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Best Italian Bread in the North End?

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Best Italian Bread in the North End?

galleygirl | Apr 30, 2004 09:48 AM

Yeah, I know I should know this, but most of my favorite old-time bread sources have been displaced in the gentrification of the North End, and I'm not down there enough to eat enough of it to make an informed decision...I used to get round loaves at the place next to the Post Office, now gone....Mostly, I pick up a 1/2 loaf (HUGE!!!) of pane Toscana at Salumeria Toscana on Hanover Street, because I can't resist it when I'm in buying marinated white anchovies ($14 a pound, $10 cheaper than WholeFoods...)

So, where do you go? I'm sure there's great stuff in all the towns around, and amazing artisinal loaves baked by dedicated bakers, but I'm talkin' North End now, and I'm not talkin' pastry...;)

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