The North End is known as Boston's Little Italy for its Italian-American population, cuisine, and culture. Hanover St., it's main thoroughfare, is densely packed with Italian restaurants and caffes. Charming red brick-lined streets ramble down to bakeries and residences and give it a European feel. It's also steeped in history. The Freedom Trail, The Old North Church and Paul Revere House are popular attractions.
The Freedom Trail, The Old North Church and Paul Revere House. Italian cuisine, Italian caffes, and rich history make this a major attraction for tourists and locals alike. Caffe Vittoria, Caffe Pompei, Caffe Paradiso are night-time favorites as well as many family-owned Italian restaurants.