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North End Boston

The Italian neighborhood of the North End of Boston is the “Little Italy” of Massachusetts. It offers some of the finest Italian families, food, shopping and hotels in the country. Of course, this intimate setting features some of the most beautiful, and oldest, buildings, and residents, in Boston too. As one would assume, most  of the local residents are of Italian origin. These Italian families ensure that their native language, traditional songs and colorful ceremonies flourish here. Most Summer weekend nights, Boston’s Little Italy celebrates authentic, Italian street festivals. The largest, and most famous, of these fun, family friendly events are Saint Anthony’s Festival and Fishermans Feast. During the day, the most famous parks in Boston are only blocks away too: Boston Common and Boston Public Garden.

North End Restaurants, North End Hotels, North End Shopping

Some of the top restaurants in the North End of Boston include: Strega, Giacomos, Bricco, Panza, Antico Forno, Bova’s Bakery and Pizzeria Regina. Locally owned “Mom and Pop” shops are scattered amongst endless Italian restaurants. Of course, they feature many of the most popular Italian groceries, clothing and jewelry. Finally, out of town visitors can also treat themselves to some of the top hotels in Massachusetts. The most popular hotels near Boston’s North End include:  Eliot Hotel, The Verb Hotel, Hotel Commonwealth, Boston Hotel Buckminster, Residence Inn by Marriott and the Inn at Longwood Medical.


Boston offers tourists many options to learn about this historical city: Duck Tours, walking tours, and bus tours. So, whether you’re shopping or dining in Boston, or on a business trip or vacation at one of Massachusett’s best hotels, you are sure to find something to please every member of the family. Additionally, don’t forget to visit the nearby neighborhoods of Beacon Hill and and Back Bay!