In the 1860s, immigrants from Genoa, Italy settled into Boston’s North End and began selling produce, wine, and cheese from pushcarts and small storefronts. Campanian immigrants soon followed, and then the Sicilians, who took jobs on commercial fishing fleets. Today, North End is known as Boston’s Little Italy, and the signature of these three immigrant groups is etched throughout. Here, old-world Italian recipes are given a fresh, sometimes innovative spin, and served in dining rooms that combine timeless sensibilities with modern-day flair.
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