Crust and sauce pretty good overall. Open later not bad for thin crust double dough
vito.pagliuca12/26/20, 3:41 a.m.
Good sauce and cheese. Wasn’t a fan of the crust though, a little bland.
frannylopez5/1/20, 9:37 p.m.
A true Chicago takeout delivery pizza. From the package to the first bite, Benny’s pizza certainly delivers every bits. While the crust may be sharp enough to cut the roof of my mouth, the warm melted cheese and sauce make up for it. If you’re on 18th street, feel free to skip Pizza Nova right to Benny’s.
trey.holcomb12/15/19, 1:51 a.m.
To call this lunch room pizza would be an insult to lunch room pizza.
franco.villarreal2/1/19, 12:06 a.m.
Grew up eating this pizza I may be a little bias but it is delicious and always consistently good. Too bad there is not a blend of cheeses here to enhance the flavors.
pizzachicago12/18/18, 10:02 p.m.
You know what this is? This is a blue collar pizza. A working man’s pizza. No bull. Delivery handed the box and it was heavy. I’d 100% pick this up after a long day at work. Eat until I’m sleepy and pass out on the couch. It’s filling. As you can see though, I got a thin crust. This is my second pizza from the Pilsen neighborhood and they’re very similar. Is it a Pilsen thing? No idea. I don’t claim to be a Chicagoan at heart. The cheese slid a little during delivery but no harm. I was able to still pull the slices intact. With that though, holy cheese. Lots of it. The cheese was thicker than the crust, but you could taste it was quality. Crust was cooked well. No crunch, but still solid. You got a doughy finish though after the bite. Sausage was classic. Sauce was savory classic. Pepperoni was pepperoni. You know, just a solid pie. Nothing too apart setting. I had good flavor despite some execution challenges that made it a bit messy. Overall, yeah it’s a good spot for a thiccer thin crust. No real complaints