Chicago: The Best Deep Dish Pizzas
😲 Look at the pull on that cheese pizza (our exchange student loved it)! Here's where to get the best deep dish in Chicago πŸ•!
Pizano's - 864 N. State St.
The deep dish is pretty great ...the thin crust has rave reviews, too!
Gino's East - 162 E. Superior St.
That is one thick wall of crust!
My Ο€ (pi) - 2010 N. Damen Ave.
Why My Pie? Because deep down, you'll want it all to yourself 😊
Lou Malnati's - 439 N. Wells St.
If you can only choose one place, pick Lou Malnati's. Even New Yorkers love it (and that is a high compliment)! πŸ˜‚
Giordono's - 730 N. Rush (or 815 W. Van Buren St.)
The personal deep dish pans are 6" wide with choice of up to 4 toppings. The buttery, golden, crispy, crust is in almost every bite.
Pizza Oven Grinder - 2121 N. Clark St.
The pizza is served in a bowl. The crust is light and fluffy. It's like a pizza pot pie!
Pizzaria Uno - 29 E. Ohio St. This original location is where Chicago's deep dish was invented. Go for the nostalgia, but stay for the pizza!
In case you're wondering "where's the beef?", all pizzas shown were cheese (or meatless). 😊 But meat-lover options are equally mouth watering πŸ•
TIP: There are multiple locations throughout the city and suburbs. Check their website for hours of operations, or order ahead!
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