Shopping in North End


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  • The Wine Bottega
    Set among all of the restaurants that line popular Hanover Street is a simple neighborhood wine and beer store known as The Wine Bottega. The friendly staff here is only too happy to help guests find the perfect wine for their palate, from burgundy and cabernet reds to chardonnay and pinot grigio whites, not to mention organic and biodynamic wines. The nice selection from small Italian and global wineries also leaves room for some unexpected finds, like sake and an impressive collection of craft beer. Free tastings are held on Friday nights, usually inside the subterranean wine cellar, well-appointed with long wooden benches and a communal table that runs down the middle.
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    341 Hanover St
    Boston, MA US
  • Ball and Buck
    Mark Bollman, founder of Ball and Buck, exclusively stocks jeans, shirts, jackets, and hunting gear made in America. He has also built a Boston born clothing label and haberdashery. By avoiding subpar products produced overseas, he aims to foster a connection between customers and craftsmen, as well as support American manufacturers. Bollman’s concept has gained the admiration of national press, including a spotlight feature in GQ. In addition to its responsible business model, Ball and Buck supports its own Ball and Buck–brand products with a lifetime guarantee. Ball and Buck also provides barber services for men and supplies its clients with a glass of scotch or cold beer.
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    3 Lewis St
    Boston, MA US
  • Bottles
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    372 Commercial Street
    Boston, MA US
  • Old North Church
    Once the King of England’s own place of worship, this storied church became a piece of American lore in 1775, when sexton Robert Newman signaled to Paul Revere from atop the steeple. Today, visitors can tour the church’s English chandeliers and the bell that Revere rang as a young child.
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    193 Salem St
    Boston, MA US
  • Mercato Del Mare
    Step down from its Salem Street entrance into the small North End Fish Market, also known as the Mercato del Mare. The place may be hard to spot at first, but look for the steady stream of hungry locals desperate for a cup of hot New England clam chowder, a lobster roll or sushi – nigiri, sashimi, maki and specialty rolls are all on offer – made by the on-hand sushi chef. Each order is taken to go, as there is no seating inside the market, but that’s ok; the main focus here is the fish market anyway. Look for an impressive daily selection of fresh seafood that varies depending on seasonal availability, with rotating stock that may include halibut, bass, cod, swordfish, haddock and mahi mahi. The shop also offers free oyster shucking lessons every Saturday.
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    99 Salem St
    Boston, MA US
  • Stoneside Blinds (Boston)
    It's not every day that online shopping includes as much personal attention as you get from Stoneside Blinds. In most areas, their online-shopping process starts off with a free house call from a designer, who helps clients pick out materials and styles for their window dressing. Once the client has made their choices, the company can send out teams to measure the window frames and, later, install the final product for a flat fee; fees are waived for orders over $1,000. Their handiwork, and the blinds themselves, are backed by a rigorous guarantee that lets customers change their minds within 30 days and safeguards against defects up to a year later, so customers never have to cover up faulty blinds with a poster of their backyard. The only online part of their signature process, really, is placing the order. Minutes after the order is placed, the team at the production warehouse gets to work making it a reality, whether it's roller shades in a custom fabric, sleek solar shades, or classic wooden blinds.
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    8 Faneuil Hall Market Place / Suite 300
    Boston, MA US

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