Home Run Inn3215 North Sheffield Ave., Chicago, IL 60657
Continuing the Tradition. Home Run Inn pizzas are made from our original family recipe created in 1947 by Mary Grittani and Nick Perrino. We take great pride in serving the highest quality products to our customers. Home Run Inn pizzas are made with all-natural ingredients. We never compromise our quality with preservatives.
Harry Caray's Italian Steakhouse, Chicago33 W. Kinzie St., Chicago, IL 60654
Named “Best Steakhouse in Chicago” by the Chicago Tribune Dining Poll, Harry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse attracts fans of steak…and sports. Harry Caray was a radio and television sportscaster who covered five major league baseball teams and spent the last sixteen years of his career broadcasting for the Chicago Cubs. Before that, he called games for the Chicago White Sox, and it was at old Comiskey Park that that he inaugurated the singing of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” during the seventh inning stretch.
Pizano's Pizza2106 S. Indiana, Chicago, IL 60616
I opened Pizano’s in 1991 and this legacy is our foundation. I learned about pizza from my father with that knowledge developed our now famous thin crust pizza that Oprah has called "her favorite" and the USA Today listed as top 10 in the Nation. We feature great food steeped in Italian tradition, skillfully prepared from the highest quality ingredients, and served in an inviting atmosphere in which to celebrate friendship and family.
The former late-night pizza hang is now situated in the Chicago French Market. Santullo's, which used to be in Bucktown/Wicker Park, is best known for its New York-style pizza sold by the slice.
Gino's East - River North
Grafitti-covered, tourist-filled flagship location of a venerable Chicago pizza chain known for its deep-dish pizzas
Aurelio's Pizza of Homewood
The original, family-owned flagship location of this now six-state chain opened in 1959. The dining room features stained glass, a raised-floor gazebo
...Apart serves awesome thin crust pizza – perhaps the best in Chicago – Chicago Tribune
Stella Barra Chicago
Stella Barra is a California-based eatery specializing in seasonal, locally derived artisan pizzas and plates.
Paulie Gee's Logan Square
The Logan Square location for Paulie Gee's is one of four outposts for the small chain; it's also in Baltimore, Md.; Columbus, Ohio; and Brooklyn.
Frasca Pizza and Wine Bar
The casually upscale pizza lounge in Lakeview offers Neapolitan-inspired pies as well as a well-curated list of wines by the glass and bottle. Frasca Pizza and Wine Bar is from the team behind such popular North Side destinations as Crosby's Kitchen, Ella Elli, The Smoke Daddy and Tuco & Blondie.
The Creation of Spacca Napoli: Spacca Napoli came out of Jonathan Goldsmith’s profound love for Italy, a cherished place that he, partner Ginny Sykes and daughter Sarah have considered a second home for many years.
Lou Malnati's Pizzeria
Lou Malnati's is considered the oldest and most prominent family name in Chicago's pizza. Lou Malnati got his start in the 1940s working in Chicago's first deep-dish pizzeria. He took that expertise to Lincolnwood, a northern suburb of Chicago
Robert's Pizza Company
Roberts Pizza Company,located in the Streeterville neighborhood, situated in the heart of the downtown Chicago, serves up thin-crust, artisanal pies featuring fresh and unique ingredients.
Cannot make up your mind on which type of pizza you want, but you want to indulge in several varieties? Your first stop should be Bonci USA, the very first outpost in the United States from the famed Roman pizza maker.
Parkers' Restaurant & Bar
At Parkers’ call it gourmet comfort, we dish up sumptuous cuisine and serve it in an atmosphere that is free of pretension and loaded with ease. Dine with us for lunch or dinner and you’ll find the west side’s most compelling selection of
Flour & Stone
Brooklyn-style pizzas arrive in Streeterville. The thin-crust pies include Margherita,
Roberto's Ristorante & Pizzeria
Pizzas, authentic Italian cuisine and seafood are the specialties at Roberto's.
Edwardo's Natural Pizza
Don't let "natural" put you off — this is great pizza! Arguably the best stuffed pizza in Chicagoland.
Bacino's of Lincoln Park
The first Bacino’s opened in Lincoln Park more than 40 years ago by Dan Bacin. Still considered a treasure in Chicago, it was one of the first pizza joints in the city to use only the freshest and highest quality ingredients, including fresh mozzarella, fresh vegetables and even sauce from scratch.
With two locations in West Town and Lakeview, Coalfire serves an American spin on traditional Neapolitan-style pizza. Its signature: a thin crust emerging slightly charred and bubbly from an 800-degree oven fueled by clean burning coal.
Roots Handmade Pizza
The guys behind The Fifty/50 open their second restaurant in the same neighborhood. This time the specialty is Quad Cities-style hand-tossed pizza that utilizes simple, high-quality ingredients.
At thirteen, Vince was determined to figure out how his favorite pizza was made so he got a job in that pizzeria. He was hooked. He spent the next ten years developing his skills in kitchens around Chicago.
Vito & Nick's Pizzeria
Founder Vito Barraco opened Vito's Tavern at 80th and Halsted in 1932. Known today for the cracker-crust pizzas they have been making since 1949,
Forno Rosso Pizzeria Napoletana
Forno Rosso, in the West Loop, brings traditional Vera Pizza Napoletana to the trendy neighborhood. Its red oven, or Forno Rosso, was made by artisan oven makers in Napoli, Italy, and is hand crafted using the highest quality materials to assure heat retention up to 1000 F.
Adjacent to Chicago Symphony Center and across the street from the Art Institute, Tesori highlights Mediterranean cuisine with a strong focus on Italian ingredients and French technique.
The tiny restaurant is so small that customers must call in for their orders if they expect to be served. Burt's Place, located in Morton Grove, is a neighborhood treasure with fans from all over for its signature pies.
Pizzeria Via Stato
Located in front of Osteria Via Stato, this Lettuce Entertain You pizzeria offers thin-crust, Roman-style pizzas with artisanal ingredients, such as housemade sausage
Lakeview pizza joint serves thin crust specialties including sausage and peppers, margherita con carne and the "Meat Your Heart Out,"
"It was originally established in 1950 at 3114 N. Sheffield Ave. by my father, Nick Pianetto, Sr. My name is Nick. My son's name is Nick. My nephew's name is Nick. My grandson's name is Nick. My nephew's son's name is Nick, and my dog's name is Nikko."
Pequod's Pizza (Chicago)
Known for its caramelized-cheese-crust pan pizzas, Pequod's is popular with DePaul students and Webster Place movie goers.
Pizano's Pizza & Pasta - Loop
Rudy Malnati Jr. continues his father's legacy in Chicago with Pizano's Pizza & Pasta, which he opened in 1991 with Rudy Malnati Sr.'s original recipe. The restaurant chain specializes in a signature thin-crust pizza as well as deep-dish pies.