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n a student neighborhood crowded with pizza joints, the one that pretty much keeps to itself is the neighborhood staple with huge slices of great New York-style pizza, cheap: T. Anthony’s, hidden for 30 years behind its no-frills facade across from the Paradise Rock Club. Another secret: This place serves breakfast, subs, and pastas, and great munchie-beating mozzarella sticks till 2 a.m. The authentic Gotham pies come with New York-style attitude. Hey, if you don’t wan’ any, donworryaboudit. But if you want good pizza, cheap, they got it. Montorio
Packard’s Corner is named for a onetime Packard dealership opened there in 1909 by Alvan T. Fuller, a congressman and entrepreneur who also ran a Cadillac dealership nearby.
Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Sunday, 8 a.m. to 2 a.m.
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