Food of all nations and price ranges can be found in Boston. A long history of Italian immigration means that the Italian restaurant and pizzeria scene (centred in the North End district) is particularly fine. Given the city’s location close to the Atlantic, seafood is also a popular choice, particularly lobster. Baked beans are another Boston tradition; in fact, the city was once known as “Beantown” because of local fondness for the dish. The suburb of Cambridge, where Harvard University is located, has many cafés, bakeries and restaurants frequented by students.