by accident.
Top Picks for North End Restaurants
Some say the North End is THE place to eat in Boston. We know there are many great establishments to choose from all over the city, but our “Little Italy” does have an amazing selection of restaurants.
There are over 100 restaurants, bakeries, and cafes to choose from and most of them are Italian. No matter what you are craving, you are sure to find something here you will love.
Hanover Street is the main street in the North End. It’s a good place to start. Sip espresso, enjoy some gelato, shop at boutiques, check out a bakery…the possibilities are endless.
After that, venture out onto some side streets and be sure to check out Salem Street, which runs parallel to Hanover. Discover a butcher, fish markets, flower shops, more bakeries, don’t forget the liquor stores, and much more.
Here is a list of a few of our favorite North End Restaurants:
Voted the #1 Pizza in Boston. Their website states “North End Brick Oven Pizza since 1926.”
“Welcome to Boston’s Original Pizzeria!” For over three generations, Regina’s delicious brick over pizza has been inspired by the love of good food and the special pride of the Polcari Family.
If you really like pizza–I mean REALLY love pizza, check out the North End Pizza Tour. Enjoy a walking tour of historic Boston, taste pizza from three popular pizzerias, and learn some Boston history from a knowledgeable guide.
Mike has 50 year of experience in baking. His comprehensive knowledge of traditional Italian baking techniques and recipes have been gathered from all over Italy (and the world). He specialized in traditional Italian pastries, biscotti, cakes, torrone, cookies, pies, squares, gelati, and marzipan.
Check out his website for more information.
Modern Pastry is a family owned and operated Italian Bakery. Three generations of innovative master chefs utilize over 150 years of “Old World” Italian recipes, methods, and experience. They offer:
- Imported goods
- Hand-made cookies
- Traditional Italian cakes and pastry
- Fresh baked pies
- Custom and wedding cakes
Ristorante Limoncello is a very amazing, but often overlooked gem. You will find authentic dishes such as squid ink fettuccine, veal saltimbocca, and chicken Parmesan. Don’t forget to try the meatballs– a family recipe and cost only $5.
Located on the Freedom Trail, just a few doors down from the Paul Revere House in North Square.
According to their website:
Carla Gomes Agripino opened Terramia Ristorante in 1993 with executive chef and Salerno native, Mario Nocera. Terramia transformed old world classics into new world masterpieces. You won’t be disappointing with this great twist on Italian.
The Daily Catch
A Sicilian-Style Seafood & Pasta restaurant. The Daily Catch’s North End location is the original one founded in 1973. With only twenty seats, you are guaranteed fast, efficient service and fresh seafood! Classic dishes and weekly specials keep bringing people back.
Let us know where you love to eat in Boston’s North End.
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