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Discover a global dining scene in East Boston

Discover a global dining scene in East Boston

Pozole soup at Taqueria Jalisco. –Kayana Szymczak for the Boston Globe East Boston is rooted in migration . Irish immigrants began arriving in the waterfront neighborhood in the first half of the 19th century, followed by an influx of Eastern Europeans, Italians, Southeast Asians, and Latin Americans. And while the face of the region — which has seen a rapid rise in new housing developments in recent years — is changing, you only have to look to Eastie’s dining options to get a sense of its diverse history. The neighborhood offers Mexican, Peruvian, Italian, Southeast Asian, and Australian food, […]

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