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Regina Pizzeria Restaurant Review: Stay away from the mall franchises --- the original Regina Pizzeria, wedged into a corner on a residential side-street away from the bustle of the commercial North End, is home to some of the best pizza in greater Boston, if not all of New England. At 87 years and counting, it's a genuinely old-school joint, filled with wooden booths, photos of local luminaries and tough-as-nails waitresses who serve nothing but pizza, soda, beer and wine. As for the pies themselves, the crust is crunchy-chewy perfection and the sauce is judiciously light and tangy. Robust house-made sausage makes the white St. Anthony's our guilty favorite; on the slightly healthier side, the Spinaci e Broccoli is a winner. At any rate, it's the rare pie that falls below the high expectations we've come to set for it. Long live the Queen.