Breezy Town Pizza is another Chicago-style pizza spot from the people behind Windy City Pie. This one’s inside Clock-Out Lounge in North Beacon Hill, so while everyone else in the house is doing Monday night karaoke, you can be eating some pan-style pies with a tangy sourdough crust that has caramelized edges and toppings like crispy pepperoni and Beecher’s cheese curds. There are rotating slice specials, too (though we recommend doing a full fresh pie), and the same awesome spinach salad with candied pecans and goat cheese that Windy City Pie has. Add a side of caramel and cheesy popcorn and a cold beer, and you’ll be set.
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