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Pizza >Lynwood Cafe
320 Center St, Randolph, MA | Directions 0236842.152142 -71.030261
Mon. - Thu. 11:30am - 11pm;Fri. - Sat. 11:30am - 11:30pm;Sun. 12am - 11pm
Best Pizza – I was back in Ma in October. I had not been to Lynnwood pizza since 1973 when I was 10. I found my way there like I had been there yesterday. It was and still is my favorite pizza handsdown. I wish they shipped frozen pizza's to Las Vegas. The cafe had not changed one bit and the Pizza was out of this world. The people were friendly and when I go back East next time , Lynnwood will be one of my first stops. My siter like a similar pizza place in Falmouth, she lives in Avon. I kept telling her how close she was to Lynnwood. She is hooked and remebers it from when we were kids
lynwood – have u tried the bar pizza at the sons of italy in braintree
Lynwood Bar – I've heard that the Linwood can be busy at times and it takes about 35 minutes for a pizza. I can accept that. That's unavoidable when people like your pizza and you have the regulars who come in to hang out, have a pizza and drink a few brews. Heard the parking can be kind of tight and I can accept that, too. However rude waitstaff is not okay and the Lynwood owners need to do something about that. There's just no excuse for an employee being rude when you walk in the door and ask them where to pick up the pizzas. I've never been there before and wasn't sure. You would have thought I asked this woman for a million bucks. Geez, sorry I bothered you with a question that you found stupid. Needless to say I won't be returning to the Lynwood since I don't have to put up with a b*tchy attitude from a snotty employee when I'm spending $50. on pizzas. Thought I'd treat my family to several different pizzas since I had heard their pizza was good. Next time that happens it won't be Lynwood pizza. It's not okay that rude people work at the Lynwood. The proprietors should get rid of people who are miserable and take it out on customers. If they can't handle the job they should find something else to do.
Pizza heaven – I grew up on Lynnwood pizza my Grandparents used to own nthe little store across the street and my folks always bought take out pizza , I always went with my Dad to pick it up and on the way home we used to burn our mouths because we could not resist the smell . Even now my mouth is watering just remembering the best pizza in the world . My Aunt Audrey and Uncle Jack always brought some frozen pizza's when they came to visit us in California / or Seattle because they know how much I crave them . What a treat , I looked forward to those pizza's almost as much as their visit , and of course that is the first place and last place I visit when I'm back home on a trip . Look out Lynwood I'm bringing the family in mid October and I'm going to feast on the best pizza in the world . I always say it is the crust that makes the big difference but the sauce is just right and the right amount of toppings ( just got to try the baked bean one also) plain cheese and onion are my fav's. we are bringing the 4th generation to the Lynwood for pizza and Lucas Jack loves to eat! bet he'll love the pizza just like his Great Uncle for whom he is named
Great Pizza, great price – The Lynwood "since 1949" has the tastiest little pizza's around. Being from Quincy, I've had Dee Dees, Alumni and Town Spa, all good but not as good. The atmosphere is gritty and dated (1949), but it grows on you the more you go. Love the brusk wait staff, especially when I try to order a microbrew. Put the same staff and attitude at Faneuil Hall and they would make millions.
Best in Massachusetts – Fabulous first bite, like no other pizza in MA. In the metro Detroit area we have Jets for a magnificent Hawaiian pizza and Buddy's for a great square pan pizza. Massachusetts somehow has ho-hum pizza, but then there was Lynwood. Saw Lynwood on the Phantom Gourmet and put it on the list to try it sometime. Took another couple out to dinner and check the place out, busy on Saturday & lots of carry out orders. It took a year before I had the courage to try the baked bean pizza, WOW it sure is a winner! Who would believe a bean pizza could taste this good. Five stars all the way. We drive down once a month for our pizza "fix". Maybe it's good that we don't live in the neighborhood. Simple is good.
Good, not great, bar pizza – After having read a lot about Lynnwood Cafe, we tried it last night. We ordered two pies - mushroom, and onion-pepper. The pizzas were served nice and hot - and were very tasty. However, the amount of toppings were a little less than what we desired.
BEST PIZZA IN THE WORLD – Hands down this pizza and establishment are the best you will find. This pizza has a place in my family like no other restaurant. Unlike lots of other on here I grew up in Quincy and our family drove there almost every week to eat in or pick up our favorite pizza. My Grandmother loves to tell stories of when they were poor and would take my Father and his sibs there for big treat. Love this place, best pizza you can find anywhere, Town Spa is a joke compared to this, there pizza is the knock off!!!
Pretty good pizza.. – I usually go to the Town Spa more than the Lynwood, and both pizzas are very similar. I have to say i like the Town Spa better, but i love the atmosphere and the pizza in Lynwoods. I don't know why people are saying its dirty, though. Definatly avoid on Fridays and Saturdays, and sometimes you will call and you get the busy signal, and thats because they keep their phone off the hook (they get more orders sometimes than they can keep up with). But overall, its pretty good.
Best pizza around! – I was raised on the Lynwood's pizza, I grew up just up the street. Yup, the place is dated; nope, it isn't dirty, just time worn, and I find the waitstaff, when not under seige, to be just fine, thank you. Others, including Town Spa in Stoughton, have similar pizza, which may or may not have been copied from the Lynwood (which has been around since the '40s), but for those of us Townies, you can't beat the Lynwood's Bean Special, which is a lot better than it might sound. The plain cheese pizza is the best. When I was in High School, when the Lynwood closed for a vacation, we'd go to the Town Spa, and when the Town Spa closed for vacation, their patrons would come to the Lynwood! So, if its free refills you want, or bright, shiny lights, or brand new furniture you prefer, then this isn't the place for you. But, if its great pizza, cold beer, and friendly faces you desire, this is the place for you. Just be prepared to wait in line on Friday and Saturday nights, especially during softball and bowling league seasons.
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