This place is great!! Each slice of their yummy pizza is like two slices. So if you are really hungry and have say, a slice of broccoli and chicken pizza, you are going to be full. A slice with one topping is only around $2.50. Not bad at all for a place in Boston's Financial District.
Also, if you're more of a vegetable pizza kind of person, their spinach and tomato pizza is a great one to try. This one had more substance than a plain slice.
This pizza is real pizza!
It's a short walk from Downtown Crossing, but it's well worth the trip and the workers are polite too!
Hungry? In a hurry? Don't want to spend a fortune? italian cafe is here for you. They have a huge selection of freshly prepared cold and hot sandwiches at unbeatable prices. The small is large and the large gargantuan so bring an appetite!
Also, be sure you know what you want BEFORE you get into the line, because it moves impossibly fast. Actually the italian cafe is worth a visit just to marvel at how efficient their set-up is - it's worthy of a Harvard B-School case.
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