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Posted by mayqueen on 03/18/2013
I am Italian and have been to this place many times. It is old world, great prices, really friendly staff, and a very fun, small place to eat. The pizza is delicious!!! I ate a large pizza all by myself, as my son did also. Go straight there everytime I am in Boston. Delicioso!!!
Posted by KD on 07/12/2012
It is worth the wait for this crispy crust pizza.
Posted by Kim on 02/03/2011
Every time we are in Boston we make a point of stopping at Pizzeria Regina. It has a personality all its own, and the pizza is beyond compare! The crust is perfectly baked and there are a great variety of toppings to choose from; fresh riccotta is my personal fave.
Posted by BernParrish on 10/06/2007
Huge pies, Crisp , thin crust, Cheese is my favorite part- the mozzerella or whatever it is has a great texture, a crunch to it- they are not chintzy on the toppings, thick slices of pepperoni, the waitresses work like slaves, the booths are right out of the 50s- what's not to love?
Posted by Anonymous on 08/27/2007
Absolutely delicious! Totally worth the wait if there's a line! Though the staff may not be the friendliest, it all adds to the atmosphere of a great old time Italian pizzeria!
Posted by Gary on 02/12/2007
I guess it depends on your taste. To me the crust is much to thin . The sauce is too bland and the toppings are skimpy. I don't care for the place at all.
Posted by marioa on 01/22/2006
Every time I go to the north end I stop and either get take out or take a seat in this classic Italian pizzeria. The brick oven pizza dough is soft on the inside and perfectly cooked on the outside. The toppings are fresh and the sauce is authentic Italian. The only drawback is the tiny size of the dining room usually means long lines out on the street for a table, even in the rain and snow.