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NORTH STREET GRILLE

229 North Street, Boston, MA 02113 (North End) | (617) 720-2010

Open Today: Open

Venue Description

Venues in closest proximity

  • Piccolo Nido Boston

    .0m away

    We are nestled in the heart of the North End away from the hustle and bustle of the main traffic. We strive to make you feel right at home. Pino will personally greet you and ensure your dining experience is to your full satisfaction. Enjoy some homemade pasta, friendly service and a glass of Italian wine.

  • Carmen Boston

    .1m away

    We've been serving traditional Italian food from our North End location since 2001. Our menu offers many unique, seasonal dishes unsurpassed by those nearby. An accomplished kitchen staff, overseen by Chef/Owner Jeff Malloy, has perfected these delicacies. The candlelit interior illuminates an intimate atmosphere perfect for romance. Cozy up at one of our nine tables or enjoy some laughs while seated at the bar. With the courses offered, you'll have a chance to experience delicious food and enjoy the company of close friends. Enjoy the aroma of slow roasting meat and the savory taste of authentic Italian cuisine, all at one of Boston's most celebrated neighborhood restaurants. Reservations are highly recommended. We can host your special events: rehearsal dinners, private parties, and small groups. Gift certificates are also available for purchase.

  • Mamma Maria Boston

    .1m away

    With dimly lit dining rooms and five private dining rooms, Mamma Maria transports you to la Patria with an old-world intimacy, attention to detail and a warm welcome. Set in a 19th century row house with five private dining rooms, Mamma Maria was recently voted number 11 among all Boston restaurants by Trip Advisor. One of the most memorable features of Mamma Maria is the wonderful and striking view of downtown Boston. Our restaurant sits on a small hill overlooking the city. Floor-to-ceiling windows reveal a dramatic panorama contrasting the Boston skyline with the cobblestones of North Square -- the oldest public square in America -- and home to many pivotal figures in American history: Cotton Mather in the 17th century, Paul Revere in the 18th, Charles Dickens and Honey Fitz in the 19th century and Rose Kennedy in the 20th century.

  • Ristorante Limoncello Boston

    .1m away

    Maurizio Badolato is not your average restaurant owner. Although he started working as a waiter in his native Calabria, Italy when he was still a boy, he said he never felt poor. Things changed, however, when Maurizio scratched a $5.00 lottery ticket and won one million dollars. Most people quit their jobs and relax,but not Maurizio. He works harder than ever. Living a lifetime dream,he made his mother Concetta’s meatballs famous when he opened Ristorante Limoncello on the Freedom Trail next to Paul Reveres House in the North End of Boston. Although life is good for Maurizio, he would be much wealthier if he weren’t so generous. His motto is you get back what you give. He wants the atmosphere in his restaurant to make you feel like you are eating in his home. From the minute you walk in, you feel like you are a part of his family. You may notice he has had the same staff for years, made up of many family members. Head Chef Andrea Moggi, who has been with him since day one,brings in the love of fine Italian food through many of his recipes and creations from the Amalfi Coast. His brother Sergio, along with chefs Nicola and Manuel complete the authentic Italian kitchen. Corrado (Chico) and Luisa (Loulou ), his brother and sister, make sure your dining experience is perfect as they serve you. Completing the dining room staff is Susan, Sabino, Antonio, Jake, Lorrin and Sandra who have been longtime, loyal employees and friends. Expect a kiss or hug when you enter or leave the restaurant because when visiting Limoncello you are dining with friends. Maurizio’s mother Concetta’s memory lingers throughout the restaurant through her recipes and her constant presence before her passing in 2015. Her legacy continues through her famous award winning meatballs.

  • Artu North End Boston

    .1m away

    Artu was founded on the most basic Italian technique, great ingredients, simply prepared, that is what Artu is all about. In February of 1992 Artu opened its doors to the world, starting with outstanding sandwiches and mouth watering roasted meats, we continued to evolve and grow. Since then we have steadily added to our repertoire. From those sandwiches and roasted meats, we have produced old-world comfort food dishes to current interpretations of those classics that still make the most discerning eater reminisce of their childhood. Some may remember, our kitchen hiding behind a high counter exposed to the dining room. In it’s place stands a stunning granite bar that serves delicious libations until 2 A.M. Perched above the bar is a small dining room, with a view of both the bar and Prince Street. Used as a private dining room or lounge, it is great for any customer. The main dining room is ample with room for any size party and he is known for its lively atmosphere. Since those February days in 1992, Artu has become a stand by for tourists and our North End neighbors alike.

Hours

Sunday: Open

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: Open

Thursday: Open

Friday: Open

Saturday: Open

About

Cuisines: American, Burgers, Grill Food

Scenes: Restaurant, Bar

Avg. Entree: $16 - $20

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