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Pizano’s Pizza & Pasta – Loop
The Malnati name is considered one of the oldest in deep dish pizza history, owned by Rudy Malnati Jr. Pizano’s serves up a winner in both his thin crust and deep dish.
Piece Brewery & Pizzeria – Wicker Park
Piece brings a taste of New Haven to Chicago in the super trendy neighborhood of Wicker Park. Using a massive carousel oven and baking the ultra chewy pies at 650 helps this place stand out in a city of deep dish and tavern style.
Coalfire – West Town
Cooking in Chicago’s original coal burning oven at temps over 800 degrees makes this place stand out. The crispy/chewy pizza is rarely found, but in West Town that is exactly what is waiting for you.
Pizzeria Serio -Lakeview
Tucked away in Lakeview is Pizzeria Serio. Our best description of their pies are the result of the evolution of pizza from Italy. As waves of Italian immigrants brought their old world recipe with them, in America it became bit more solid and crispy than the Neapolitan but with definite roots.
Exchequer – Loop
Bearing the name of an English pub and the history of an Italian speakeasy, naturally Exchequer is known to serve one of the best deep dish pizzas. Enjoy Chicago style in this Tribune documented Al Capone joint with amazing history.
Pequod’s – Lincoln Park
Steps from DePaul’s campus in the “Clybourn Corridor” lies one of the most unique deep dish pan pies. Pequod’s captures the sweet sauce, bread dough and a caramelized crust. Popular with the locals since 1971 or 1970, we’ll let you try and figure that argument out.
Bacino’s – Lincoln Park
Since 1978 Bacino’s has been serving their stuffed pizza making them one of the oldest purveyors of the style. This massive pie may be one of the largest, and tastiest in Chicago.
Macello’s – Fulton Market
The great thing about Chicago’s pizza scene is that we have so many classic Chicago-style pizza joints mixed in with Italian pizzerias. While many Neapolitan places are popping up across the country, I’ve yet to hear of places featuring pizzas from the Puglia region. Macello’s brings the flavor of that region alive in the Fulton Market.
Italian Fiesta – Hyde Park
It’s not every day you get to taste presidential approved pizza. Visit the pizza the Obamas call their favorite and hear how these pizzas made it all the way to Washington D.C.
Flo & Santo’s – South Loop
I had been searching high and low for pizza downtown that reminds me of “southside pizza” and low and behold it pops up in the South Loop, my own neighborhood of all places.
Spacca Napoli – Ravenswood
In the Ravenswood neighborhood, pizza faithful to the authentic Neapolitan style can be found. Owned by Jonathan Goldsmith, Spacca Napoli pays tribute to a place Jonathan and his family consider a second home, Naples. Sometimes a trip to Ravenswood can feel like a trip to Italy.