Our own Ms. P, has been on a pizza quest to find the best pizza in Boston.
She has takien this very seriously and has spent years searching for the best of the best.
Here is what she likes:
“Ernesto’s is truly a hidden gem in every sense of the word. It can be difficult to find by tourists, who are often directed towards the famous Pizzeria Regina’s just a few blocks away.
My recommendation to anyone in the North End seeking out a good slice: grab one from both restaurants. , I can PROMISE that although you can’t go wrong with Regina’s, Ernesto’s is the better pizza. Don’t let the small store front fool you. What Ernesto’s lacks in vibrant décor or street appeal it absolutely makes up for in taste.”
“Want a hall of fame pizza? Check out Santarpio’s in either East Boston or the newer location in Peabody, MA. This family owned pizza shop has been around since 1903 and therefore has over 100 years of practice making the perfect pizza. Stylistically, you can expect a NY style pizza, array of toppings, and consistency from one visit to the next. And yes, it IS a hall of fame pizza (and was officially inducted into Boston’s hall of fame).”
You can expect a thin crust pie with fresh ingredients and, most importantly, a delectable crust. As any good pizza lover knows, the crust is the most important and I can say with confidence that Angelina’s has figured out their crust. Its thin, its light, its airy, and it soaks up the sauce, cheese and flavors better than any surrounding pizza restaurant or shop. Don’t wait! Run over to Angelina’s today!”