Great Eats in Eastie

In a conversation the other day in the always friendly North End, I started to talk with a nice gentleman concerned about his parking spot (We all know the horror tow stories that happen here!) Well, he mentioned he owned a pizza place in East Boston and I couldn’t help but investigate further.

The place is called Dough and its located 20 Maverick St, very close to the airport. According to one of the owners, their vision is Parish Cafe meets Upper Crust in a cozy neighborhood.

Offering pizza, pasta, and paninis, Dough offers free delivery to East Boston residents. Check out their website for more information.

Speaking of East Boston…According to an article out today in The Boston Globe, of the communities with sales listed according to Banker & Tradesman listed in the Sept. 22 issue, of the single-family sales in Suffolk County, two have posted an increase in sales transactions for the year-to-date: Chelsea and East Boston. In Chelsea, sales were up about 73 percent, from 11 in 2007 to 19 this year. In East Boston, sales rose about 37 percent, from 19 to 26. The rest of the communities listed had posted fewer sales so far this year, but many were not too far off their 2007 numbers.

The convenient location of East Boston to the airport and the downtown areas of Boston makes an East Boston condo a great choice for someone looking to enjoy city living at a smaller price tag. As this neighborhood continues to grow in both new restaurants and new condo developments, we will keep you posted!


Here are some cool properties we like…check it out

156 Porter Street, 1 Bd 1 Ba, $339,000

30 Haynes Street, 1 Bd 1 Ba, $223,000

3 Seaver Street, 1 Bd 1 Ba, $299,900

281 Webster Street, 2 Bd 1 Ba, $365,000


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Source: The Boston Globe

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