Pizz’A Chicago

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Pizz'A Chicago
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Joey P (from Google)
Joey P (from Google)
1 year ago
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Love the pizza. Best in the bay. Navy pier is my favourite. ⚓️⚓️⚓️

Rebecca Hassinger (from Google)
Rebecca Hassinger (from Google)
1 year ago
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In fairness, I’ve never eaten in-house or even set foot in the place, but I’ve been ordering take-out/delivery from here for years and their pizza is rad. THICK deep dish with good quality toppings. Not greasy and they’ve got about 15 vegetarian options on their menu, opening up a ton of options for my family.

Andy Stevens (from Google)
Andy Stevens (from Google)
1 year ago
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Great pizza and cold beer, what more could you ask for

Nazma Shaik (from Google)
Nazma Shaik (from Google)
1 year ago
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New pizza place found in santa clara.Amazing deep dish wish chicken wings of fresh produce made from scratch. Handmade ranch.

D Patrick (from Google)
D Patrick (from Google)
1 year ago
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Ordered a Great Chicago Fire. Except for the cheese, there was less sausage, peppers and cilantro on it than in the past. Also the crust is different than a true deep dish. As a cheese pizza, it was excellent. As a “Fire” not so hot. I will not be ordering pizza from them again (after 20 years). Makes me sad.

Alina Adams (from Google)
Alina Adams (from Google)
1 year ago
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Diverse menu, great customer service.

Bill Rehbock (from Google)
Bill Rehbock (from Google)
1 year ago
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The pizza is great, though there isn’t really much pizza in Chicago like it. I had pizza once in Oak Park that was similar. It’s a pan pizza that winds up with sort of a fried crust. The sauce is very good, with ample tomato bits. Their garlic bread with cheese is served with a good marinara and I recommend that, too. Sorry, but I do not recommend their beef sandwiches. They in no way resemble a Chicago Italian Beef sandwich. The beef seems more like a Steak-Um, which is very disappointing.

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