St Leonard's Church
Old Boston Original Secret Tour
Spend two hours on this excellent walking tour and learn all the sordid secrets about the North End, one of Boston's oldest and most...
Paul Revere House
When silversmith Paul Revere rode to warn patriots of the British march to Lexington and Concord, he set out from his home on North Sq....
Caffé Dello Sport
An informal crowd of thick-accented guys from the ’hood sit at glass-topped tables and drink coffee and Campari. The cappuccinos and...
Apparently, volle nolle is Latin for ‘willy-nilly,’ but there is nothing haphazard about this much-beloved North End sandwich shop....
355 Hanover St · interesting places nearby
Giacomo’s Ristorante information
Customers line up before the doors open so they can guarantee themselves a spot in the first round of seating at this North End favorite. Enthusiastic and entertaining waiters, plus cramped quarters, ensure that you get to know your neighbors. The cuisine is no-frills southern Italian fare, served in unbelievable portions.
The specialty of the house is zuppa di pesce ($55 for two), chock-full of shrimp, scallops, calamari, mussels and lobster. Cash only.