This Boston neighborhood is the city's oldest residential community since it was settled in the 1630s. Close to 100 establishments reside in this tiny .36 mile area along with a healthy amount of tourist attractions. North End is well known for its population of Italian Americans which is reflected in the fine Italian restaurants it has to offer.
Along with a great selection of cuisines, the neighborhood is home to a performing arts center, a theater, a private art project, and public art spaces. The architecture is an eclectic reflection of American history with early structures like the Old North Church built in 1723 and the Paul Revere House, built in 1680. North End also is home to twelve historic landmarks including the two buildings mentioned along with other sites like Copp's Hill Terrace, St. Stephen's Church, and the Mariners House.
This clothing boutique in North End has been providing fashionistas with fashion-forward designs... Read more