This week’s top posts include an inside look at Galleria Umberto, a North End office for one city council candidate, famous athletes visiting the North End and more! Read on below to see all the most popular NorthEndWaterfront.com articles from this past week.

Talking With Paul Deuterio From Galleria Umberto (No, It’s Not Closing)

Galleria Umberto is one of the most popular restaurants in the North End, with its award-winning Sicilian pizza and a unique experience that you won’t find in many other places. Check out this interview with Paul Deuterio, one of the brothers who owns and works upfront at the restaurant.

Passacantilli Holds Campaign Office Grand Opening in North End

Stephen Passacantilli, District 1 City Council Candidate and lifelong North End resident, held a grand opening last weekend for his North End campaign headquarters on Fleet Street. Read more here.

USS Constitution to Float Again

The USS Constitution floats again after two years in dry dock for restoration! Dry Dock 1 was flooded last Sunday and, after an evening of family-friendly events at the Navy Yard, the ship crossed back into Boston Harbor around 11:30pm. View photos of the USS Constitution in dry dock here.

Life on the Corner: Weddings and Wise Guys

Nicholas Dello Russo’s article from this past week tells a family tale based around a North End wedding photo from 1935. See the photo and read the story here.

Neighborhood Photo: Italian Soccer Comes to Trattoria il Panino

Earlier this week the North End was all abuzz with the arrival of some members of Italian soccer players who toured the neighborhood and then sat at Trattoria il Panino with ESPN for an interview. Read more here.

Editor’s Choice

North End Movie Nights Off to a Great Summer

North End Movie Nights at the Gassy have been a big hit this summer! Bring the whole family for this free community event on Wednesday evenings. Pizza is provided at 7pm and movies start at sundown. See the summer lineup here.


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