Just had dinner at this place, which was recommended in a number of guide books. It is located on a busy street in the heart of the Italian north end of Boston. There is limited seating space, but fortunately it was not overcrowded. We had to wait for about 10 minutes on the street until some space became available. The menu is short and unpretentious - exactly what I would expect of a good pizza restaurant. I had the special (an imaginative white pizza consisting of pistachio pesto, sweet sausage, mozzarella and a number of other ingredients). It was sublime: the base was thin and somewhat charred at the edges - exactly as I like it. The beer and wine list was well chosen. I opted for a summer ale called "Working Class Hero", brewed in Cambridge. This is a class establishment and I would strongly commend it to anyone who loves pizza.
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