Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Watertown. The Town of Watertown is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. It is part of the Greater Boston area. The population was 31,915 at the 2010 census. Watertown is one of fourteen Massachusetts municipalities that have applied for, and been granted, city forms of government but wish to retain "The town of" in their official names.
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4 based on 241 reviews
We were 3 couples for a midweek dinner. We were immediately seated. As our waitress was taking our drink orders, another waitress bumped into her and dropped a pitcher of ice water between 2 people at our table. One personâs leg got a bit wet, ice cubes all over the floor. Some of the cubes got picked up, the others remained! I told everyone to be careful if they get up. One person in my party didnât want any marinated meat. After asking the waitress and her making 2 trips to the kitchen to ask, we finally got an answer. My husband ordered pasta with Bolognese sauce. He said it was good. I had stuffed shrimp. The shrimp were good but the baked potato was cold. My friendâs steak came out with a baked potato and oven roasted potatoes! No veggies. Our waitress was clearly inexperienced. The kitchen needs to watch what theyâre plating. The potatoes should have been hot. The table was never cleared off , although we ordered dessert and coffee. All simple things that are easy to fix on a slow night.
4 based on 27 reviews
Came here for lunch the day before yesterday. In Watertown and craving for a pizza. It did not disappoint. NY style thin crust. Really crispy and delicious. Street parking. Few bench tables to sit. No bathroom beware. Friendly service and not expensive.
The best pizza- thin crust, delicious sauce, not too greasy, and just the right amount of cheese. We used to live nearby and no longer do, so its a special night in our house when we drive into Watertown and treat ourselves to BHOP again. Love the friendly staff.
4 based on 213 reviews
Posto features a full menu with antipasti, insalate, handmade pasta, grilled meats, fish and poultry, dolce and of course our Neapolitan wood fired pizza. The center piece of Posto is our Italian wood burning oven which allows us to cook pizza at temperat
We went for an early casual family dinner. Staff welcoming and very accommodating, with service excellent. Menu explained including what to expect with their pizza. We started with calamari which was perfectly fried, crisp and not greasy. The Margherita pizza and the prosciutto were excellent. But the best was the swordfish. Great atmosphere.
3 based on 89 reviews
Bertucci's restaurants are firing-up brick ovens from New England to Virginia, each reflecting the distinct character and local charm of its community. Like the original Bertucci's, every kitchen is open, making our brick oven part of the restaurant exper
When you want tongo out, have a nice dinner for a very good price, even though we are with in a big family, or grup of friends, Bertucciâs always will be a good option. Of course it is not a famous cosine or a refined ambiance, but it is the reason you can make this choose without worries!Thank you, 344mariabeatrizl! We appreciate you being a loyal customer and ordering takeout with us again at Bertucciâs. Thank you for sharing wonderful feedback about your experience with us! We look forward to seeing and serving you again soon!
4 based on 26 reviews
This was a special day for our family. Our grandsonâs Christening. What made it even more special was the outstanding service that prevailed throughout the meal. The array of choices and quality of the food was excellent. Service was prompt, efficient and quite friendly. Pristine is the only word to describe the restaurants interior. Nice bar and very atmospheric. Why travel to Boston , fight the traffic and pay high prices when you can visit local and feast likea king??
4 based on 176 reviews
Located on Moody Street in downtown Waltham, Charcoal Guido's goal is to give our guests a great dining experience in a fun, contemporary style restaurant. Enjoy our handmade gourmet pizzas, small plates, pastas made in house, charcuterie boards and entre
Spouse and I ate here with son his wife and 2 grandchildren; 10 yo girl & 13 yo boy. It was mostly the grandson (13 you.) who wanted to come here. The place is relatively small, with limited low seating tables â most are bar-high chairs & tables. The tables and chairs are close to each other and when I wanted to use the restroom I had to squeeze between chairs/tables etc. It is the noisiest restaurant I have ever been in and at one point during dinner I had to put my fingers in my ears to avoid the constant, overwhelming and annoying noise! Also the food choice is quite limited â mostly pasta with lots of cheese with other things (clams, lobster pieces, meat, etc.) on it- but very carbohydrate rich with sauces. I personally avoided all that and had a bowl of mussels â which were fine. We avoided desert because we wanted to leave the place and the noise. So the point is â when we are visiting son & family I will veto eating her ever again. It is NOT the place to go if you want to have a conversation without yelling to those across the table. UGH!
4 based on 162 reviews
For a small place there is a surprisingly large amount of options besides pizza, but since that is done so well why would one bother?I had a gourmet delight white sauced, garlicy, mushrooms and carmelized oniony. The crackery crust even held its crisp overnight. Several craft beers and a well-priced wine selection, served by a seriously happy waitress underscored why it seemed to be date night for locals.Great place.
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