Regina Pizzaria is Boston’s original brick oven pizza. It’s been around in 1926, so they have a long history of serving delicious pizza. Of all their locations, I think this is one of their better ones. I guess you can’t really beat their original location right?
CanuckGirl and I decided to come here for pizza since we heard it is a must when visiting Boston. It was a game night, so it was quite busy inside. Luckily, we were able to be seated right away!
It’s not super cool or anything inside, but it gave me a bit of a bar type of vibe. We were seated near a booth and we could see the portraits of all the celebrities that have been here.
Pint of Miller Light ($2.50) was super cheap. I didn’t know what to expect, but it tasted good and was light and crisp. It definitely goes well with pizza.
Everything else comes in paper cups. I don’t know, but I found this quite odd.
We were also given paper plates too…which I found odd again. Then, they gave us metal cutlery.
#17 Pollo Regina (Small – $11.99) has grilled chicken breast, ricotta, parmesan, romano, mozzarella cheese, tomato sauce and roasted vegetables. This was a really good pizza! The crust was a good thickness and it still had tons of cheese and topping sitting there. Definitely really good pizza. CanuckGirl and I just shared this as the Large size was HUGE. The small size has 6 slices.
Overall, we did have a good experience here. It’s nothing fancy, but it has a solid selection of pizza. There was a reason why they are named Boston’s Best Pizza.
Words of Wisdom:
- Busy during game days
- Pizza is best shared
- Well priced menu! Cheap beer!
We Rate Regina Pizza:
11 Thacher St
Boston, MA 02113