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.
WOW, so many reviews. A friend of mine invited me at Reginas' pizzeria. He actually saw them on Phanthom Gourmet and the Phanthom gave them good reviews. So he wanted to check out their pizzas.He was driving, it took us a long time to find the restaurant, . It was so hidden with all the little streets of the North End. We finally found them, the place looked so small. There was a small entrance. The place was so small, packed and very loud. The staff is not diverse at all it's all white. The customers are also all whites. We got a cheese pizza. Me and my friend were not impressed. The taste was ok but nothing yummy like the Phanthom said. It's was very greasy, the pizza did not look nice and it was a messy pizza. Customer service was not all that either Truereview here to tell you the truth
Great pizza that is reasonably priced! If you are getting more than one beer, get a pitcher as it is a much better value. the banter between the waitresses is so entertaining they should charge admission.
This New Jersey Italian spent 17 years in Massachusetts and Pizzeria Reginia is by far the best pizza in New England. It is what pizza was meant to be, especially the crisp crust, something that can only be achieved by baking pizza directly on the stone of a very hot oven, never in a pan. It is real Italian pizza like that made in and around Naples, where pizza was created. Any pizza not made like Neapolitan pizza is not only inferior, it's not pizza at all.
The oldest German restaurant in Boston, Jacob Wirth Co. Restaurant dates back to 1886. The establishment has an antique, 19th
century feel but the food covers a wide range of choices. From imported ham sandwiches, to entrees featuring tenderloin, ...
Of the dozens of Italian restaurants that line Hanover Street in Boston's North End, this may be one of the
friendliest. Small tables pack the tiny dining room where families come to celebrate. Traditional dishes include chicken ziti and ...
This landmark eatery near Faneuil Hall was established in 1826 and is the oldest continually operating restaurant in the United
States. Usually crowded, the restaurant is frequented by locals and tourists. The late President John F. Kennedy's favorite booth ...