The citizens of Boston used to consider the Charles River too polluted to drink from, so people drank beer at all hours of the day instead. Talk about a fun work week. If you are employed in a place with more stringent policies, you can still enjoy some IPA at lunch at this corner pizzeria, which utilizes beer instead of water for its outstanding thin crust. The Dirty Taco pizza - with chili ground beef, sour cream, and Dorito crumbles - is the ideal complement to any sports-related festivities. Dirty Water also has another location on Newbury street.
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Napoles is a Latin and Italian restaurant in Eastie with a plane crashing into the side of the building (for whatever reason).
Luna’s Italian & Latin Cuisine
Luna’s is a restaurant in East Boston serving both Italian and Latin food.
La Fonda Colombiana
La Fonda Colombiana is a casual Colombian spot in Eastie with excellent pinto beans.
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Area Four in Kendall Square feels kind of like a cafeteria, except it has pizza and beer flights instead of overdone burgers and chocolate milk.
Brewer’s Fork is a spot in Charlestown that specializes in pizza, but also does meaty small plates.
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KO Pies At The Shipyard
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