We then returned the tandem bikes and walked around what we call “little Italy,” but what is actually called The North End, until we found a restaurant I had the best Filet Mignon in ever last time. It’s surrounded by many other (very similar) Italian restaurants and the famous Mike’s Pastry—which always has a line around the block. On one side is a bar and on the other, a sit-down restaurant with faux grapes hanging on the ceiling to give the feeling of traditional Italian food. I ordered the seafood special (Lobster and Seafood Ravioli) and Julian ordered the Apple Ravioli with Fig. I must say that mine was only okay, which is too bad because it’s really expensive. But Julian’s was out of this world, and so unique (I have personally never seen apple ravioli anywhere else).
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