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Shopping in North End, Boston

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Pastry Shop
“Folks from all over know if you want the best cannoli, you got to go to Mikes! A local favorite for over 60 years. Enjoy strolling through Little Italy and enjoy some sweet treats.”
  • 87 locals recommend
Market
“Boston Public Market is indoors and open 7 days a week. Right next door is Boston Haymarket which is outdoors and only open Friday and Saturday. Both are fun and unique! The cheapest parking is in Parcel 7 Garage 136 Blackstone Street, Boston. If you go on Friday & Saturday and get your ticket validated by a Haymarket Vendor, the parking is only a couple of bucks for up to 2 hours- which is the best deal in Boston! Ask for details when you arrive. And have fun!”
  • 36 locals recommend
Bakery
“Between you and me -- locals prefer Modern over Mike's, but the best choice is really to try them both and let us know your favorite!”
  • 34 locals recommend
Bakery
“If you don't want to wait in line at Mike's or Modern Pastry - Bova's has great stuff too”
  • 30 locals recommend
Church
“This is the oldest surviving church in Boston. It was founded in 1722. It's an awesome church to see!”
  • 17 locals recommend
Market
“For a wonderful Italian hoagie, walk around the block (left on Salem) and get a sandwich at Monica's. If it's a nice day, this is a perfect stop to get food and have a picnic on the greenway. Credit cards accepted. ”
  • 24 locals recommend
Café
“The Cannoli and Tiramisu are the best this side of Italy! Place is great for people watching. Always a scene”
  • 10 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“his charming café prides themselves on their housemade baked goods, as well as serving Stumptown coffee (which has been voted Best in the World). Must Try: Hazelnut latte and French macarons ”
  • 14 locals recommend

Markets

Market
“Boston Public Market is indoors and open 7 days a week. Right next door is Boston Haymarket which is outdoors and only open Friday and Saturday. Both are fun and unique! The cheapest parking is in Parcel 7 Garage 136 Blackstone Street, Boston. If you go on Friday & Saturday and get your ticket validated by a Haymarket Vendor, the parking is only a couple of bucks for up to 2 hours- which is the best deal in Boston! Ask for details when you arrive. And have fun!”
  • 36 locals recommend
Market
“For a wonderful Italian hoagie, walk around the block (left on Salem) and get a sandwich at Monica's. If it's a nice day, this is a perfect stop to get food and have a picnic on the greenway. Credit cards accepted. ”
  • 24 locals recommend
Fish Market
“BEST Fish market. Grab seafood to cook at home, or try some of their pre-made meals. Also have an in-house sushi chef!”
  • 2 locals recommend
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