From Sicilian Squares to South Shore bar pies, pizza may be Phantom’s all-time favorite food. These are his eight greatest places to grab a slice.
Pizza and beer. A classic combination. So the Cornerstone crew searched every corner of the country for the best craft brews, and they experimented with all kinds of tasty toppings for their hand-tossed pizzas.
With this five-year extension, Phantom Gourmet will mark 26 years on television making it one of the longest running, locally produced programs ever to air in Boston.
Sometimes a pizza is more than just a pizza. Sometimes, it’s a work of art.
Phantom recently purchased four bottles of coconut water from a local supermarket. The refreshing contenders were Goya, One, Vita Coco and Zico.
It can take a lifetime to learn how to make the perfect pizza. But it only takes about 90 seconds to crush one!
Located in the old Salem jail, this casual counter service spot features burgers that are anything but ordinary.
Who says fast food can’t be fresh, cooked with care, and incredibly tasty? Phantom picks the eight greatest places to get great food quick. Only the best make it to the Great 8.
It all started over a decade ago when she began serving egg rolls at fairs throughout New England. The Egg Roll Lady’s egg rolls developed such a following she had to upsize from her small stand to a full service restaurant.
Anyone who knows anything about barbecue knows that the key to making great barbecue is to cook it low and slow. And while low and slow usually doesn’t equate to getting your food fast, that’s all changing at SlowBones.