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One of the most memorable features of Mamma Maria is the wonderful striking view of downtown Boston. Our restaurant sits on a small hill overlooking the city. Floor-to-ceiling windows reveal a dramatic panorama contrasting the Boston skyline with cobblestones of North Square—the oldest public square in America—and home to many pivotal figures in American history: Cotton Mather in the 17th century, Paul Revere in the 18th century, Charles Dickens and Honey Fitz in the 19th century and Rose Kennedy in the 20th century. 

Chronicles of North Square and Environs

1634–1694 1701–1798 1815–1891 1903–1995