Explore The North End of Boston
The North has the distinction of being the city’s oldest residential area, with much of it's cobblestone architecture still in existence today. Sticking to it's Italian roots, a plethora of Italian restaurants, bakeries, and markets line the cozy streets of the North End. When it comes to food, the well known "Pizzeria Regina", and "Mike's Pastry" come to mind.
Some things to do in the North End are to visit the Old North Church, Paul Revere House, and see a sketch comedy show at the well known Improv Asylum. U.S. Coast Guard Boston Base. If shopping is your more your thing, Hanover St, Prince St, and Salem St. have the most sought after shopping boutiques in the area.
Transportation & Schooling
The North End is located just minutes from the Haymarket T stop on all four green lines and the orange line. Within the actual neighborhood, there are no T stops, but there is bus and water taxi access. The area is also home to the only “Innovation School” in Boston, the "Eliot K-8 Innovation School." Innovation schools are the result of a recent trend in education, which allows schools the freedom to formulate more "out-of-the-box" teaching and learning strategies to better fit the individual needs of students.