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No cheers in Allston as Bravo Pizza shuts down

Boston Restaurant Talk reports that Bravo Pizza, 160 Brighton Ave., has exited stage left and won't be coming back for an encore.

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Best Pizza in Allston hands down. What would have caused this? No notice? Can't even go for a last slice? DAMMIT!!

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noooooooo!

I would go there anytime I was seeing a show at Harpers Ferry/Brighton Music Hall, or often I'd walk up from a Great Scott show, or O'Briens. ugh this stinks.

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What could have made this happen so suddenly? I still have their leftovers in my fridge!

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Bravo's 2 slices of Sicilian and a coke for $5.50 was a neighborhood staple. This is truly a dark day in Allston.

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Health-board shutdowns aren't permanent - think Cleveland Circle Chipotle. And, besides, the answered all the violations originally found.

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Fall in love with something there, it goes away. Back in the day (waaaaayyyy back in the day) there was a cajun fried chicken place that I adored. It then turned into a burrito place as I recall.

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I had forgotten the cajun chicken place. It switched to Big Burrito right around the time I moved to Allston and fed me and my roommates on a regular basis for the next several years. Big Burrito, boy, now there was truth in advertising.

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Go to Pino's in Cleveland Circle. Same exact pizza. In fact if I recall correctly, I discovered this back in the day my roommate called Pino's to plead with them to deliver a pizza, and they were like "dudes, go to Bravo, same exact pizza", and thus a love was born.

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Pino's is great.

Rumor has it that brookline native Conan O'Brien visits whenever he's in town.

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Their pizza tasted like cardboard. Their best feature was being open late. Edible only by drunks.

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