Ok Bertucci's. Nothing special but consistent with other Bertucci's. Was wondering as it's part of the MBTA (Boston subway) Alewife station.
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Typical Bertucci's, though with easy parking and access with public transport. The pizza is tasty, thin-crust and relatively flavorful toppings. Kids get piece of dough to play with, which is fun for them. The place can be a bit dark and chaotic, however; in this neighborhood Summer Shack across the road is leagues better. But if your kids want pizza... More
The hotel we were staying at recommended Bertucci's and I'm glad we decided to have dinner there. The restaurant is very accessible from the Red Line and is an active area of Cambridge. We had an early dinner so they weren't busy. Blake was our server and he did an excellent job taking care of us. He was very helpful.... More
I have eaten here several times because I always know what to expect. Their lunch specials offer quite a bit to choose from. I am fussy about my pizza but they have great brick oven pizza that comes out perfect each time. I could eat their warm rolls with dipping oil all day. They have an awesome salad which I... More
the free parking here is a huge help in Cambridge. the food is tasty and the menu changes seasonally which is nice. there's always something for everyone.
Pizza is cooked in a fire fed brick oven. Crust so thin and the topping were perfect. Appetizers and free rolls were to die for. We did not know it was a chain till latter in our trip when we seen more. It is a must stop for southern folks than don't get to visit many pizza houses with fire... More
This was, once upon a time, one of the better Bertuccis. This trip was so disappointing, we may stop giving it a chance. The chicken piccata was basically a warmed pre-cooked chicken cutlet with a curdled sauce. This sauce surely was not piccata. In fact, I think it had cream in it. What else curdles? The baked tortellini were overcooked... More
The bar at Bertucci's is one of the best around for encouraging good chat among its patrons. Christina was mentioned in my last review, but now there's Anthony, a new Monday addition to the service. Anthony loves to talk books with the patrons, and does so in a courteous and thoughtul manner, never overlooking good service. And then....there is Jose's... More
My relationship with Bertucci's Alewife began with the discovery of their Happy Hour with great white wine and flatbread pizzas at $3.00 each. It expanded to include their crab cake--fresh, without being dominated with fillers. When I encouraged a friend to move on to their new item, "Crab-stuffed Mushrooms," she deemed them "delicious!" And they are. The atmosphere is very... More
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