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Jan 5, 2008 08:07 AM

Mexican Pizza

Where in Boston can I find a good mexican pizza? My mother is craving one hard and I do not know where to tell her to go. She is looking for something in Boston or surrounding areaas that is T accessible.

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  1. I have never heard of Mexican pizza. Is it just a particular style of pizza? Or is there another name for this dish in Spanish?

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    1. re: MC Slim JB

      MC, certainly you've been to Taco Bell before:

      If there is a Taco Town around here you could order the Pizza Crepe Taco Pancake Chili Bag [TM].

      1. re: Sgt Snackers

        I have been to Taco Bell, but I bet it's been twenty years since. This sounds not unlike a tostada, which is kind of what I was getting at, though I imagine if it's Taco Bell, we're talking refined-wheat-flour tortillas, not corn.

      2. re: MC Slim JB

        You ever see I'm With Busey?

        "You're going to be OK, you're going to go home and eat a Mexican Pizza. Think about that."

      3. Taco Bell locations on the T: Comm Av @ Blandford St, Allston; Cambridgeside Galleria

        1. Pedro Diego's in Haverhill is the first place I ever saw or tried a Mexican Pizza.

          They are pretty good, but I like nacho's more.

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          1. re: Infomaniac

            I've been to Pedro Diego's a few times, thought it was one of Haverhill's better dining-out options, but never had or even noticed Mexican pizza on the menu. Their chili verde is what sticks in my memory. Other places I enjoyed nearby: Keon's, Sal's Pizza, a tiny little Vietnamese place with respectable pho that I didn't expect to last, the Sunrise Cafe for quite fine diner-style breakfasts. Been a while since I dined out in Haverhill, though.

            1. re: MC Slim JB

              And Haverhill hardly complies with the OP's request for "something in Boston or surrounding areas that is T accessible."

              1. re: MC Slim JB

                Unfortunatrly PD's is not what it used to be, and hardly worth the trek from Boston for a Mexican pizza. On the other hand, I've made the trek from Haverhill to Angela's Cafe in East Boston at least 6 times since learning about Angela's.

            2. Whilst the years I lived in Mexico, pizza was not a go-out-of-your-way product. It was always available when you had only 10 minutes or 3 dollars to spare. But ham & pineapple sold equally to pepperoni.

              1. Rudy's in Teele Square, Somerville, has it on the menu and an app.


                Rudy's Cafe
                248 Holland St, Somerville, MA 02144