National Pizza Month: Top 3 places to get Pizza in the Arena District
Boston’s The Gourmet Pizza Restaurant and Sports Bar
First on the list is Boston’s The Gourmet Pizza Restaurant and Sports Bar – “pizza” is literally in the title of this restaurant’s name, so you know their pizza is going to be good. Boston’s pizza dough is pressed by hand daily and the pizzas range in size from an individual pizza of 8” to a large pizza of 15” (this can be an individual pizza too, if you believe in yourself). Boston’s offers 14 different types of pizza, 4 types of flatbread pizzas, 4 types of thin crust pizzas and 2 types of calzones. If none of their combinations tickle your taste buds you can always make your own pizza to get it just right. Plus, this restaurant is in close proximity of Nationwide Arena so it is the perfect spot to get a pre-game slice!
Buca di Beppo
For pizza with true authentic Italian flare we recommend a visit to Buca di Beppo. All the pizzas and dishes at Buca are inspired by the cuisine enjoyed for generations in villages throughout Italy. Serving up 8 different types of pizzas including ‘Pizza Con Formaggio’ and ‘Supremo Italiana’ you can’t go wrong with any choice when you visit this festive and fun restaurant.
If you want a little beer to go with your pizza we recommend a visit to Gordon Biersch—their hand tossed pizzas and flatbreads will not disappoint. Indulge on classics like traditional pepperoni pizza or be adventurous with the California Cobb Flatbread that offers a little more zest with a drizzle of Märzen beer balsamic vinaigrette. Pair your Za with a refreshing handcrafted brew and you’ll be set.
Satisfied your pizza Craving in the Arena District but still have room for a slice or two more? We recommend Mikey’s Late Night Slice.