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Introduction to North End's Restaurants
Anyone who wants to explore Boston will be drawn to the North End Neighborhood. Not only does the Freedom Trail run through, it includes the Paul Revere House and Old North Church.
As the name implies, the food here is cooked in their old wood-fired brick oven. This is a traditional Italian restaurant where southern Italian dishes can be found alongside their famous pizza. Family-friendly and affordable, no pretensions, just delicious award-winning food recognized as one of the best places to enjoy authentic Italian food in the city.
93 Salem St.
This five-star diamond award-winning restaurant is recognized for superior service and top-quality food. Ingredients are locally sourced where possible, and they support the local economy from farmers to fishermen. The pasta is hand-made-in-house and dishes are cooked in a wood-fired oven. They specialize in rustic home-style meals.
241 Hanover St
Located on the Freedom Trail this restaurant faces Freedom Square. The menu offers antipasti, pasta, and a few secondi with a fine selection of Italian wines. One of the newer dining options in the North End it has made a mark with its homemade pasta and classic Italian and American dishes.
5 North Sq
With multiple locations, Daily Catch has proven it knows how to satisfy its customers. Sicilian-style seafood and pasta reflect the philosophy of founder Paul Freddura and his wife Maria. Enjoy your meal in a pan in keeping with their tradition.
323 Hanover St
Since 2016, Il Molo has been serving up locally sourced seafood on the waterfront in Boston's North End. This is another Donato Frattaroli restaurant and joins the family dynasty of eateries. Seafood dominates the menu along with sophisticated Italian dishes.
326 Commercial Street
Mare Oyster Bar
A 2021 Gayot.com Best Seafood Restaurants in Boston winner, Mare combines quality food, great service, and ambiance. They strive to give every diner a perfect experience. The Alaskan King Crab and Spicy Italian Style Mussels alone are worth a visit.
3 Mechanic Street
Since 2004 Neptune Oyster has been serving their famous lobster roll and johnnycakes to an appreciative audience of diners. They have a loyal following but the quality of the food attracts new visitors and residents to this day, Food and Wine named their raw bar the best in America.
63 Salem St
Authentic Italian food since 2000 is what makes this one of the top restaurants in Boston. A fine selection of Italian and California wines to complement the fine dining experience. Daily and weekly special keep the menu fresh and the personal service keeps customers coming back.
24 Fleet St
Regina's is the original North End Pizzeria and has been serving up brick oven pizza since 1926. Three generations of pizza makers and customers have come together to make this the success that it is.
11 1/2 Thacher St