This is football pizza! Solid pizza. Wish the sauce had a little more kick to it. Cheese is good. Crust was ehh. Good pizza but could use a kick to be great.
kyledaluz7/12/22, 10:41 p.m.
Good cheese, just really lacking a lot of taste. Not a bad Sicilian pizza but not very good either.
lonnie.smith13/20/22, 4:34 p.m.
Best in Harvard square. Really nice crunch on the edges of that Sicilian. Variety of classic topping options done right.
justin.kwiatkowski111/20/21, 5:59 p.m.
Bit of a greasy, sloppy, floppy slice. Good fresh ingredients, but, I wouldn't say I loved it.
pizzaaficionadoma11/5/21, 1:10 p.m.
You have to get the Sicilian.. it's the best in the Boston area.
htotheejk7/31/21, 3:36 p.m.
Hanging in Cambridge by Harvard. Stopped into this unassuming pizza joint. Some of the best Sicilian around. My father thinks it’s a bit higher, but what does he know.
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trevor.anderson66/11/21, 7:54 p.m.
Pinocchio’s Pizza! This spot has been around since 66’! Local spot out in Cambridge right in Harvard Square. This was actually the first pizza I tried when I moved here a couple of weeks ago. Solid pizza! Decent crust, it wasn’t as crispy as it could of been. It was a little lite on the sauce, and didn’t quite have that mmph and spice I personally look for in a sauce. The cheese was solid, not overloaded which was nice. It was pretty greasy in the middle. But overall it’s a solid pie. You go out with your boys, taking a break from Harvard classes, grab some beers and hit Pinocchio’s, you won’t be disappointed. ***Side note, when I reheated it later, the experience was much better with a crispy crust***
peteraccardo4/20/21, 10:09 p.m.
First time trying Sicilian Style. I liked it, not a lot though. A little greasy, too heavy, and needed more tang. Fantastic crisp though.
will.weimer8/8/20, 12:13 a.m.
A Greek esque Sicilian slice. Crispy crust with a thick, heavy, body. Red sauce is flavorful. Layer of cheese is perfect pull-away consistency
brendan.mcnamara16/12/20, 1:03 a.m.
such a classic spot. Any Bostonian who doesn’t know Pinocchio’s is from Wellesley.
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