Frank Pepe knew way back in 1925, that only coal burns hot and dry and doesn't give off steam like wood-fueled fires, making it the ideal choice for firing pizzas. After some experimentation, Pepe settled on the perfect combination of the right temperature and ingredients to make his famous crisp, chewy and slightly charred pizzas. Fast forward a whole bunch of years to today, to Pepe's Pizza, a place that uses the same original recipes and coal-fired ovens to create pizzas that diners are raving about. And now, with more locations than ever before, including this popular spot in Chestnut Hill, you can get your hands on a scrumptious pizza. Try a specialty pie like the spinach, mushroom & gorgonzola or the white clam pizza topped with tender clams and a white sauce. You can also build your own pizza masterpiece from the crust up. Salami, shrimp, fresh garlic, daily-roasted red peppers, a variety of cheeses and more are all available to build the pizza of your dreams. To go with your pizza, ask about the beers on tap, or sip on a glass of wine. With pizzas that have withstood the tests of time, do your taste buds a favor and try the best of the best--check out Pepe's Pizza today!