No matter where you travel in the world, finding the best pizza is serious business. Boston is no exception. Nevertheless, with a plethora of places to choose from, it can be difficult to find the perfect place. That said, here are 5 of the top places to get pizza in Boston.
Located at 253 Shawmut Ave., Coppa is stationed right near the E Berkeley stop at Tremont St, on route 9. With the patio open for lunch on weekends (Friday-Sunday) and dinner every night at 4 pm, customers have the option to eat one the scenic patio or simply walk or call for takeout. Serving amazing pizza with their legendary wood-fired crusts, no matter which toppings you choose, Coppa has you covered.
Located at 345 Congress St.right near the route 7 stop on Summer St., Pastoral is another local eatery that is known for serving delicious wood-fired pizzas. Open for takeout and delivery, no matter if you are looking for Margherita pizza, chicken parmesan, or just a pepperoni pizza, rest assured that it will be anything but typical.
If you're seeking a high-quality pizzeria, Ernesto's Pizza just might be it. Located at 69 Salem St. right near the Orange Line with stops on Forest Hills and Oak Grove, offers whole pies, slices to go, or a casual dine-in eating experience. Also located right by the historic Freedom Trail, feel free to stop by before you walk to the trail or go get a treat once it's over. Offering a wide variety of pizzas from Buffalo chicken to Hawaiian-inspired, Ernesto's Pizza is one of the best ways to escape culinary mediocrity.
Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant
Stationed at 425 West Broadway in S. Boston, Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant is located right by the City Point and Copely stops on route 9. Regularly open for dinner and brunch, they serve a Detroit-style pizza with delectable toppings such as meatballs, mushrooms/garlic rabe, and much more.
Although the South End location remains closed, Area Four has a great location that is open for takeout, delivery, and patio dining on Tuesday-Saturday. Located right by route 1 with a stop at Harvard, this location is obviously favored by the college kids of the community. Nevertheless, most everyone else loves to eat here too. Serving yummy wood-fired pizzas, get it topped with veggies or whatever kind of meat you prefer.
Overall, there are plenty of pizza places in Boston. By trying the ones listed here, you are bound to find the perfect pie to delight your taste buds.