My wife and I were on vacation in Boston, and were walking along the Freedom Trail. We finished visiting the Reveres at the Paul Revere House, and were ready for lunch. Looking up we saw the sign for Rina’s Pizza. Said to each other, pizza? Sure why not. Now being from Staten Island NYC, where there is no shortage of great Pizzerias, we kept an open mind. Well we were pleasantly pleased. This pizza was FANTABULOUS!! The dough especially, from the brick oven was spectacular. We just happened on this place and, you know, we definitely picked the right one. Thank you guys at Rina’s.
Delicious thin crust and thicker crust options. I love the pepperoni but they always have a variety of kinds. Also, the sodas are always ice cold. On a hot day I will go there just for a diet soda. Never disappoints!
What a great little treasure to find. I was surprised by how delicious this place was. It tucked away so you really wouldn't notice passing by, but I'm glad I found it. The pizza is amazing!! You will love how the crust taste and the cheese is so yum. The customer service was excellent!
I thought it was good- not great. We ordered a small margarita pizza. It came out to $15 including 2 waters. The pizza was freshly made and did not take long to come out. The lady that took our order was polite but the vibe of the place seemed cold and it wasn’t comfortable to enjoy our pizza there. If given the option I probably wouldn’t return in the future.
Even better than Regina's! So underrated. My favorite pizza spot in the North end