Best pizza of the trip. Deserves many honors. get there early line gets long and they run out of food. And you do not want to miss it.
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I spent about $10 for Pizza, arancini, and a can of Diet Coke. It was heaven!!! Service and line move fast. Tables are clean. The pizza is simply fabulous. Go here!!!!! Sooooooo good!!!
Great local place for quick pizza and a rice ball. All the locals/workers were coming in an out. I love the old school feel to this. And very reasonable! Pizza was above average.
Cash only. Great comfort food (fried and full of cheese). If you are vegetarian, ask about which items do/don't have meat. If you are vegan, low fat or gluten free, you will probably die if you eat here and you should avoid at all costs....More
I am a native New Yorker and have grown up on pizza. It kills me to admit it but the best Sicilian pizza I have ever had is in Boston. Get it with pepperoni if they have it. Baked just right. Absolutely the best. Just...More
Can't go wrong with anything, a real treat! Everything is hot, fresh and authentic. Always lines with locals getting takeout but the line moves quickly.
Very good, and excellent prices. Gentleman that took our order was very nice, not the usual, inpatient type, made you feel welcome and special. Food was tasty, tried 5 different items, all worth the tasting.
Get here early. When they sell out...they are out! Pizza, calzones, arancini’s, pizzette’s , panzerotti’s are the best!!!
We were tourists in the area so we followed advice from locals and visited Umberto's. It's a great spot with wholesome, tasty, inexpensive Italian food. Definitely NOT worth the one hour, twenty minute wait however and this was mid-week in the dead of winter. Some...More
This was one of the stops on the North End Pizza Tour. Definitely not the fanciest decor, but pizza was really tasty.