Let’s Celebrate!

October is National Pizza Month! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite spots for pizza in the neighborhood!

Lower Mills Tavern

Lower Mills Tavern serves up woodstone pizzas perfect for sharing (or not)! Pairs well with one their delicious wines! Patio is now open too!

Harp & Bard

The Harp & Bard has one of the best under the radar good pizzas! Their pizza has crunchy crust, great sauce and the perfect amount of cheese. You can build your own pie or choose from their signature pizzas.


Try Molinari’s in Adams Village! Try our favorite – the Bocca with Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella, Ricotta, Sopprasatta, Roasted Pepper, Garlic Confit, Fresh Oregano. Check out their full menu here! 


In addition to pastas and Italian specialties, Tavolo serves up delicious pizza in flavors like House Sausage with Sopressata, mozzarella, house pickled banana peppers and Four Cheese with Mozzarella, fontina, grana padano, provolone.  You can see a full menu here! 

Venice Pizza

Venice Pizza is officially back in business – but slightly elevated with new ownership. According to Boston Eater, Joshua and Todd Winer – of Pastoral in Fort Point and partner John Taxiarchis – who has a background at  Neptune Oyster in the North End.  Expect a thin-crust, New York-style hybrid of pizza made with fresh ingredients. Venice Pizza will also sell sandwiches and sides. Give it a try!

Landmark Public House

Landmark Public House offers their signature bar pizza for $11 for cheese.  Add on toppings – everything from pickles to pepperoni for an addition $1 each!

Eire Pub

The Eire Pub is now serving bar pizza – and we hear it’s delicious!

Image via Caught in Dot’s Instagarm 

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