Pizzeria Regina

★★★★★
  • 11 Thacher St

    Boston, MA 02113

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  • 781-270-4212

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This is a classic place, and I love Regina pizza. I'd say it's the epitome of Boston pizza.

However, the experiences I've had here have varied. I've gotten sick from eating there once, and most other times, I feel ripped off. With so many other good pizza places in the North End (and other great food at Faneuil Hall and the waterfront), it's hard to justify the price here.

But the food is great and the historical location is a good time. Four stars because they could be a little cheaper, a little nicer, and heck... it made me throw up once!

4
★★★★☆

This is a classic place, and I love Regina pizza. I'd say it's the epitome of Boston pizza.

However, the experiences I've had here have varied. I've gotten sick from eating there once, and most other times, I feel ripped off. With so many other good pizza places in the North End (and other great food at Faneuil Hall and the waterfront), it's hard to justify the price here.

But the food is great and the historical location is a good time. Four stars because they could be a little cheaper, a little nicer, and heck... it made me throw up once!

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It's true what they say - this really is the best pizza in Boston. I live down the street from Reginas, which can be especially dangerous in the summer when my windows are open and I can smell the pizza cooking. Since the place itself is so small, there's often a really long line. I would recommend getting takeout (your order is usually ready in about 15 minutes) and heading a few blocks to the greenway to eat. They make a lot of specialty pizzas, but my favorite is still the traditional cheese - it's really oily, but that must be what makes it taste SO good.

5
★★★★★

It's true what they say - this really is the best pizza in Boston. I live down the street from Reginas, which can be especially dangerous in the summer when my windows are open and I can smell the pizza cooking. Since the place itself is so small, there's often a really long line. I would recommend getting takeout (your order is usually ready in about 15 minutes) and heading a few blocks to the greenway to eat. They make a lot of specialty pizzas, but my favorite is still the traditional cheese - it's really oily, but that must be what makes it taste SO good.

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You may have to wait awhile, but the pizza is worth it. The crust is always perfect, and they have flavored oils to dip it in. The pies and the old time atmosphere are great.

5
★★★★★

You may have to wait awhile, but the pizza is worth it. The crust is always perfect, and they have flavored oils to dip it in. The pies and the old time atmosphere are great.

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This is Boston must. Boston's original pizzeria is difficult to find but well worth the journey and better than of the lessor franchises that share it's name. Truly Italian, this place has checker tables, old wooden booths and an original brick pizza oven from 1926. The wood fire ovens pizzas are thin and cheesy. For extra flavor add Regina's own flavored olive oil to you pizza. It is a destination and part of the North End's Italian charm.

Pros: Great Pizza !!!
Cons: On weekends there is a wait

5
★★★★★

This is Boston must. Boston's original pizzeria is difficult to find but well worth the journey and better than of the lessor franchises that share it's name. Truly Italian, this place has checker tables, old wooden booths and an original brick pizza oven from 1926. The wood fire ovens pizzas are thin and cheesy. For extra flavor add Regina's own flavored olive oil to you pizza. It is a destination and part of the North End's Italian charm.

Pros: Great Pizza !!!
Cons: On weekends there is a wait

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