Celebrated annually since 1919 on the weekend of the last Sunday of August, Saint Anthony’s Feast runs for four days in the North End of Boston. Named the “Feast of all Feasts” by National Geographic Magazine, Saint Anthony’s Feast has something for everyone of all ages – parades, live entertainment, contests and of course, the food! Visitors to the Feast can sample the best Italian street foods from 100 pushcarts and pick up a souvenir to remember their weekend by.
Saint Anthony’s Feast
North End of Boston
August 24 – 27, 2012
The highlight of Saint Anthony’s Feast is the ten hour procession of the Statue of Saint Anthony through the streets of the North End, amidst marching bands, floats and dedicated patrons. Located on Endicott, Thacher, and North Margin Streets, attendees can also head on over to the Filipo Berio Culinary Pavilion where cooking demonstrations and sampling will be featured along with a Culinary Demonstration by celebrity chef Mary Ann Esposito of the PBS Series, Ciao Italia.
The Boston Harbor Hotel at Rowes Wharf is located just minutes from Endicott Street and offers distinctive accommodations along with a superb location right on the waterfront. Enjoy a great weekend of celebration, food, music and history as you participate in Saint Anthony’s Feast and relax knowing you can return to one of the finest hotels in the area.