423 Lexington St. Auburndale,
Call : (617) 969-4979
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I was on vacation in Boston from Cleveland in July 2007. We stayed in neighboring Newton. We would walk from our Marriott hotel to Tom's Pizza shop everyday. It was the best food-better than lots of restaurants in downtown Boston. When we talk about our trip to Boston, Tom's Pizza always comes up in the conversation. Great food and very nice people. We were in Boston a week and probably tried almost everything on the menu. I still have his magnet on my refrigerator.
Toms pizza is a great place to go after a long day at work or school.At toms they have a variety of foods.Such as pizza,sandwhiches,subs and salads.To be honest I go o Toms Pizza on half day Tuesdays after school with my sister.The pizza there is just right thin or thick.The salads are delisious and they come with pita bread and dressing.If you haven't been there you should really go there.But the food is a little over priced.
My favorite Pizza place. I grew up in Newton, so I've probably been to this place a thousand times. I've been going since I was 9 years old (I'm 22 now).
It's an unassuming pizza place. Not much of a sitdown place either. There are a few seats that are semi-booths, but at most you can fit maybe four people at one table. You're better off getting take out.
The reason I love this place is the Pizza. I've never tried the sandwiches because I never had to. The cheese pizza is basically perfect. There's a lot of it, as opposed to other pizza places that are more sauce based. The pizza is coma-inducing. I'll have four slices over an hour and feel tired for an hour or two after. It's pretty great to get pizza at 6pm, hang out for two hours and go to sleep early at 8 or 9. Maybe that's lame, but I've done it before #noshame.
It's also very cheap. Since Newton, I've gone on to live in New York and Los Angeles. A large at Tom's is $11-$14 dollars, depending on toppings. In LA, a plain cheese is $15 dollars. In New York it was common to see $16 dollar or $18 dollar cheese pizzas. Ridiculous. At Tom's the Cheese was $11.60 and you could get a personal pizza for $6 dollars. Super cheap, in my opinion.
I've gone on four hour drives from New York to Newton, just to eat this pizza (it was my birthday). I thought it was worth it. Maybe I'm a fanatic but I really like this place and I haven't found another pizza that tastes like it.
Oh, and the Hawaiian is pretty good too.
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