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If you like your pies well done, head to Picco in the South End. The crust here is so charred you might think it came out of a Kingsford bag, but the end result is a really crispy end product that you’d gladly eat like a cracker. Order the eggplant, mushroom, swiss chard, and provolone pie topped with a miso gochujang aioli. This is the spot you bring your friends with kids, because both the parents and tiny humans will love the homemade ice cream and outdoor seating during the warmer months.

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