Probably the best in Boston
josh.williams95/24/22, 1:22 a.m.
Obviously a very good pie. Good crust, solid ingredients and cool spot. But the old bag working the bar was the worst. Just rude from the jump. Be better lady
bkpizza1605/23/22, 2:51 a.m.
Regina Pizza is a solid pizzeria that has been delivering quality pizza for decades. I loved the environment, you can feel the history when dining in the restaurant. The pizza was so hot when it came it, the first slice was floppy and messy. But once it settled the 2nd and third slice was Incredible. If you are in the North End, Regina’s is a must try
sam.corey5/21/22, 7:12 p.m.
Ah, Pizzeria Regina. If you deign to visit one of Boston’s most iconic establishments any time after 6 PM, expect a 45-minute to an hour-long line. Their cheese and pepperoni slices are solid, but nothing remarkable—and likely not worth hanging around for, and they definitely do not live up to the hype. If you’re a masochist and enjoy subjecting yourself to unnecessarily long wait times, then at least go for one of their specialty pies. The Pollo Pesto is a personal favorite, but you can’t go wrong with any of them. These are what push Regina’s from a high-7 into the 8 threshold. Also, regardless of what you order, drizzle that bad boy up with their red pepper olive oil. Don’t be shy, lather it up. Treat it to a nice massage. Pamper that pizza. Get all sensual with it. PRO TIP: I used to work nearby for a few years back when I was a chowdah-head. Go to Regina’s for a late lunch or an early dinner (anytime between 2-4 PM is ideal). You can get a quick slice with a pint, or get a whole pie without the long lines.
david.vasta5/17/22, 9:08 p.m.
We got to Boston and it was our first stop. Not bad but not 9.1. The atmosphere is old Boston. The new pies out of the over looked great. One slice might not have been the best slice.
christian.bowe5/15/22, 1:06 a.m.
Short and sweet review. This must be apart of the Boston experience. Great sauce and great charred crust. Love it. One of my favorites ever.
doug.druziak5/1/22, 2:04 a.m.
I had this reheated to be fair. Best crust I’ve ever had. Although they could have put more sauce on, sauce could have a stronger flavor. Crust, Cheese, and thickness were on point though.
zander4/24/22, 7:09 p.m.
It was a windy Sunday afternoon when me and 6 of my closest compadres strolled into Reginas. Ordering the standard cheese, the pizza came out in a timely fashion. One word fo describe it? Sloppy. Cheese was great, crust was awesome. Grease me up with Reginas anytime
devin.townsend4/24/22, 12:06 a.m.
Classic Brick oven pizza. BTW most all pizza ovens are made of “brick”. Sauce was clean and fruity, crust crunchy, a little thick. Good browning. Great location and friendliest staff ever.
david.mitchell84/2/22, 3:46 p.m.
No flop with a wonderfully charred crust; Flavorful but not oily. There is a reason Regina’s is close to a century old; a must on every Boston trip I take.
trevor.allen14/2/22, 3:03 p.m.
Pic is of the #30 - wonderful pie. We had the Giambotta and Margherita - both fantastic. Never miss this place when I’m Boston.
joeybien3/21/22, 7:42 p.m.
1/18/21 Joey Pageviews gives his official score of Regina’s Pizzeria #vintagefroody🔥
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