Figs

Pizza
$ $
42 Charles St
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 742-3447
Monday
12:00pm - 10:30pm
Tuesday
12:00pm - 10:30pm
Wednesday
12:00pm - 11:00pm
Thursday
12:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday
12:00pm - 11:00pm
Saturday
12:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Fig and prosciutto - everyone else has already said it, but it is truly phenomenal.
  • Fig & prosciutto is drool-worthy
  • Eat at least two baskets of the bread!
  • Fig and prosciutto an ingenious combination. Don't be afraid.
  • Order for take out unless you like really loud shitty dance music from the 00s'
  • Read the tips about fig and prosciutto pizza and seriously WOW. Get it.
  • as others have said, fig and prosciutto is amazing. beware that the bianco is fresh salad on top of pizza...
  • Serving unique pizzas; think "fig and prosciutto," or the fried calimari pie. On game day, go for their Red Sox pizza. Also, the onion bread they serve is so good it's hard not to eat a whole loaf.
  • The fig and prosciutto pizza will rock your socks off, EVEN if you don't like figs! (I definitely don't. Except on this pizza.)
  • Omg so cheap. Fig and prosciutto. Nothing comes close.
  • Pizza's are a must, especially the Spicy Shrimp, but don't overlook the Bibb Salad - it's great.
  • Amazing food, terrible service. Spicy shrimp or crispy eggplant pizza are by far the best.
  • Get a half and half pizza! More flavors, more fun.
  • Really good thin crust pizza. Make it a Red Sox!
  • 1/2 Fig pizza and 1/2 eggplant pizza...the BEST!!
  • The white chocolate challah bread pudding is amazing.
  • 1/2 Prosciutto, 1/2 Red Sox.
  • Had the pesto/chicken Panini - it was definitely enough for two people to share. Really affordable and delicious!
  • fig + prosciutto = game changing 'za.
  • Great food but don't come here if you're looking for air conditioning or for your clothes not to be soiled by wait staff spilling things (it happened twice w no apology)!

Nearby places

150 Charles St (btwn Cambridge & Revere St)
Tremont St (btwn Beacon & Charles St)
9 Arlington St (btwn Beacon & Boylston St)