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Mike's Pastry
Bakery$$
Today 8:00 am – 10:30 pm
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300 Hanover St Boston, MA 02113
300 Hanover StreetUSMassachusettsBoston02113
(617) 742-3050mikespastry.com
$$Bakery, Coffee Shop
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Today 8:00 am – 10:30 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 10:30 pmThursday 8:00 am – 10:30 pmFriday 8:00 am – 11:30 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 11:30 pmSunday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Renowned Italian bake shop providing cannoli in multiple flavors, gelati & biscotti since 1946.- Google
"Highlights: Lobster Tail, Tiramisu, Fruit Squares, Amaretto Cannoli."
"Great pastries and Italian cookies."
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Domenic Mastantuono
a month ago
Everyone this place is a tourist attraction me growing up in an Italian house hold having homemade pastry's mikes is terrible. If everyone wants a good cannoli or good pastry go to MODERN PASTRY'S modern is far better then mikes trust me have a cannoli from mikes and have a cannoli from modern then see which one is better I will bet money that modern is 100x better then mikes. Mikes is just a tourist attraction next one you're in the North End go to modern or go to cafe vittoria they have modern pastry cannoli's
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Jason Gauthier
a week ago
Great cannolis and line moves fast. Also has a huge variety of cannolis
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Kuo-Shian Kao
in the last week
The cannolis we have was crunchy on the outside, cremy on the inside, and not overly sweet, just how we like it.
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Hanae K
3 months ago
First thing I ate when I arrived in boston to visit my friend :) Located in a touristy area in Italy city. It was pretty crowded (I figure there will be less tourists around August...I was wrong). My friend, Gerard suggested that we don't wait in line and move to the side all the way up, like people do at a bar. I felt like I cut in line but no one noticed. I ordered the original and amaretto cannoli. Amaretto was super sweet and the chocolate was a little too much. Gerard wasn't much of a sweet tooth so it was up to me to finish the whole thing...ugh. He did warn me in advance that he won't help me eat the cannolis but I HAD to get more than one. Took me two days but I finished it! NOT something to eat on an empty stomach. After that I had chocolate cocktail and ice cream (it was on my food itinerary)...bad idea. The pastries were delicious and I do recommend getting their ginormous cannolis if you're in this area. I prefer ice cream over pastries. tip: - don't wait in line in the back, move up to the front on the side, like you do at a bar - get more than one, I heard pistachio is popular
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Ian Walker
2 weeks ago
Quite expensive but worth it. They had really good food. Quite simple, but very flavored, only exception is they only take cash. Suggest going to an ATM before visiting.
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Victor Seto
a month ago
Went out of my way to get their cannolis'. Great gifts for family/friends. Line moves fast, lots of flavor options. Pistachio is my favorite. Buy one or buy some, this is a must try.
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Stephen Votino
in the last week
Mike's Pastry is my favorite in Boston. Love the cannolis, lobster tail and all the other great stuff they have. Great Boston landmark that I love to visit when I am back in town!
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Frederick Wright
3 months ago
This is about the furthest thing from an 'Italian Bakery' as there is. Certainly at one point many years ago, this was a charming little spot to stop in for a cannoli or other treat. One among a dozen or more similarly excellent spots in Boston's North End. Now it is nothing but Tourist Theater. The cannolis are fine, waaaayyyyy too sweet to be genuinely Italian but nicely tuned to American sugary preferences. And the long lines and fast turnover means they are always fresh.
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