Louie (68) poses with his good friend Luigi outside of a North End establishment. "Luigi is a good friend of mine. Always has a smile for me when I'm walking in"
Every weekend thousands of people from all over Boston Flock to the North End to buy produce from Pop-up markets just like these. They sell everything from fresh clams to beautiful hothouse tomatoes. (Great for homemade pasta sauce). These markets are CASH ONLY!
People from every walk of life come and buy some of the best produce in Boston.
"The Flame and Fury of Fleet Street"
This statue of the famous former North End resident welcomes people as they walk down Hanover St. Unvailed in 2012 the statue was donated by the Privitera family and was scalped by Harry Weber.
Main St. Italia?
This is a shot of Hanover St. Line with Resturant's and pastry shops this is the most recognizable street in the North End.
All Roads Lead to Roma
Found on the corner of Hanover Street & Parmenter Street this famous sign points the way to most major cities of Italy.
Heart of a Lion
Is That Uncle Tony?
Always with a "smile" this wooden statue is ready to greet anyone looking for a quck stoggy. He sit right outside of Stanza Dei Sigari a cigar shot a few stores down from famous Mike's Pastry on Hanover St.
Mama'a in the Kitchen
The first Restaurants to great you as you walk down Hanover St. Mother Annas os a great spot to great traditional Italian food.
It Ain't New York Za but... It's Pretty Close
Hands down the best quick slice in Boston. Monica's is located around back of Monica's Market.
They Might Be On To Something
They are who they say they are. Monica's Market makes the best Sub in Boston.
This Hickory Hog hangs outside of Monica's Mercato at 130 Salem Street in the North End.
Marco Makes The Bread
Just 5 minutes before Monica's closes Marco Chieffialo is still readying the dough of the next day's batch of fresh bread.
Eat on the Street
While there is no tables
Forget Mike's and Modern Pastry. The real gem of the North End is Bova's Family own and operated this place is a real page out of an Itailan cookbook.
The British Are Gone, but Paul Still Rides
The Mall and The Old North Church
The Mall and The Old North Church 2
For These Who Made The Ultimate Sacrifice
Within the walls of the Famous Church lies a Memorial to Fallen Soldiers. There Dogtag's jiggle in the soft wind.
This photo is inside one of the oldest churches in America. The Old North Church played a pivotal part in shaping American History and was at one point the Tallest Building in the western hemisphere. Still to this day a pew arereservedd for Paul Revere.
By Golly That's George
Located at the very Front of The Old North Church this bust is said by General Marquis de Lafayette to bare the most resemblence to Washington.
Wally the Green Monster enjoys the best seat in the house as he parades down the North End.