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Beacon Hill

Figs On Beacon Hill

Pizza, Caterers, Italian Restaurants, Restaurants
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Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Caterers, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza

Alcohol: Beer, Wine

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Average

Good For Groups: Yes


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Provided by Citysearch - 
unhealthy food

The food was good. The only problem is that I'm 100% sure they put the oil they use for frying into the dough of the bread and of the pasta. You will notice a mild but very persistent fried-oil aftertaste. It is similar to the smell of state fair fried food. I suspect that it is illegal since eating used oil may cause cancer.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Figs missed the boat

Why is Figs closed between lunch and dinner? We were looking for a place to have a bite and drinks, but found Figs to be closed. However, there looked to be a lot of staff in the restaurant and a very unprofessional server outside in front of the restaurant, on the phone, smoking a cigarette. Luckily, we found Bin 26 open and inviting down the street with a nice crowd of folks. Sorry Figs, but you missed out on several possible checks that afternoon!



Provided by Citysearch - 
Best Pizza in Town!

I LOVE this place. It is amazing! Much better than the other wanna-be Figs place :)
I recomend the spicy shrimp pizza



Provided by Citysearch - 

I am said to have the most amazing taste buds as well as one of the most difficult to please and I found Figs to be amazing. those who do not like it are probably used to pizza hut....take it from the expert Figs is how pizza should be. not too cheesy with fun toppings



Provided by Citysearch - 
new and improed

figs in beacon hill. is better than ever.. apparently they never had ac and now they do, the place is jumping.. the food is better and the staff was great.. i will go all the time.. the manager came to check on our table and made such a great effort.. she said she was new at this location, and she was great to us. made sure we were all happy and even to welcome herself she sent a starter.. figs is better than ever..



Provided by Citysearch - 
Unique Pizza

I love the pizza here!!! It's thin, crispy, tasty, with unique ingredients. I am not a cheese lover, so this place is great for me since the pizza here is not piled with cheese. You can also order half and half pizza which is a benefit for people with different tastes. We had half fig&Procciutto half calamari&arugula pizza, and it was fantastic. The warm asparagas salad was very distinct too. I found the price to be very reasonable too, all below $20 for a giant pizza. The only downside is that the place is very small and the wait can be long.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Going, Going, Gone

When Figs first opened in '94, it was a unique place in Boston (Charlestown) that offered good food at reasonable prices. The pizza was fantastic and was the only place in Boston that offered thin crusty pizza, the way it should be. Now However, Figs is just another over-priced restaurant, with mediocre service and food (the pizza is now soggy), a classic attribute of the Todd English empire.



Provided by Citysearch - 

Both experiences at Figs were terrible. Why 2 experiences? With all the hype I thought I ordered wrong the first time. Speaking only of the pizza here, don't waste your time. There's a reason why the place in never packed. Part of the problem is the toppings are too esoteric. If they kept the ingredients simple, I think the pizza would be better. It's just overpriced, mediocre pizza.



Provided by Citysearch - 
2 Furoofy

Todd English has taken something as good as your basic pizza and bastardized it into some nuvue bullc@#p by putting things on Pizza that should never even come in contact with dough. Goat cheese and roasted chicken with portabella mushrooms on a whole wheat crust, etc. blah, blah, blah. Enough of this fancy stuff!
You want good PIZZA?! Try Aurelio's on the far southside of Chicago where I'm from. Since moving out East 20 years ago, I haven't had really good Pizza since!
Figs on Charles Street was better as Bell Canto's Pizza way back when.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Big $$

Make sure you've stopped at the ATM before coming here because you'll need the extra cash! Tasty pizza, but not all that. Getting chain-like.

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