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225 Newbury St, Boston, MA | Directions 0211642.350046 -71.081615
Monday 10:45 AM - 8:30 PM
Tuesday 10:45 AM - 8:30 PM
Wednesday 10:45 AM - 8:30 PM
Thursday 10:45 AM - 8:30 PM
Friday 10:45 AM - 9:30 PM
Saturday 10:45 AM - 8:30 PM
Sunday 10:45 AM - 8:30 PM
Neighborhoods: Back Bay, Back Bay East
Our favorite "pizza place" after our first visit ! – Excellent food. Their pizza, pasta and chicken dishes are excellent. Everything that I have ordered at Bostone Pizza has been 100% enjoyable. This restaurant was our favorite "pizza place" after our first visit. The management and staff are extremely friendly. The restaurant has recently been renovated and the atmosphere is very comfortable and modern.
Best sicilian slice ever – I admit I was not a fan of sicilian pizza UNTIL I ate at Bostone Pizza. I never liked sicilian because it's usually too much bread, too thick and heavy. But not this pizza. The crust is so LIGHT and CRISPY and they offer so many different flavors. I know they get local produce delivered everyday and it is obvious because it all looks and tastes totally fresh. I love the spinach and feta slice the best so far. Whenever I'm craving pizza, I will stay loyal to Bostone for sure. The owners are super nice too--it could not have been sold to a better couple!
Great pie – As a NJ native living in Boston for the past twelve years, I've struggled to find simple, good pizza in Boston. I've learned to avoid "pizza" places that feature anything Greek on their menus. Greeks make killer gyros, but their pizza generally possesses repulsive sauce, greasy thick cheese and a strange small-bubble and grease-ridden crust that is occasionally caked with corn meal. Those of you that are nodding as you're reading this can probably also identify that greek-pizza smell that permeates anything standing in its way. Ugh.
Bostone pizza, like it's Newbury pizza predecessor, gets it right with their neopolitan style. I've scoped out their menu and can assure you that it is safe. It does not feature gyros, hummus or even the sneaky Greek salad that has dashed my hopes in the past.
Sicilian is their specialty and is nice for a change, but you can't go wrong with their neopolitan.
The staff is friendly as well.
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