Boston loves Italian food, and there’s no better neighborhood to find the stuff than the North End. In this hub of marinara, an eater can find handmade ricotta gnocchi, margherita pizza, arancini, veal saltimbocca, and so much more. The old Italian proverb “chi mangia bene, vive bene” (which translates roughly to “those who eat well live well”) is a way of life for restaurants and diners in the North End.
From Hanover Street to Salem Street to North Square Park, this neighborhood boasts an incredibly high concentration of Italian American restaurants, trattorias, delis, and bakeries. One can wine and dine in style over an eight-course dinner or casually snack on pizza and cannoli while sightseeing.
Start your exploration of the North End with these excellent spots.
Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; it may pose a risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial COVID transmission.Read More