Penguin Pizza

735 Huntington Avenue, Boston

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Penguin Pizza

735 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115, USA
(617) 277-9200

Opening Hours

11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
5:00 – 10:00 PM

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2 months ago

First time here, it's a nice neighborhood bar atmosphere. Wheel of Fortune was playing on TV.

The waitstaff was very attentive.

Got buffalo wings and a large half/half buffalo chicken pizza / mushroom with mash potatoes pizza. The food was okay, I wasn't impressed. However, others thought it was standard.

It works and does the job.

6 months ago

Good place to eat! You can seat outside or inside the restaurant.
We went last Sunday to eat the poutine and pizza! The poutine is really good! But I didn't like that much of the pizza! There is no much flavour on it!
The attendant was tired and didn't make a good job.
The place hava a restroom inside. There is no wifi.

6 months ago

I was craving pizza and fries today so I decided to try a new pizza place , the fries arrived so soggy and burnt it had to be thrown away. Not only were the fries nasty but the customer service is horrible. Called to speak to someone about the fries and Stevie was so rude . His response was , “ok what would you like me to do” ? What a way to talk to your customers !!! I will never order from the place again and I will let the staff over at the Brigham to order else where ! It’s one thing to get wet fries but it’s another thing to get a rude response from the staff!!!!

In the last week

Had a wonderfully bad time at Penguin Pizza. Sometimes when you have a bad experience you leave a place real mad, and sometimes when you have a bad experience you can have a good time seeing how bad it is. It's a little like watching a really poorly made movie, and getting a kick out of how poorly made it is. That was my experience at Penguin Pizza. Went in alone, got stuffed into a weird nook, then got mostly ignored by what seemed like a stiff and mostly clueless wait staff. Took forever to order, and spent most of my time surprized at how mant times the same waitress went to the table across the room to chat idly with the couple there that must have been her personal friends. My steak sandwich had some kind of hunk of cartalidge in it, which is really unforgivable for a chopped steak, and my fries were mostly soggy and limp as heck. Afterwards I walked down the street to Mama's place which was much better food, faster, and cost less. I guess maybe if you wanna drink and watch sports this place could be OK, but for just getting food to eat go somewhere else on mission hill.

A year ago

We ordered a large cheese pizza, a gluten free pepperoni pizza, and a gluten free apple cider beverage.
•no nearby parking. Right by train stop and down the road from paid parking
•no wheelchair accessible entrance
•outdoor seating IS available
•very fair pricing, got a meal for 2 with drinks and the bill was a little under $40, not including tip.
My experience: My boyfriend loved his cheese pizza, and my gf pizza was very yummy! I asked the waitress which toppings were gluten free (based off of how it is cooked, cross contamination, and the factory the topping was processed in) and she said all of them were gluten free. But immediately I had a gluten reaction.
Yet again, another restaurant needs to have a "gluten sensitive" label and not lie that their product is "gluten free." This is not a celiac safe restaurant. But the food was very yummy, and the prices were very reasonable.