Take a moment to skim through the Weekender for any big stories you may have missed.  We put together the most popular posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com, allowing you to catch up on the top stories from around the neighborhood. 

Top Posts This Week:

Sushi Rock concept photo shows the upstairs bar.
Sushi Rock concept photo shows the upstairs bar.

Sushi Rock Aims to Bring Asian Flare to the North End

A pan Asian restaurant and sushi bar restaurant is set to open on Salem Street by the end of this year. Sushi Rock, will open with two floors both featuring spacious dining with bars serving beer, wine, and cordials. Continue Reading

Public Safety Neighborhood Walk With Boston Police

On a Thursday night in the North End, local residents and law enforcement went on a neighborhood walk patrolling the streets and local businesses. Putting an emphasis on public safety, the night was quiet despite a few inebriated pedestrians and some late night gatherings. View Post

Monica’s expanding to pizza in the basement.
Monica’s expanding to pizza in the basement

Notable News: Monica’s Pizza Coming, Pino Gets World Series Ring, Climate Change, Valuable Condos & More!

If you have not had time to surf the web and catch up on news about the neighborhood. Rest assured, the notable news post will catch you up on all of the local buzz from news papers, blogs, online magazines, and more! View Post

Friends of the North End Celebrate at 42nd Annual Reunion

The Sons of Italy Hall in Winchester was the site of the 42nd annual reunion of the Friends of the North End. With ages ranging from their early 20s to their early 90s, the hall was packed with embraces, handshakes and reminiscing. Read More and view photos.

Bridj transportation service will be put to a vote to being service to the North End.
Bridj transportation service will be put to a vote to being service to the North End.

Vote to Bring Bridj to the North End 

A voting system will be used to determine the locations for services of Bridj, a new transportation company that connects neighborhoods via popular routes on Wi-Fi enabled express shuttles. The cost per trip is about a “cup of coffee,” view post for more details.

Editor’s Pick:

North End Groups Request for Deferral on Tia’s Restaurant Expansion Rejected

In a joint letter submitted to the Zoning Board of Appeals, the North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association and the North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council requested the application for a second story roof deck on Tia’s Restaurant to be deferred. The Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services (ONS) does not consider Tia’s to be in the North End, continue reading for the request for deferment.

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