Liked the crust texture and flop. Pretty solid.
delpc3310/28/20, 2:29 a.m.
So freakin good. Thin, crispy, quality ingredients, make sure to always ask for pie cut, well done.
sam.tschetter5/4/20, 12:30 a.m.
I went into Angelo's blindly and I was not disappointed! The pizza had a great taste a nice, light, flavorful sauce, flaky, and yet crispy crust and was an overall excellent pizza! It was actually floppy and crispy at the same time (probably should've let it cool longer). I didn't dine in so I can't judge the restaurant itself. It was one of the best pizzas I've had in awhile. I was stumped between a 7.9 and an 8.1 because I didn't want to give it the amateur score of an 8 plus I was in a good mood so here we are at an 8.1! I personally had a thin crust pizza so I'm not sure if they do a deeper, more traditional Chicago deep dish. It's worth driving for if it's not too far out of the way. I'd definitely recommend it if you're in the area!
luke.bancroft110/21/19, 12:37 a.m.
Solid pizza. Thin crust is very comparable to giordanos. I’ll have to try out the pan pizza.
tyler.galban10/20/19, 11:35 p.m.
Alright Frankie, we got ourselves a lie here. This pizza is some of the best pizza I’ve had around this area. No flop, ultra thing crust, sweet sauce, sold cheese. This right here is true chicago thin crust, As I consume this pizza the bears are currently losing and trubisky is sucking ass but I don’t even mind because this pizza is so good.
jma10878/20/19, 11:36 p.m.
Thin crust. Good sauce, crispy crust. Definitely my favorite pizza in Downers Grove
2tallmrj046/14/19, 2:51 a.m.
Love coming here with my family. Great thin crust pizza with just enough sauce. Owners are very nice and friendly. Reminds me of my grandfathers pizza when they had their restaurant 💚❤️💯
marinaramonsta5/28/19, 10:26 p.m.
Great thin crust. Reminds me of a chicago classic Vito and nicks. Pizza melts in your mouth with a light sauce. I’m happy to have tried here
pizzachicago11/4/18, 10:12 p.m.
After last night’s poor experience in the city, I had to get redemption today in the suburbs. We got Angelo’s and it did not disappoint. This place is located in the heart of downtown Downer’s Grove, so you know it has to be good to survive, especially that two popular chains are nearby. I got the thin crust and it leaned heavily toward super thin and crunchy tavern style. What makes this pizza is the sauce. It is more savory, but light and flavorful. Also, the sausage really stood out to add a nice texture to the slice with a juicy and Italian seasoned sweetness to the bite. The slices aren’t too filling, so err on the sign of caution and order a size up, but prices are pretty reasonable. I’m definitely going to add Angelo’s to the rotation. Bonus: they have a pretty nice patio space that I’ll be checking out next summer when the weather changes.