The best pizza outside of Boston and a great dining experience. When I want to dine like I'm in Naples Italy this is the only place I go that makes me feel like home. Bravo.
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I went to Charcoal Guidos with two friends after I saw a like on Facebook and pictures of the food presentations.All three of us loved it and can't wait to go back.Great food, nice atmosphere,good prices. Fantastic homemade sausage as an app, I had Vegetable...More
Had a fantastic meal at Charcoal Guido's in Waltham---lovely ambiance, good service, amazing food. We shared the White Devil pizza, salad, and the dessert trio and left full and satisfied. A favorite restaurant on Moody Street and if you want to have an authentic Italian...More
My wife and I travel from NH to Charcoal Guido's for their wonderful food, atmosphere and staff. Everything we have had from the homemade sausage, Steak, pizza, risotto and the cannolis (homemade and so darn good) have all been excellent. The owner (Carl) even remembered...More
Finding an Italian restaurant that matches the needs of pickie adult foodies and picky kids is a constant challenge. Charcoal Guido meets that need with high quality, grownup Italian food (and a great winelist) for the grownups as well as crispy pizzas and yummy pastas...More
This restaurant is really fun, with exciting music, lots of people, and amazing food! I ordered the burrata pizza and my boyfriend ordered the sausage pizza, and both of us were so happy with our choice. So happy we went, and definitely will be back!
Met family for a nice Saturday lunch out. We had mussels and an arugula salad with parm cheese. What a healthy lunch - just perfect. Great menu to choose from. Service with very good - not crowed so you can relax and enjoy the company...More
The food was fantastic there were seven of us dining food came out piping hot every dish was served to the right person.The only reason I didn't give them a 5 was because of the noise level.All the meals were cooked to order the pasta...More
I first stopped into Guido's about a little over a year ago and I have to say it is my favorite restaurant in the area that I frequently come back to. EVERYTHING is made in house, from their sauces to all of their pasta's. The...More