It is true: you have to line up to get in. We waited 40 minutes. It is a crazy thing to do of pizza, but once you taste it, you'll understand. The place is small and the staff are run off their feet, so when you get to the front of the line they tell you where you are going to sit.
The pizza crust is thin and super crisp. The toppings are delicious! They also offer a garlic and chili oil which you can drizzle over your pizza to add more zing.
I didn't think the staff were rude at all, as some commenters have suggested. They're extremely busy and despite being overworked, I found them to be quite nice.
The next time I'm in Boston, I'm setting aside an evening for Regina's perfect pizza.
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