everything tastes great, but the cheese dosnt stick well to the pizza
trey.fuccillo6/13/20, 6:02 p.m.
Solid pie. Decent crunch on the crust. Good sauce. Eight-one. That’s a review.
kevin.kass10/13/19, 7:23 p.m.
Asked for extra crispy, this is not what i call extra crispy! Good pie though, can never go wrong at Reginas even though this is not the Boston location!
tyler.brennen8/17/19, 6:17 p.m.
Solid pizza. Fluffy crust yet crisp. Not the same as the original Regina but still does the job. Get the olive oil with it... it slaps
bill_nye_the_pizza_guy8/2/19, 12:41 p.m.
Wow what a let down. Mediocre crust that tasted like something a major pizza chain would make. The sauce and cheese were alright.
jim.mccormick17/19/19, 12:41 a.m.
No Allston flop. Doughier than I remember. Wanted more flavor from the crust. Long live this institution.
tom.delehanty6/25/19, 11:47 p.m.
Boom goes the dynamite! If you're mad about the 9.8, walk it off! Ordered it cripsy based on bartender's (Julia) recommendation and this decision ultimately might have put this pie ahead of Johns on Bleecker St. for me, which sounds like crazy talk if you know anything about the pizza game. Honestly it's a Pleasant surprise that a Boston pie could out slug NYC zar. Still love Johns tho. Delicious - 9.8!!!
mackattack472/24/19, 4:06 a.m.
Regina’s Allston location. Cambridge St overlooking the pike. Got it delivered, so a bit more flop than it may otherwise have. It seems cliche to say it’s not on the same level as the North End Regina’s, but that’s the truth of it. Still a remarkably good cheese pizza. Try the St. Anthony’s if you’re looking at the specialty pies.