In the old days you might have just cut out a newspaper clipping and put it on the fridge. Now you just read the notable news post covering the articles over the past week!
T-shirt weather in March brought “pasty arms and upturned faces” out to the North End parks on the Greenway. With the brutal New England Winters, a day like this is always appreciated by local residents, but find out why a nice day in March means much more in 2016 at, The Boston Globe.
Boston is famously known for Paul Revere’s “midnight ride,” yet the city shuts down early and has few late-night dining options. Recently, the MBTA voted to end late-night service for the MBTA, so before the service ends in a few months, be sure to take a look at a few good late-night food offerings like Bova’s Bakery in the North End, which is open for 24 hours, continue reading at, Zagat.
Holly Marcus has been living in the North End for almost 40 years and for the first time, she is concerned that she will be forced to leave the neighborhood. A would prevent landlords from acting on expiring federal restrictions for shelter subsidized apartments, “the city should be accessible for every income and not just for the wealthy,” continue reading at New Boston Post.
As of November, many may have noticed that the Waterfront Cafe on Commercial Street is now called Rocco’s Cucina & Bar. Do not let the name fool you, a post on their Facebook page indicated that this is just a simple rebranding, with the spot remaining mostly the same. Read the full article at, Boston Restaurant Talk.
Although Boston is not a stereotypical “whiskey town,” it is worth stopping at Ward 8 in the North End for a classic cocktail, to go with some crispy duck wings and a great selection of whiskeys. View the article at, The Boston Globe.
Visiting Boston to enjoy some great sport, food and culture, the wide selection of restaurants in the North End, along with pizza and pasta, was a pleasant surprise. From the upscale stores on Newbury Street to the “boutique experience” in the North End, read the full article at, Mirror.