Across the street from Copp's Hill Burying Ground, this is Boston’s narrowest house, measuring a whopping 9½ft wide. Sometimes called a...
North End Branch Library
The local library contains an impressive plaster model of the Palazzo Ducale in Venice. The model was built in the early 20th century...
Old North Church
‘One if by land, Two if by sea…’ Longfellow’s poem, 'Paul Revere’s Ride,' has immortalized this graceful church. It was here, on the...
The bartenders at this throwback know their stuff, mixing up a slew of specialty cocktails (including the namesake Ward 8) and serving...
Three generations of Merola women are now working to bring you Boston’s most authentic Italian pastries. Many claim that Maria makes the...
11½ Thacher St · interesting places nearby
Pizzeria Regina information
The queen of North End pizzerias is the legendary Pizzeria Regina, famous for brusque but endearing waitresses and crispy, thin-crust pizza. Thanks to the slightly spicy sauce (flavored with aged Romano), Regina repeatedly wins accolades for its pies and pitchers of beer. Reservations are not accepted, so be prepared to wait.