This one is for the locals, but feel free to tell your Boston/Massachusetts friends!
Remember my friend, Jayne, who invited me to dinner at Tory Row and then Audubon Circle for a blogger meet up? Well, she offered to giveaway two tickets to the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) opening night performance (Friday, January 14th) of R. Buckminster Fuller: The History and Mystery of the Universe.
To sweeten the deal, Jayne will throw in a $40 gift certificate to Cambridge, 1., which is also in Harvard Square, so it would make a nice pre- or-post theater dinner.
All you have to do to enter is click over to the Cambridge, 1. menu and leave a comment on this post with your favorite pizza (or suggest tweaks and additions).
I’ll pick a winner tonight. Good luck!
I really like the pepperoni or sopressata, tomato, fontina, romano! But i wish the crust was a little more flavorful.
Ummmm…I think the gnocchi with sweet italian sausage, shitake mushrooms and spinach would make a pretty amazing pizza. Maybe sans gnocchi and with some jalapenos and fontina? Or who knows, maybe gnocchi would make an interesting addition to pizza…
If I had to pick one that already existed, I’d be all over the spinach, artichoke hearts et al. And I’d add mushrooms 🙂
Definitely the spinach, artichoke, chevre & roasted tomatoes….and maybe the fresh lobster, roasted shallots, mascarpone too 😉
Definitely the portobello, roasted onion, and asiago!
The number 12 is my favorite!!! Well, anything with goat cheese is.
Definitely fresh lobster, roasted shallots, mascarpone! YUM!
YUM! fresh lobster, roasted shallots, mascarpone
Wow..what a great giveaway! I love Cambridge 1..I usually ended up customizing one of their pizzas to be vegan..and it typically ends up being potato and rosemary..yum!
I’ve never been to Cambridge 1, but it’s on my list of places to go! I’m dying to try the steak, cherry tomato, and gorganzola pizza!
the grilled steak and cherry tomatoes, gorgonzola, arugula looks awesome!
The spinach and artichoke one for sure!
I’m a sucker for a good steak and gorgonzola pizza, so my vote’s for the last one on the list: grilled steak and cherry tomatoes, gorgonzola, arugula. yum!
Spinach and artichoke, without a doubt!!!
I would totally step out and do the Maine Lobster, corn, scallion, parm and lemon butter….glimpses of summertime!
I’m a sucker for all things mushroom — so the portobello / onion variety (#4) stood out.
Mmm they all look great but I think I would go with the spinach, artichoke hearts, chevre, slow roasted tomatoes pizza!
Hmmm I think I would step outside my comfort zone and order the the fresh lobster, roasted shallots, mascarpone pizza! Or maybe create my own?!?!?
What a great giveaway!
Love love love a date night that includes theatre and dinner! My husband and I would enjoy the italian sausage, ricotta, tomato, fontina pizza especially!
Ohhh! #5 the Potato pizza is the best thing ever. I also love their bibb lettuce salad. So yummy!
A.R.T. puts on amazing performances! Sleep No More was an experience that I will never forget.
#12! I LOVE spinach!
I have been dying to try cambridge 1! I hear the food there is awesome. I think if i went I would get the arugula and cheese pizza with some balsalmic.
#1 tomato and garlic combo is the best!
Potato, fontina, parmigiano, romano, rosemary, garlic — sounds good to me!
Oh, I would go for the number one pizza but add some spinach and broccoli to it. It sounds like it would pair nicely with a glass of Pinot Noir or a wheat beer. :0) They have a few I would love to try!
I’m a sucker for lobstahhhhh
“fresh lobster, roasted shallots, mascarpone”
Hope I’m not too late to enter!! I’ve never been to Cambridge 1, but if I win, I’ll probably go for the spinach, artichoke hearts, chevre, slow roasted tomatoes… sounds so delicious!
grilled steak and cherry tomatoes, gorgonzola, arugula sounds great!
Mmmm, they all sound so yummy, I don’t know what to pick! Since I’m a vegetarian, and obsessed with anything veggie, numbers 3-5 interest me the most. If I had to choose, it would be number three. Fontina cheese, delish!
grilled steak, cherry tomatoes, gorgonzola and arugula
or maybe the fresh lobster, roasted shallots and mascarpone….
Decisions, decisions! I would love to drive down from NH for the evening and decide. What a fun giveaway! Thanks!
The menu looks amazing but I think I would choose pizza #2 with portabello and onion. So yummy!
Scott is a number 8 and Katie would love number 6. I am entering for my daughter and son-in-law who live in Somerville. Pizza is a fav of theirs. Both are from CA and Scott states he can’t find a good pizza he likes. This might do it!!
Lobster pizza please!!! Holy yum! 😀
Lobster pizza! Sounds perfect to me! A little salty and sweet delicious!
I think good ole number 1 sounds delicious. Plain and simple. The arugula pie seems pretty tasty.
I LOVE Cambridge One’s potato pizza. It is incredibly, sinfully good- puffy clouds of potatoes on pizza? Sign me up!
Lobster pizza most definitely but I’d add on some spinach and artichokes – sounds delicious:)
the portobello, roasted onion and asiago!
The potato pizza is my favorite!
I spent way too much time debating! I would definitely want to try number one….I might have to add some sausage though! I have seen Cambridge I everywhere but have not yet tried!
Lobster, shallots and marscarpone- yumm!
fresh lobster, roasted shallots, mascarpone!
The spinach and artichoke pizza sounds awesome! I think it was #12 on the menu. Cambridge would be a nice change of pace. I usually end up getting the same pizza from local place in South Boston.
The the portobello, roasted onion, and asiago looks delish 🙂
Wow.. it would be easier to pick the ONE I wouldn’t eat! LOL
I think if I had to choose I’d go for the #5 potato, fontina, parmigiano, romano, rosemary, garlic pizza but I’ll confess there’s only 1 or 2 on there that didn’t appeal to me!
BTW…. I’m not local.. so can’t win… but I’ll drool anyways! LOL
#1 with Arugla on top. Simple but classic, and never lets me down!
I know I’m late to this post, but just trying to get caught up on my blog reading.
I think it’s great that you took the time to go the snail mail route anyway. I don’t want to come off as offensive for generalizing too much, but at least in my experience, a lot of the older generations are going to respond better this way. Many of them aren’t necessarily going to read your blog or live near enough and run in the same circles you do for your other fundraisers. A letter in the mail, though? It’s so easy to just write a check and help out anyway.