Pistachio cannoli is good but I wasn't impressed..
Best cannollis in Boston!!
Crazy in a good way. Coffee available to wash it down.
First of all don't freak out by the huge crowd! There's no "line" so fight your way to the counter. Remember they only take cash!!! Order Lobster Tail: italian pastry with a mix of delicious creams.
The best cannoli in town. (Cash only.)
The Mike's Pastry box tied with red & white string (I'd fill with pignoli macaroons) is a timeless symbol of Old Boston cheer.
Best chocolate-dipped cannoli in Boston area.
Sadly Boston does not have a great bakery. Mikes is good for tourists and the selection is very large so there is something for everyone. But it's just OK. Go to Modern if you want good cannoli
Cannoli!!!!!!!!! Oh, they also have other yummy pastries too. Expect to see lines as you enter, sometimes the lines even go out to the street during weekends and holidays.
Pretty good pastry, but Modern Pastry down the street runs a much better operation!
Get the cannoli, and skip the line - just walk straight up to a counter.
Cannolis, cheesecake, brownies, whatever you get, it's gonna be fantastic! Just make sure you have cash!
I've heard their cakes and other pastries are better than their cannoli
An overrated tourist trap. Mike's has an impressive array of cannoli flavours, but the cannoli are not as fresh as Modern Pastry's or Maria's. At the other two places, the cannoli are freshly filled.
The best cannoli you can get anywhere!! My favorite is the traditional.
I want one of everything, seriously!! The chocolate chip and chocolate mousse cannoli are awesome! Looking forward to trying the peanut butter brownie or raspberry mocha next.
Multiple people (including the woman behind the bar) told me a I made a good choice when walking out the door with my pistachio cannoli.
The pistachio canoli
It is as good as everyone claims it is, if not better. Along with the mousse canolli, have the decadent tiramisu.
If you can survive the line, the reward is pastries totally worth a four-hour train ride from New York.
I think their cannoli is overrated 😬; the cream is missing something (cinnamon?) and lacks the right texture. There are better options in the North End. Mike's also doesn't have sfogliatelle
Cannoli is perfect with a huge amount of different tastes
Good food, but but worth the 45 minute line.
Super touristy, but the cannoli is worth the wait. Traditional ricotta was delish!
It's a must for any visitor. We got the obligatory cannoli and red velvet cupcakes. Divine
Florentine cannoli hands down
Anything here is fabulous! Don't wait outside. They have 6 lines inside that go quickly.
Got to try their cannoli. Yum.
These guys aren't great at line organization, but they're pretty damn good at cannolis.
Everything is amazing - had the Oreo cannolli, but don't miss out on the lobster tail, a delicious pastry with cream and ricotta. Line moves fast
The Cannoli's are the best! Was not impressed with their cookies but the cannoli's are just WOW! Would definitely make this a stop..try the Oreo Cookie Cannoli!
Make sure you have cash as they don't take cards, and be prepared to spend a lot because everything is to die for! Be sure to get some macaroons if you like coconut!
Boston cream puff FTW!!
The best cupcake I've ever had in my life 😍🇮🇹
Not a huge cannoli guy but gotta love the hazelnut & pistachio cannoli here
Lucky for you, the long line gives you plenty of time to contemplate and finally decide on a cannoli flavor.
Ricotta cream filled things.
Gelato was delicious.
Loved the espresso
Chocolate chip cannoli!!
Save time and money and go to Caffe Vittoria
Fight your way to the counter for some awesome cannoli's
I had a ricotta cannoli, but it took me the entire 15 minute queue to decide, everything looked delicious!
Everything. Try everything. It's all great.
The cannoli and chocolate chip cookie were both great. Cash only and super chaotic inside, but worth fighting through the crowd.
The lines are long but it's worth it because the pastries are delicious!