|Pinocchio's Pizza & Subs|
Pinocchio's Pizza & Subs in Harvard Square
|Current owner(s)||Adam DiCenso|
|Food type||Sicilian pizza|
|Street address||74 Winthrop Street|
Pinocchio's Pizza & Subs, known locally as Noch's, is a famous Sicilian pizzeria in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It is among the older establishments still in existence in Harvard Square and a popular restaurant among Harvard students.
Pinocchio's was founded in 1966 and moved to its current location on Winthrop Street in 1983. The walls of the restaurant include pictures of famous or frequent diners, including Mark Zuckerberg and members of the 1989 National Champion Harvard men's hockey team.
Starting in the 1970s and continuing through the '80s, '90s, and early 2000s, Harvard Square experienced significant gentrification. Although a number of other long-standing and iconic restaurants, including Tommy's Lunch, Joe's Pizza, and The Tasty closed during that time, Pinocchio's remains in business as a popular lunch, dinner, and late-night option near the Harvard College campus.
As a function of its status as a popular eatery for Harvard students, it is frequently mentioned in media, television, and film and is a regular stomping ground for celebrities visiting Harvard Square.
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Pinocchio's Pizza in Cambridge hasn't changed since I was a kid. Still fantastic.Missing or empty
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