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Wednesday’s 3 Things: Eataly Opens, Garbage Overflow, Top Holiday Strolls!

Three Things to Know for Wednesday!

1. Highlights from Boston and the North End:

Eataly Boston Opens In Prudential Center

Tuesday was the grand opening of Eataly, the newest place for Boston’s Italian food lovers. Opened at the Prudential, the highly awaited Italian market features four restaurants, ten takeaway counters, five bars and a huge selection of groceries. View the full story at, CBS Boston.

Garbage continues to be an issue, and it isn’t even trash day! Overflowing Trash Can at 1252 Cross Street, with a full compactor on the North End Freedom Trail.  Read more at BOS:311.

2. Ah the Holiday Season. . . “It’s that time of year”

2. Take a look at the following articles:

Our Guide to the Season’s Best Holiday Strolls

From the North End to Nantucket, it is the magical time of year for holiday strolls. The North End will host their 10th Annual Holiday Stroll on December 2nd where local shops open their doors among the narrow streets and trendy boutiques. Read the full compilation at Boston Common Magazine.

Sophia And Michael’s North End Engagement Shoot

Sophia and Michael took to the North End streets to have their engagement photos taken, encompassing the “fall colors with the warm tones of the brick and the general bad-assery of the entire neighborhood.” View the photos and read their story at, Christian Pleva Images.

Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

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