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Saint Anthony's Feast Schedule

98th Anniversary Italian Street Festival in honor of “The Feast of All Feasts” AUGUST 24–27, 2017 Endicott, Thacher & North Margin Streets North End, Boston

98th Anniversary Italian Street Festival in honor of “The Feast of All Feasts”AUGUST 24–27, 2017Endicott, Thacher & North Margin Streets North End, Boston
New Wave North End
 When most people think of North End dining, they envision such staples as pasta, fried calamari, cannoli and loads of red sauce. If that’s what you’re craving, there’s no better place on e
A Feast for the Senses
 A beloved Boston event dating back to 1910, the North End’s Fisherman’s Feast is a joyous celebration of Italian cuisine, culture and, of course, the bounty of the sea. Brought to these shor
A Pizza the Action
 Authentic Italian dining outside of the North End isn’t easy to come by in Boston, with a few notable exceptions. Hoping to add to that list is Mast’ Restaurant and Drinkery (45 Province St.
North End Historic Sites
 Paul Revere House (19 North Square, 617-523-2338, paulreverehouse.org, pictured): The oldest standing residence in Boston, this historic home was built around 1680 and was home to its namesake a
Non-Italian North End Eats

Go beyond the ristorantes, trattorias and caffes in Boston's

Theo’s Cozy Corner (162 Salem St., 617-241-0202): Breakfast in the North End? You can get that, as well as lunch, at this neighborhood staple known for generous portions of pancakes, waffles and egg
Peek at the Past: The Paul Revere House

Taking the Mystery Out of Boston History

Listen, Panorama readers, and you shall hear, Of the house and the ride of Paul Revere.  As the oldest surviving residence in Boston, 19 North Square is a modest home with a not-so-modest tale. I
An Inside Look on Saint Anthony's

Saint Anthony's Feast Chairman Joe DiGirolamo gives an insider's view of the famed North End celebration

As a born-and-bred native of the North End, Saint Anthony’s Feast Chairman Joe DiGirolamo has had a long association with New England’s largest Italian religious festival. “Every August it was a celebration of my heritage, culture and, of course, my religion. As a boy it was a hope to carry a flag or the statue of Saint Anthony.” After nearly 15 years in his current role helping organize this joyous celebration, it’s safe to say he has more than realized his childhood ambition.

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