I met my friend Caitlin here for a drink/meal after seeing the phenomenal “Cabaret” musical. We ordered a pepperoni flatbread pizza. It was certainly not flatbread, although the menu described it as such. I thought it was undercooked but otherwise liked the crust and its attempt to be a Sicilian-esque flatbread.
I went to visit top of the rock, and on my way out of rock center, passed by Harry’s, a place selling thicker square pies. I had a pepperoni slice and was pleasantly surprised. Sauce was standard, but the crust had appropriate flavor, tad salty, and the mini pepperonis were crisp and tasty. […]
On my self-run pizza tour, I hit up the famous John’s of Bleecker street. This cash-only no slices joint was unassuming with wooden tables and painted walls, with people’s names etched everywhere. I ordered a medium cheese pie. I was so delighted with the first bite that I almost polished off the whole […]
No… I’m not cool enough to create my own infographic, but “Tastes of Chicago” have those skills. These are the people that mailed all Chicagoans our pizza when we were in College. #lifesavers.
Take a look below at Deep Dish vs. Thin Crust (come on… you can only handle deep dish so many times […]