For a quick, satisfying meal, head to this pizzeria located near historic Quincy Market. Although you will not find much in the way of decor, you will ... More
For a quick, satisfying meal, head to this pizzeria located near historic Quincy Market. Although you will not find much in the way of decor, you will find enormous slices of pizza. This is a popular spot for residents, professionals, construction workers and students. Head here the next time you have tickets to a sporting event or concert at the nearby Fleet Center .
Best Pizza in Boston. I make sure that whenever I go to the city I make my way over to Haymarket. I cannot find another pizza place around that is this good. I guess the closest one I can think of is Papa Ginos (and that's a stretch). It has the same style crust (thin) but at Haymarket the sauce, the cheese and the flavor of the crust blend together to create a perfect taste. I travel from northeast CT and it is well worth the trip. Even brought home a large pizza from there once. Defiantly worth it.
This really is the best deal in Boston, Not only is the price amazingly affordable, I would say it stacks up quite competitively against Regina's. $1 slice of cheese $1.00 sodas. Where else can you get stuff with great taste for less than $4.00.
Has the world gone CRAZY!!!!
With the likes of Reginas and Santarpio's NOT making this list how could anyone take this fact... I will say I think i have been to this place.... NOT good...
there is lots of great Pizza in Boston but if this what was sited i will not go out of my way to try any of the places in any of the other Cities list here....
Try Reginas, Santarpio's, Upper Crust, Viga even Figs... but skip Haymarket pizza!
It's definitely a place you should try at least once if you're spending time in Boston. A buck a slice and a buck for a soda. The sauce is sweet and the pizza's thin. Every Saturday I go food shopping at Haymarket and stop for a slice for lunch. I can't stop bugging my friends to try this place.
I work near Quincy Market, so I took my co-workers to Haymarket Pizza since it received such great reviews here. What a disappointment! They served slices cold...didn't even bother putting them in the oven to warm. It was cheap, but I'll spend an extra dollar for warm pizza somewhere else.
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