Out of all the pizza places in boston, none can compeat with Pino's. Since I first ate there in 97, I can not get enough of this place. Not only is the pizza great, so are the subs. Real steak for the steak and cheese. Chicken Parm to die for. Eat in, take out, or delivery it's always a go to for me while in Boston. If you ever in Clevland Circle and you haven't been there before, then you need to go.
Pino's has been a favorite of my whole family for over 20 years now. It is the quintissential East Coast Pizza. Thin crust (foldable slices), great sauce, and quality cheese. It's easily accessibly on the Green Line C train to Cleveland Circle. Despite the popularity of this place, the pizza remains affordable. In a city with many good pizza places, this is the best consistently. If you love thin East Coast pizza, Pino's won't dissapoint.
Upper Crust be damned these guys have the best crust. Sauce is good too. The best way to eat the pizza is to order slices. It tastes best if allowed to cool for about 25 minutes and is then reheated. This enhances the flavor of the sauce.