This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured fire, development, local businesses, schools and celebrations. Read on below to see the most popular articles from the past week.
Just over a year after a tragic fire at the same building of 280-282 Hanover St., a fire broke out in the kitchen ceiling of Il Panino Trattoria on Saturday night. There were an estimated $150,000 in damages; fortunately no injuries were reported. Read more here.
Boston Freedom Wheel, LLC. is proposing a 200 foot “observation wheel” at the end of Long Wharf on the Boston Harbor watersheet. The plans would include two, 2-story cafe buildings and outdoor seating for 700 people. Read more here.
TABLE is now open with its family-style dining twist brought to Boston’s North End by local celebrity chef, Jennifer Royle. With 32 seats, guests arrive at a scheduled time and find a place at the long, wooden tables for a group dining experience. Read more here.
The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park kicked off a “Month of Love” on the North End waterfront earlier this week with decorations illuminating the famous park trellis. Each end of the trellis features a heart-shaped entrance with five-foot-tall, handmade “conversation hearts” and new “love song” audio system. Read more and see photos here.
Over a million Patriots fans swarmed downtown Boston on Tuesday for the parade to celebrate the Super Bowl LIII championship team. For the New England Patriots, it was the 6th Super Bowl victory after beating the Los Angeles Rams last Sunday. See photos here.
Fifth and sixth graders from the Eliot School in the North End received several awards at their first Math League competition of the year, including First Place overall! In addition, 15 Eliot mathletes qualified for state level. Read more here.