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Phone: (508) 351-2500

Payment method
cash, travelers checks
Neighborhoods
Prudential - St. Botolph, Back Bay
AKA

Bertucci's Brick Oven Rstrnt

Bertucci's Corp

Categories
Restaurants, Pizza, Italian Restaurants
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Cuisines: Italian, European, Continental, Pizza

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killerbunny

09/02/2003

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pizza pizza

The problem with giving an overall rating to this place is that the pizza is good and everything else is awful. I made the mistake of getting lobster pasta -- pretty much the worst pasta I've ever had. But the pizza is consistently pretty good.

leslieahittel

02/10/2003

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bon appetit

bertuccis is a wonderful restaurant. the atmosphere the food. their pizza is superb bar none. i'd recommend it to anyone

IRENEMONTY

02/10/2003

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no skimp on the shrimp

We have 2 Bertucci's in Marlboro. The 1 on Rt 20 is awful-slow, loud...yuk. But the other is a gem! Excellent service, quick considering how mobbed it always is and best of all, it LOADS on the shrimp on my (2) favorite Pizzas! The pasta and salads are always great. I tried the salmon last week...that too was superb. Somewhat pricy compared to the corner pizaa shop, but worth it once a month!

goodvt

02/07/2003

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Welcoming Warmth

From the friendly greeting, to the congenial service, to the warmth of the brick oven Amherst's Bertucci's is worth a visit. Oh, yeah, the pizza is good, too.

jasoncleary101

02/07/2003

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the best

i think that bertucci's food is great you have a verity of food you can order.i would go back again.and i would tell a freind about it as well.

killerpaine

01/05/2003

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The best pizza ever!

This is the best pizza I have ever had without question. Friendly staff, great service, and it is a clean resturant. I would recommend this place to anyone. Even the delivery service is great.

swhiteacre

01/02/2003

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Consistently Excellant!

We have tried every Pizza from Boston toNH. They are all good. But bertucci offers such a variety and they are consistently excellent every time. It is worth the money to get delicious pizza every time.
We prefer take out.

subhashkakkar

12/16/2002

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best

the best tasting pizzas but you have to specify how cooked , thin or regular, or weldone. waiter won't ask for details. you have to remember to ask for what you want.
otherwise the best of all pizza places we have visited.

mred

12/06/2002

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pizza pizzaz

Pizza and food are totally over rated here. Pizza,s
are hit or miss (mostly miss). toppings are skimpy
and not always as fresh as advertised and have experienced several soft, mushy, soggy crusts. I can't beleive this place was rated ahead of santarpio's.

shockadelica

11/27/2002

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The Best? Not!

I would not rate Bertucci's among the best pizza in Boston. Their pizzas are almost always undercooked, resulting in floppy, soggy doughy pizza and cheese that is never browned. I'd much rather have a slice from Regina's or even Tommy's in Cambridge.

tomtom22

11/27/2002

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Hoity Toity

This place is highly overrated! The service stunk and the food was not much better. My wife and I were very disappointed in the quality. The price of the food was too high. LaScala in Randolph is much much better.

msomers

11/13/2002

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Bertucci's: To bad its a chain

Yea, Pizzeria Regina is a piece of Boston heritage, and a perfect destination for a hungry tourist after a long day of touring the North End. But, if we are strictly talking Best Pizza, then the prize simply has to go to Bertucci's. I'll admit that it depresses me a little, growing up in a city well known for really superb pizza shops, that a chain restaurant should take first prize, but I'm sorry taiste buds don't lie.

Neallee

11/09/2002

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Simply the Best

Bertuccis is simply the best around. Once you are in the parking lot and you smell the brick oven going you are in heaven. Nice place, and great food and great prices. Pizzas are perfect, and the sandwiches are great. And dont forget the fresh baked rolls. And I could eat just appetizers, from the wings to the breadsticks with olive oil and roasted garlic, my mouth is watering just thinking about it.

Shailesh

11/09/2002

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Authentic and Economical

Great for vegetarians who love to have some authentic brick oven pizza.

freak22902003

11/06/2002

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Overall
overload

not with my taste buds,haymarket and regina also santarpios are elite.

buckinbj

11/05/2002

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Good Lord They're No Good

Bertucci's?!? Are we serious? I have yet to have a good meal there... and the service - don't get me started.

limonck

11/01/2002

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Bertucci's

Best tasting and healthiest pizza I've ever had. The free appetizer bread is gread dipped in marinara sauce or reheated the next day.

Julia_Hall

11/01/2002

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Oh My Mozzerella!

I just have to say that the way Bertuccis does up their Tomatoe and Mozzzzzeerrrrellllaaa pizza is the best! I don't know what it is that makes it different, the way they cook it or the quality ingredients, but ......IT WORKS!

jjbinks

11/01/2002

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used to be

This concept has become corporately mediocre. It used to be a good product, but has become a victim of over management. Too many bean counters trying to do a restaurant.

omay032

11/01/2002

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Strange ideas about pizza

Bertucci's approach to pizza seems to be to try as many odd and unusual ingredients as possible as toppings. When eating a Bertucci's pizza, these odd flavorings are overwhelming to the point that it doesn't taste like anything even closely resembling classic Italian pizza. Ditch the hot spices, weird veggies and chicken. Let's go for some classics like peppers, onions, mushrooms, pepperoni, hamburg, sausage, meatball and real Italian sauce.

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