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Posted by Anonymous on 06/22/2008
This place has a fun vibe, even if it's not my favorite pizza place in Cambridge. The pizzas are good, although the topping combinations can be a bit bland (at least for the veggie ones).
Posted by Julie on 12/11/2007
I've only been here once but will definitely go back. It's kind of hard to find good thin crust pizza in Boston, and this place is up there. My friend and I started out with the Bresola, Arugula and Parmegian salad which was terrific with the lemon squeezed over it. The we got a large, half hot cherry peppers/manchego cheese(no ham - my friend is a vegetarian) and half arugula/goat cheese/cracked black pepper and both were delicious. There are really accomodating if you want to substitute items, and I don't think they charged us extra for getting tomato sauce on the pizza since I think most of their pizzas come without sauce. Their crust is super thin - so thin it's really hard to eat the pizza with your hands, you have to use a knife and fork, but super good. I was a little nervous when our waitress didn't write any of our order down but she got everything right and everything came out quickly, but not so fast that we felt rushed. There is a decent beer/wine selection at reasonable prices. The place's decor seems a little upscale for a pizza place but I couldn't care less what a place looks like if they serve good food. I'd say the food is slightly overpriced for what you get, but I don't mind paying it once in a while for the fresh ingrediedients and taste. I wish they delivered.