Unassuming and friendly, Euno is the North End's culinary mouse that roars. The rustic, two-story space used to be a butcher shop, and meat hooks still stud the wall, doubling as coat hangers. Everything from start (a bowl of the buttery olives) to middle (handmade pastas and risottos) to finish (chef's catch of the day) explains why this brick-walled gem is a neighborhood favorite. It's usually full on weekends, but those wise enough to make reservations might snag a
table in the romantic downstairs dining room.