Pizza Pie-er is HORRIBLE!!!
- yucky Oct 14, 2002 04:47 PM
Tried Pizza Pie-er, the new pizza joint on Mass. Ave by Christian Science Center, and it was SO bad. They will be out of business in no time flat.
Thought it was worth a try since they offer 5 crusts (including whole wheat) and 9 sauces, but was very wrong. Trashy ambiance. Gooey cheese and tasteless toppings for WAY too much money. My friend ordered a small, the size of those pizza-hut airport personal pan size pizzas, and it was $10!
This was not my experience for this takeout place.
As for the "$10" dollar 7 inch pizzas, I think you should take another look.
As far as the pizza tour goes, the north end greats like Pizzeria Regina and Santa... [ugh, I've drawn a blank] are on the other side of town, so this little campus takeout on Mass. Ave. probably won't be getting a visit anyway.
Ugh, it's after midnight, and now the thoughts of pizza (including the gif below at the Pizza Pie-er site) are making me hungry!!
"As far as the pizza tour goes, the north end greats like Pizzeria Regina and Santa... [ugh, I've drawn a blank] are on the other side of town, so this little campus takeout on Mass. Ave. probably won't be getting a visit anyway."
Santarpios is in East Boston..and there is talk of including Bianchis in Revere. Keep in mind that the Pizza Crawl is a FUN D raiser..accent on fun and funds raised to help the site.
We couldn't possibly try every pizza in the Boston area..logistically we couldn't get to them..and I like being able to fit in my clothes.
There's already been some talk about another crawl...trying places like Emmas, Upper Crust, Scoozi and if enough hounds are interested..Pizza Pierr. I plan on trying it myself next time I'm in the area.
I hope you (not specifically you, but everyone)can help..even if you can't make the crawl...and you still get a vote. That way we help insure that we still have a site..for more crawls.
Please purchase "chow good will" below.
If you're really thinking about putting together another pizza crawl (Emma's, Upper Crust, etc.), then you absolutely have to include Veggie Planet in Harvard Square in Cambridge.
Didi Emmons, the author of the cookbook "Vegetarian Planet", has taken pizza into a whole different realm. Flavors from all around the world on one of the best crusts I've ever had.
Definitely check it out if you haven't already.