The Weekender: Tresca Update, Gov’t Center Project, City Hall Facelift, Batting Cage!

Recapping the top post of the week, take a look at the 5 posts that drove the most traffic!

Executive Chef, Rich Ansara and Bruins Legend Ray Bourque (Photo: Matt Conti).

New Chef and Team Join Ray Bourque at North End’s Tresca

Entering their 10th year on Hanover Street, Tresca Restaurant and Bar will start a new chapter with new owners, new management, and Executive Chef, Rich Ansara. With these changes comes an updated Tresca menu featuring Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, read the post for more.

Bulfinch Crossing Development Breaks Ground at Government Center Garage Site

Construction is officially underway to demolish the Government Center Garage after 50 years of existence. Replacing the parking garage will be a six building development that will feature a total of 2.9 million square-foot throughout two city blocks, view the post for more on the $1.5 billion project.

Renderings for the new lobby at City Hall.

Boston City Hall to Become More Caffeinated

Although the exterior of Boston City Hall will not be getting a facelift, the interior will be renovated with several features including a coffee shop, information booth, directory, and more. Read the post for more on the lobby renovation, set to get underway this Spring.

Editor’s Note: New Year, New Theme!

Did you notice the new layout? The plan was to infuse with a new layout that is easier to surf, with features that improve the user experience for mobile phones and tablets. Read the note for more information on the refresh of the North End’s favorite website!

Indoor Batting Cage Coming to North End’s Nazzaro Center

The North End Nazzaro Community Center will be receiving an indoor batting cage after being selected by The City of Boston and the Boston Red Sox Foundation. View the post for more on the latest sporting attraction set to come to the North End.

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