It’s really easy for North End pizza places to get lost in the tourist-choked, candle-lit shuffle of the neighborhood. Ask just about anyone about North End pizza, and they’ll talk about Regina and Umberto first, and then any one of approximately 86 other places third. But Ducali deserves to be mentioned up there with the classics. This place is essentially a pizza-centric bar serving really good Roman-style pies and a small selection of paninis and appetizers. It’s one of the few places where we actually like the standard cheese pizza more than the margherita, though the real star is the aragosta topped with lobster, guanciale, and mascarpone.
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Regina Pizzeria in the North End is the original and best location of Boston’s most famous pizza.
Il Molo is an Italian seafood restaurant in the North End that feels like the inside of a fish tank.
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The Salty Pig
The Salty Pig serves pizza and substantial charcuterie and cheese boards across the street from the Back Bay train station.
Area Four in Kendall Square feels kind of like a cafeteria, except it has pizza and beer flights instead of overdone burgers and chocolate milk.
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