Welcome to the North End, Boston's "Little Italy!"

The North End stands as the the city’s oldest residential community, and was established, and continuously inhabited since the 1630s. Tourists pass historic sites like the Paul Revere House and the Old North Church on the self-guided Freedom Trail, but the small, vibrant Boston neighborhood is best known for its award winning Italian food. With several different demographics living in North End since it was created, today the rich culture is alive today with festivals, theatre, and historical landmarks sprinkled throughout the neighborhood.

Located minutes away from Downtown, Seaport, and TD Garden, the North End is perfectly situated near public transport making the area easily accessible.

With so much to offer, and convenient location it is no wonder that the North End is one of the premier destinations in the City and there is a reason so many people are choosing to call it home.


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The Dining Scene

Both locals and visitors know that Boston’s North End is home to many of the best restaurants in the city. For any price point, you will be sure to find the perfect restaurant, cafe, or bite to eat in the North End. Hotspots like Mike’s & Modern Pastry, or the famous Regina Pizzeria are popular and packed many hours of the day.

Founded in 1946, and famous for their cannoli’s, Mike’s Pastry is located in Boston’s historic North End on Hanover Street.
300 Hanover St.
Cozy, upmarket Italian restaurant with shared tables featuring an elevated fixed-price dinner menu.
445 Hanover St.
Circa-1926 local chain for thin-crust, brick-oven pizzas in a no-frills setting. It is loved by locals.

11 Thacher St.

Veteran family-run bakery selling pizza by the tray or slice plus classic Italian breads & cookies.


80 Prince St.

Casual, local Italian eatery offering hearty classics such as pasta & pizza alongside wine & beer.
361 Hanover St.
A cozy ambiance for upscale, modern interpretations of Italian peasant fare, with handmade pastas.
24 Fleet St.

Giant portions of classic Roman-style fare & lengthy wine list define this family-friendly fixture.


112 Salem St.

North End stalwart plating Italian classics since the ’80s in Tuscan-inspired quarters.


104 Salem St.

Sicilian-style pasta & seafood are prepared in an open kitchen at this easygoing fixture.


323 Hanover St.

Celebrated traditional Italian cafe with vintage decor, 4 floors, 3 bars & coffee.


290-296 Hanover St.

Open-air restaurant offers hearty portions of classic Italian dishes that come with a modern flair.


307 Hanover St.

Pastries, cakes, pies & cookies fill the cases at this unassuming, family-run Italian bakery.


257 Hanover St.