The Life of Pie

Where to get pizza for breakfast

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ive music, pleasant atmosphere, excellent food, and local art. The Dogwood Café is not your typical neighborhood pizza dive. On the weekends, Dogwood has a brunch menu from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. that even offers breakfast pizzas. It’s the epitome of local: The menu borrows names from trees in the Arnold Arboretum, and the café wall showcases local (and nonlocal) artwork, while acoustic musicians play on Friday and Saturday evenings. The staff is friendly and welcoming, just what you’d expect from a local favorite. Thornton

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The Arnold Arboretum is owned by the city, which built the roads and trails, and leased to Harvard for $1 a year for 1,000 years under a deal formalized in 1883 after eight contentious years of negotiation. In return, Harvard is required to keep the property open to the public.

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