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Bravo Pizza – Allston, Boston, MA

It’s about time I show some love for pizza that’s actually in my current neighborhood, Allston. My boyfriend and I ordered this on New Year’s Eve as a pre-party snack. The reviews were pretty good and they’re 5 minutes away Read more…


Riddick’s House of Pizza – Dorchester, Boston MA

  The first thing that stuck out to me was that the sauce looks and tastes like school cafeteria pizza sauce… just cheap, and kind of weird/fake tasting. Same with the crust, actually. It was kinda soft and chewy, but Read more…


Walgreens Good & Delish Pepperoni Pizza

This being a $5 convenience store brand pizza, my expectations were pretty low. However, I ended up being sneaky blown away by Walgreens.


Windy City Pizza – Dorchester, Boston, MA

Sunday football means ordering delivery pizza! Windy City Pizza ended up being perfect because my small pizza was free with the other food we ordered. They claim to be a Chicago style pizza shop but IMO the pizza I had Read more…


Sainsbury’s Frozen Pepperoni Pizza

Guest review by my friend Rachel who is in grad school over in London! Thanks for taking Pizza Blonde international. <3 This pizza from Sainsbury’s was solid for a cheap store brand, but I needed to add some garlic salt Read more…


Freschetta Rising Crust Pepperoni Pizza

Going into this, I thought for sure that Freschetta was the best frozen pizza. I haven’t had it in a while, but I always liked it more than Digiorno’s. However, I think in recent years, Digiorno’s has actually made improvements that put Read more…


Galleria Umberto – North End, Boston, MA

This place gets a lot of hype in Boston and has a reputation of one of the best pizzas- in fact, they were Boston Magazine’s top pick this year. My boyfriend & I arrived around 11:30 on a Saturday morning, and Read more…


Crush Artisan Wood Fired Pizza – Financial District, Boston, MA

The crust was super thin and kind of tasteless. The end pieces had a good chew and crunch to them, but unfortunately our pizzas were for sure not cooked all the way in spots. On that same note, the sauce Read more…


Coogan’s – Financial District, Boston, MA

Coogan’s, home of $1 Bud Lights and food that is pretty passable… You are a beacon of light for Boston’s post-grads who have big kid jobs along with big student loans and rent bills. Also, anybody who likes cheap beer. My friend Read more…


Posto – Davis Square, Somerville, MA

  Last Friday, after following Posto on instagram for a while, I was finally able to try their pizza out. When my friend & I arrived around 6:30, having made last minute plans to grab dinner, we were a little Read more…