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Prepared Pizza Dough Boston

Has anyone found prepared pizza dough that actually has some "chew" to it in Boston? All of the dough that I have bought is really flat and seems to have no taste or chew to it. **To clarify, this is dough for making my own pizza**

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  1. People seem to like Santarpio and so I may have been unlucky; i had a very good pizza at Coppa and can recommend the Pepe's in honor of Pepe's in New Haven.

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    Coppa
    253 Shawmut Ave, Boston, MA 02118

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    1. re: cambridgedoctpr

      I think this might be responsive to the question - did you get pizza dough from these places?

    2. Have you tried Clear Flour?

      1. I like Haymarket Pizza's dough.

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        Haymarket Pizza
        106 Blackstone St, Boston, MA 02109

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        1. re: Bob Dobalina

          I havent tried clear flour, never thought of them.

          1. re: NahantNative

            BTW, Haymarket's is a $1/dough. Quite the deal. Made some last night - half anchovy, onion and green pepper, half fig and goat cheese - yum!

            Recently bought a dough from Pescatore for $2 - I personally liked it a bit better than Haymarket's - cooked up thinner - but my wife prefers Haymarket precisely for its chew and flavor.

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            Pescatore
            158 Boston Ave, Somerville, MA 02144

            1. re: NahantNative

              Clear Flour's pizza dough is excellent. It has chew and flavor. I believe it's available every day after 1 p.m.

              1. re: Velda Mae

                Clear Flour's is $2.75. I prefer Haymarket's taste, particularly when grilled on a fire, because it chars better and has more tooth. Both are better than Russo's - only 99 cents, I think - which is oddly flavorless, though fresh tasting.

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                Haymarket
                Blackstone St, Boston, MA

          2. I think the frozen pizza dough at Capone's in Union Square is pretty good if you forget to make your own.

            1. I like the dough from Pini's on Broadway in Somerville. I roll it out much thinner for my pies than then they do for theirs, however.