Italian >Pizza Chicago
Chicago Style Deep Dish!. This pizza has a great style to it. The crust is excellent and the ingredients are definately original.
A Second City pizza that is second to none..
The inventive folks at Pizz'a Chicago have done a great job naming their pizzas. Try the Great Chicago Fire, a hot mix of Italian sausage, "sport peppers," fresh garlic and sun-dried tomatoes; or the Rush Street, a meat lover's delight with pepperoni, Canadian bacon, sausage, linguica and meatballs. Hockey lovers should try the Blackhawk, named after the NHL's greatest team, which offers sausage, ricotta cheese, sweet red pepper, lemon zest, fresh oregano and cracked pepper. It's as sensational as Bobby Hull.
Don't hesitate to look beyond the pizzas here. The Ditka is a great calzone with provolone, spinach, black olives, fresh garlic, basil and pepperoncini. The Papa Bear is a hot Italian beef sandwich served with gravy for dipping. They also serve Chicago Vienna beef hot dogsthe world's best dogs.
Chi-town Pizza. The Pizza here is the best in the area. Thick crust. Almost that of real good sourdough bread. Lots of fixings . . . for meat-lovers and vegetarians. Served pipping hot, good beer . . . and great lemonade served in large jars. Beware, the place is small and fills up quickly.
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