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Any North End resident knows that walking down Hanover Street on a weekend night means you’ll have to not only dodge people passing by on the sidewalk, but you’ll have to work your way through the long restaurant lines. Cold weather, summer heat, rain, and even wintry weather doesn’t stop people from waiting for their North End favorites. Read The Boston Globe and determine for yourself if the experience is worth the wait?
In many respects, Boston is a one-of-a-kind city. Could it be similar to another city? Furthermore, a city in Australia? Everything from having spring holidays featuring sporting events, to a plethora of prestigious Universities and Lygon Street which feels like Boston’s North End. Read The Huffington Post which compares Boston and Melbourne to being”sister cities on opposite sides of the globe.”
One of the newest additions to the North End’s bustling restaurant scene, Tenoch on Lewis Street has become a big hit with locals and visitors. Business was not always this smooth and easy, moving into the North End to open a restaurant had its fair share of obstacles. Continue reading at The Boston Globe.
There are many things to do when visiting cities, with all the history that Boston resident’s are constantly surrounded by, it’s easy to forget of the strong roots of these streets. Taking a stroll through the common, walking the freedom trail, Harvard, Faneuil Hall, and Sam Adam’s brewery are among many attractions to take advantage of when visiting. Read more at, My San Antonio.
Pizza Week 2014 at Boston Eater
Now with 21 locations, Regina’s Pizza will always be a North End Classic. Not only is this one of the oldest pizza places around, the North End’s Regina’s still has the original oven and their stores still use the original recipe. Longtime supervisor Richie Zapata about this North End classic, which has spread to over 20 New England locations over the years.
In case you haven’t heard the news, the 20-year-old North End pizzeria Ernesto’s is opening a new location at Somerville’s Assembly Row. Read about the business from day 1 to where they are now, get the inside story on their expansion and future plans for Ernesto’s.
There are not many places to hide Pizza in the North End, but that isn’t the case throughout the rest of the city. Regardless, a few votes still went to North End establishments: Parziale Bakery’s pizza squares and Artu’s pizza (only offered at the bar) caught attention from chefs around the city.
It’s no surprise that the North End was well represented here, with two votes in favor of Galleria Umberto. Also read Phil Frattarolli’s vote for his favorite calzone.
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