Boston Restaurant Talk reports the owners of Peace o' Pie are trying for new digs somewhere nearby, maybe Brookline.
Ugh...please keep that place out of Brookline. I've tasted Styrofoam with more flavor than their 'pizza.'
The pizza was pretty bad and it was expensive. I don't live near there anymore but I think they should put in something serving Indian food.
but the prices were pretty steep. Always sad to see a successful, well-liked small business close up shop, though.
Yeah, I was actually pleasantly surprised by the pizza, which was way, way better than the pizza that TJ's served before. But here's the thing: I went there all of once. That place is basically right across the street from me, and I went there just once. Just too expensive. I recall it being nearly $5 for a slice, and that just ain't cuttin' it. I will be intensely curious to see what goes into this space though. Hopefully it stays food-oriented and doesn't end up as another hair and/or nail place.
Maybe that corner of Allston will finally get a decent coffee shop. There are already tons of restaurants and stuff around there but nowhere closer than packards corner to get a good espresso.
#1: You don't like Refuge?
#2: Where at Packards Corner is there a coffee shop with good espresso?