If the dictionary had a listing for neighborhood pride, there would be a picture of South Boston next to it. Its residents are famous in town for their love of and loyalty to their neighborhood. And it’s no wonder. South boasts miles of beaches and waterfront parks that culminate in Castle Island. There, visitors can enjoy the Revolutionary War era fort, get a bite to eat at Sullivan’s, play in the playground, fish off the pier, or simply take a stroll. South Boston is densely populated, known for three-deckers and rowhouses; there are single-family homes in the neighborhood too. It is also home to a great variety of bars and pubs and, more recently, has been the location for some new restaurants. Year round, a visitor can find residents strolling up and down Broadway doing their shopping and greeting their neighbors.
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