On the Phantom Gourmet, Dan Andelman gets a slice of some of the more interesting pizzerias in Greater Boston.
Joe’s retirement means the closing of a Brighton institution. Imperial Pizza is closing its doors.
Dan Andelman of the Phantom Gourmet found some of the region’s most interesting lobster dishes.
Boston’s hottest restaurant neighborhood just got a little hotter, thanks to the 900 degree wood fired oven cranking out perfect Neapolitan pizzas at Pastoral.
This tiny pizza shop puts out authentic Neapolitan style pizza every day.
Thin. Crispy. Classic. It’s known as New Haven style pizza, named after the world famous pizzerias of New Haven, Connecticut. And now, you can get it a bit closer to home.
The Sports Hub’s promotions manager came back to his desk to find a slice missing from his pizza, so he checked the surveillance camera.
There are plenty of pizzerias that offer variety when it comes to toppings. But there’s only one pizza place that offers your choice of four flavors of dough.
In a city like Providence, pizza is serious business. And on Federal Hill, the folks at Bob & Timmy’s have perfected the art of the grilled pizza for over two decades.
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.