Westin O’hare Pizza- Rosemont, IL

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I was in Rosemont for company training and the Westin O’hare catered our lunch. At first I was wondering who the pizzeria was because the pies were packed into pizza boxes. In fact, all pizzas were homemade by the Westin chef. The style attempted to mimic a Giordano’s pie with fluffly crust and cheese topping, but it fell short. The cheese was congealed in a weird way, and the crust was not something I wanted to savor when I reached the end of the slice. A bit too dry and flavorless. Not the best representation of Chicago pizza for my new coworkers, but still impressive for the hotel to make them. Continue reading Westin O’hare Pizza- Rosemont, IL

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