Since 1926, Regina Pizzeria has been greeting guests in the North End of Boston with a hearty Welcome to Boston's Original Pizzeria! for over three ... More
Since 1926, Regina Pizzeria has been greeting guests in the North End of Boston with a hearty Welcome to Boston's Original Pizzeria! for over three generations, Regina's delicious brick oven pizza has been inspired by the love of good food and the special pride of the Polcari Family.
None of these listed below even compare to Santarpios in East Boston. Not only is the pizza superb, but a large cheese at Santarpios is only $8!! Regina is great, but doesn't compare to Santarpios in good ol Easty!
I grew up on Boston's North Shore, and moved away 15 years ago. Whenever my wife and I visit, we have to hit Regina's.
Three years ago, a colleague and I were back in Boston for business. I was raving about Regina's and took him. He was beyond impressed. It was everything I had made it out to be, and then some.
Sure, it's busy! Yup, sometimes the staff can be curt. But the pizza is to die for. My fave is the pepperoni, with the crust done just a little extra for a good crunch. The crust, sauce, and ingredients are the best I've ever had (including Santaripos, which is amazing in its own right).
Now my mouth is watering and I need some.
Extra: When done stuffing in pizza, walk around the corner to Modern Bakery (forget Michael's; that's where the tourists go), and experience a slice of their world famous Riccotta Cheese pie (YUM) or the tastiest cannolli this side of the Atlantic.
For $1.10 you can get a pizza at Galleria Umbertos and I think that's the best. Regina's is ok but it is not the best in the North End and it is overpriced. The servers are rude. I think people like it more because of the hype.
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