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January 23, 2005
Their salads come in wonderfuly large portions, enough to feed two or three. The mixed green salad is nice, and the dressing is very light. Then order one of their delightful pizzas with the most creative toppings. My personal favorites are calamari pizza, which comes loaded with crispy calamari and mixed greens, and the portobello mushroom pizza, which is a combination of freshly chopped portobello mushrooms, sweet onions, and mushroom puree. Other fun pizzas are bianco and Oliver's.
The pizzas are large enough to feed two or three and run from $14 to $18.95. It's a great place for a date or for a girls' night out, so order a few Stellas or Amstel Lights and have a slice of creativity.
From journal More than Chowder in Boston
June 20, 2002
My favorite is the portabello mushroom pizza with wild mushroom puree, red roasted onions and fontina cheese. His pizza is only matched by his soups that appear on the table steaming and wafting of herbs. While you are waiting for your meal, do be careful. You will be tempted to eat the fresh baked peasant bread with olive oil and garlic. But then you will be too full to finish your meal and that would be a shame!
From journal Europe in America- Boston
June 21, 2000
From journal Time Travel in Historic Boston