Best Italian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Italian food in Quincy. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Italian restaurants near you.. Quincy (pronounced /ˈkwɪnzi/ KWIN-zee) is the largest city in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. It is part of Metropolitan Boston and one of Boston's immediate southern suburbs. Its population in 2014 was 93,397, making it the eighth largest city in the state. Known as the "City of Presidents," Quincy is the birthplace of two U.S. presidents — John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams — as well as John Hancock, a President of the Continental Congress and the first signer of the Declaration of Independence.
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4 based on 24 reviews
Quincy has a number of decent "pizza joints". Schoolhouse Pizza is very good. We have enjoyed the pizza and sandwiches on a number of occasions.
Working in a large office tower nearby, we occasionally visit this reliable spot for lunch. The pizzas and sandwiches are terrific...fair pricing and large portions. We really enjoy coming here for a nice break. The proprietors are friendly too... This is truly a "neighborhood joint" that is somewhat tucked away from the main roads. Do yourself a favor and find this spot with your GPS. You won't be disappointed.
4 based on 14 reviews
The local neighborhood (Quincy) has multiple pizza joints. This was the only one I tried when I was in the neighborhood. The cheese was gooey, the olive oil dripping, and the crust, tho not perfect, was good enough. The price for a slice...$2...my kind of place!
We needed something for lunch on the boat while fishing and dropped by as I had been to Cucina's for lunch the prior year after a trip. We got 2 Italian sandwiches which the co-owner wrapped extra tight to keep them dry on the boat. Great taste and value! If you go for lunch you'll find a very friendly crowd, including a lot of the local police dropping by, just like my old Italian neighborhood in Worcester.
4 based on 84 reviews
Visited 3 weeks ago with college friends. Sat outside, overlooking the water and Boston skyline. Waitress was friendly, drinks were cool and good, lobster rolls were perfect for a late lunch. Great people watching spot, under the awning. I have also eaten inside at least 3 times in the winter and enjoyed it each time. Ask for the window and enjoy the view in cool air-conditioning or warmth in the winter. In the winter visit we were a group of 15 women, the waitress and waiter were patient and attentive, a very enjoyable night.
4 based on 49 reviews
Serves 'traditional' Italian, in a setting that looks like some of the scenes from Goodfellas might have been filmed here.... but certainly not the classy nightclub scenes. In order to enter the restaurant, which features 1960's era faux wood paneling and some sort of used-tp-be-shag carpeting, you have to pass along the length of a narrow bar where each stool is occupied by one of the 'eclectic' patrons. Once in the dining area, you will encounter booths that are too large for two, and too small for four. The mostly young and not-too-knowledgeable waitstaff will make an honest effort to provide service, but experience does count.... And having them arranged standing along a back wall is not exactly conducive to a relaxing experience. Food is generally bland and uninteresting, and as such is overpriced. I believe people patronize this place out of loyalty to what it used to be, but it remains stuck in decades past. If that's what you want, it's a winner.
4 based on 30 reviews
Neighborhood restaurant, featuring Irish breakfast. But come for everything from an espresso, ice cream or barbeque dinner.Best Known For Private party room available for birthdays or private corporate events.Drop into Granite Street Cafe for good times a
This was a "happy accidental" find! I got lost trying to get to the Adams Birthplaces. The GPS took me up and down practically every street in Quincy. We were greeted with a "sit yourself anywhere and I'll be with you in a minute".Their breakfast was wonderful. I recommend the country French toast with fresh fruit. Other members in my group tell me the pancakes were the best especially the chocolate chip ones. Portions were very good- if a teenager says he is full - you hit the jackpot. Prices are very reasonable. The place has a friendly neighborhood feel but welcoming to everyone.
4 based on 45 reviews
Enjoyed absolutely delicious coffee (poured in generous mugs) and a fresh, filling and very tasty breakfast. It was quiet on this late weekday morning but the food took time - based on the taste I'm assuming that's because everything is cooked to order. Well worth the wait. My companion made a menu-change request that was cooked exactly as requested. Best breakfast out in a long time!
4 based on 88 reviews
Pricey but worth it. Great pizza with many creative suggestions. Beer list on point and awesome staff!!!
4 based on 121 reviews
I canât say enough about Gennaroâs! Weâve been coming here for a few years. Having grown up with families that owned many of the most famous restaurants in the north end, Iâm no stranger to food Italian food. I was delighted to find really delicious, reasonable, Italian food in Quincy. Iâm really partial to their chicken parm or tortellini carbonara, but Iâve had all sorts of things Iâve enjoyed on their menu. Most importantly, the staff is incredible. They are really efficient, friendly, and make you feel like your family as a repeat customer. Thanks for being our favorite spot in this city, Gennaros!
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