The northern bulge of the city of Boston, the "North End," is the Italian district--some think of it as Boston's Italian Epcot. Almost every restaurant is Italian. The street signs are in Italian. The bakeries are all Italian (connoli, taralli, biscotti, etc.). Even the pharmacy is…
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