Stoked in Brookline is one of those pizza places that gets creative with toppings, so you'll find pies topped with everything from buffalo cauliflower to plant-based “beef.” But you don’t need to get crazy to enjoy the pizza, Just a standard margherita is excellent, thanks to the wood-fired grill and tomatoes grown on a farm outside the city. This is thin crust, Neapolitan style pizza served in a place that’s often filled with kids, but works great for adults, too, thanks to very good craft beer selection at the bar. It’s a place you’re always happy to come to.
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