Looking through all the news, there is no doubt that the North End is a popular spot. With so many articles being written, it can be tough to keep up with all of that. Rest assured, we find news that pertains to the North End / Waterfront from all different types of sources. The Notable News post always has you covered with a quick and easy way to keep up with local news from all publications!
Brothers From North End Win $1 Million in DraftKings Fantasy Football Contest
In their first season playing on DraftKings, brothers Dave and Rob Gomes from the North End won $1 million after watching the clock expire on Monday Night Football. The rushing attack of the Patriots against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday propelled the brothers to the win. Sons of North End restauranteur Carla Gomes, the guys watched the game with friends and family at Antico Forno on Salem Street. See the video of their reaction at, BostInno.
Monica’s Opens Mercato Pizza
Adam Castiglioni asks “Who’s excited for Monica’s pizza?” breaking the news of this week’s opening of Monica’s Mercato Pizza at Noyes Place, off Salem Street.
Phantom Gourmet: Magnificent Meatballs
Meatball fans have met their match with this compilation of the best meatballs around. The North End was represented by Pagliuca’s on Parmenter Street and Strega, But as most of us already know, “in the North End, you could throw a meatball and hit a dozen good Italian restaurants.” Read more and watch video at, CBS Local.
NU Prof’s Rendering Shows ‘Visual Consequences’ of Proposed Harbor Square
The Harbor Square proposal from developer Don Chiofaro continues to ignite debate about the future of Boston’s Waterfront. Northeastern professor George Thrush brought the towers to life, showing residents what the waterfront would look like if the towers were to be built. Read more at, BostInno.
North End Comes to Harvard Square with Mike’s Opening
Mike’s Pastry, the Italian Bakery in the North End of Boston known for its cannoli’s and baked goods, has opened its second location in Harvard Square. After several setbacks in the process of opening at 11 Dunster Street in Cambridge, supervisor Danielle Papa said the store had a “perfect” opening weekend. Read the story at, The Harvard Crimson.
Winter on the Waterfront – Holiday Kickoff
Starting on November 22nd, the holiday season will be in full swing throughout the Waterfront area of Boston. Starting off with the Faneuil Hall tree lighting with Mayor Walsh, the events will continuously run through January 4th. Read details and view all planned events at, Winter on the Waterfront.
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