1 Faneuil Hall Market Pl, Boston, MA 02109
Phone: (617) 742-1713
Phone: (617) 261-6600
Phone: (617) 723-3701
Primary Phone: (617) 723-3701
Primary Phone: (617) 227-8180
Phone: (617) 227-8180
Phone: (781) 270-4212
Fax: (617) 720-4065
Fax: (617) 227-2662
Pizzeria Regina, Inc.
Regina Pizzeria North End
Pizzeria Regina At South Station
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Family Style, Take Out, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Bike Parking: Yes
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
Delicious pizza, some of the best I’ve ever had, and perfect spot to enjoy it. I love walking around the city and working up an appetite, I get my couple slices, wash them down with a cold drink and head on over to Mike’s pastry for a cannoli, perfect day in Boston!
11/05/2009Provided by Citysearch -
look this place jams from open to close. you expect a server to kiss your arse, lick your balls, etc. not the place to go. you want the best pizza in the world and can deal with eating in a busy place well worth it. some people just can't get over themselves so they write a bad review. im an italian chef and this place rules.
WOW, so many reviews. A friend of mine invited me at Reginas' pizzeria. He actually saw them on Phanthom Gourmet and the Phanthom gave them good reviews. So he wanted to check out their pizzas.He was driving, it took us a long time to find the restaurant, . It was so hidden with all the little streets of the North End. We finally found them, the place looked so small. There was a small entrance. The place was so small, packed and very loud. The staff is not diverse at all it's all white. The customers are also all whites. We got a cheese pizza. Me and my friend were not impressed. The taste was ok but nothing yummy like the Phanthom said. It's was very greasy, the pizza did not look nice and it was a messy pizza. Customer service was not all that either Truereview here to tell you the truth
01/23/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Doesnt live up to the hype whatsoever!!!!!!!!! The host (who is normally an older guy) is beyond rude. I get the whole ""this is the north end, and you do it OUR way"" thing, but this place takes it to a whole other level. And dont ever even bother calling in an order for pick up because you wont even be able to get a word in edgewise. Somewhere along the way someone told these people that they are 'the best' and it went RIGHT to their head. But enough about the terrible service. The pizza itself isnt even that great. Its never cooked enough, unless you tell them to cook it well done. If you want the best pizza in the north end...skip Reginas and head over to the Pushcart Cafe on Salem Street. Take it from a north end resident. This place is the pits!
12/07/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I haven't lived in the Boston area for about 15 years, but I try to make it to Regina's in the North End whenever I come to Boston to visit family. There is something about the cheese and the sauce that makes Regina's pizza so good. Plain cheese with no extra toppings is all you need. It's small, and you may have to wait, but it's worth it.
03/08/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I would give them a negative star if I could. The pizza is ""passable"" at best. Seriously, there is nothing special about it at all & as other reviewers have mentioned it is either too dough or burnt w/ a charcoal like substance on the bottom. The wait staff is awful! If you feel the need to have Pizzeria Regina's at least get take out, you want the least amount of contact with these bitter old waitresses as possible. If you want good pizza where they people are actually glad to have you as a customer, got to Ernesto's, you will have a better experience all around.
12/02/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I'm from New Hampshire , I have family memberS that go to THE NORTH-END BOSTON Pizzeria Regina for years ..
Finally me and my husband decided to go down there.
We are driving around looking for a parking space .. my husband decided that it would be better if I run in and order to go , wile is driving around.. So I went in, and I order a large pizza to go . I tip the girl that toke the order ..( never tip before service ) very true ...
so.. Im waiting on a pizza , my husband comes in ,he found a parking space near by .. so we both waiting on a pizza "" to go ""...
The manager of the place ask us : you guys want to seat down ? I said : Yes! that would be lovely..
me and my husband seat down on a little table .. But
the girl in a bar that toke my order .. starts having an attitude because the pizza was to go..
she goes On and On ( I could hear her bad mouthing about me and my husband to another customers ) ,
I got up and she saw that I caught her talking about us to the customer in a bar .. I Said to Her .. I don't care about a table Im glad to take it to go , but your manager told me to seat down .. she's Bla Bla Bla still .. I told her to hurry up with the pizza that I wanted to leave
the manager comes over , and ask us to seat down again , and apologized about the girl in a bar .. she was very unprofessional .
and the manager recognized that
we seat again on a table, our pizza comes , and everybody in that pizzeria its just looking at us
IT MADE US FEEL NOT WANTED THERE
we order some drinks .. well .. what if I told you , , we eat the pizza with out drinks ,another waitress , she managed to forget . she give us the drinks on our last bites ..
my REVIEW OF PIZZERIA REGINA IS : NOT WORTH THE TRIP , RUDE + DIRTY
THE PIZZA ITS NOTHING YOU HAVEN'T HAD BEBORE , , AND THE PLACE IS SMALL, RUDE AND VERY DIRTY .
NORTH-END BOSTON PIZZERIA REGINA NOTHING WORTH THE TRIP.
NIVEA HOWARD, NH
11/24/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Anyone who complains about the pizza here has issues. This pizza is excellent. It's not a spacious place, however, so you do feel slightly crowded-in upon while eating, however it depends exactly where you get a table. The food is fresh and delicious. I've had one overcooked Za there in years of going. I can't think of a better pizzeria in Boston or Cambridge, although the one near the Fleet Center has good cheap n' greasy Za. Dunno the name of it now.