Every single time I go to Worden Hall, I get the soppressata deep dish pizza. They’re located right across the street from the Broadway T stop, and have a small patio that’s dog friendly. We’ve brought our frenchie a few times and though the patio only has a few tables, with reservations we haven’t had to wait during both brunch and dinner. Continue reading
A good way to get your kid to be good at something is to start them off early. Usually this applies to sports or another hobby, but in my case I’ve been eating pizza as long as I can remember and now here I am with a blog about it. I thought it would be fun to go back and memorialize all of the pizzas who made me the girl I am today. Continue reading
Long overdue, here’s a review of Celeste Pizza: everyone’s favorite $1 frozen pizza. Continue reading
Fenway Park is one of my favorite places in Boston. Aside from the love being thanks to my love of the Red Sox, I actually went to Simmons College a few blocks away and worked at Fenway for a few years before I graduated. Needless to say, I’ve spent a LOT of time around the ballpark and kept a close eye on the many changes happening to the neighborhood and its pizza options.
With concession prices at a ridiculous level, grabbing some drinks and grub before going into Fenway is essential. The ownership has improved a lot of the concession food over the past few years (shout out to Tasty Burger!) but sadly, the pizza is not one of those things (see above.) If you ever find yourself at a Red Sox game or Fenway concert craving pizza instead of typical baseball food, this guide is for you.
This pizza was the bomb dot com. SERIOUSLY! I mean it. I’ve kind of taken a stand against Windy City over the last few months since I live less than a mile away (4 minute drive, per google maps) and they won’t deliver to my house. This is a lose-lose and I hope they reconsider their policy because it’s a shame our relationship can’t blossom to its full potential. Continue reading
Grubhub roulette can be kind of scary, especially in Dorchester. Let’s just say that in my neck of the woods in Ashmont there are a lot of delivery restaurants that aren’t super well marketed, with very mixed reviews. Grubhub was running a great promo over the weekend, so we decided to take a shot on Spukies’n Pizza in Lower Mills for dinner. I actually pass them on a regular basis on my runs, but we usually just order Pat’s, which is maybe two blocks closer to our house. After our experience with Spukies’n Pizza, we’ve got a solid new option!
I was hungry, stuck home waiting for an IKEA delivery, and on a mission to find a good buff chicken pizza that would deliver to my apartment. Unfortunately, the choices are pretty slim, so I ended up giving my new local Domino’s a shot. Continue reading
Last night I grabbed dinner at Tavolo, which is super close to where I live. Everyone should be lucky enough to have a pizza restaurant that they can literally see from their apartment. Continue reading
It was Sunday and we needed football snacks, so to Stop & Shop we went. My first instinct was to buy the cheapest store brand pizza there was. Then, the thought “Why not treat yo self?” popped into my head. I got rid of the cheapo pizza and grabbed the ready to bake pepperoni pizza from the prepared foods section, ready to eat like a queen. Continue reading
It’s about time I show some love for pizza that’s actually in my current neighborhood, Allston. My boyfriend and I ordered this on New Year’s Eve as a pre-party snack. The reviews were pretty good and they’re 5 minutes away from me, so thus, Bravo Pizza got the call.