Local spot. Got the job done. Would order again.
c.k.pizza6/19/21, 4:59 a.m.
Wet crust. Not terrible but just below average. Thin crust needs to be crispy at least a bit.
shane.leonard4/18/21, 4:42 a.m.
Absolutely highly recommend. My wife is gluten free, and let me say, I tried her pizza, and it was as good, if not better than mine. Best gf pizza anywhere in the country.
j.stev11/14/20, 12:43 a.m.
Great pie. I’m also hungry af but it’s good layer of cheese, little sweet on the sauce and firm crust
melody.pedraza8/19/20, 2:16 a.m.
Pizzas was good because it was flavorful and the crust is well done and they don’t skimp on toppings.
sammykush5/9/20, 11:34 p.m.
Basic pizza. Really not great but not bad either. Nice crust, but not great cheese or sauce. Just pretty basic.
lifesuxlol3/10/20, 8:12 p.m.
there is nothing good about this pizza. the cheese was a strange texture and the crush was as soft as an old mans cock. also no parmesan could be found.
seth.mclaughlin6/10/19, 7:14 p.m.
Solid deep dish pizza. Can be fork and knife or New York style for eating it. Not too greasy like some deep dish places. Dough is very tasty. Also had great gluten free deep dish for my sister
johnny.vazquez4/30/19, 1:21 a.m.
Above average pizza. Good cheese, sauce was a little dry (this wasn’t a fresh slice of pizza, looked like it was in the warmer for a while) crust was good. Overall a decent slide of pizza. A fun place to come with friends, they offer multiple apps. I come constantly with friend and have not been disappointed.
kevin.morrison111/4/18, 10:37 p.m.
Too cheesy for my liking. Couldn’t be more of an average slice.
brad.swarts9/1/18, 7:34 a.m.
Cheese pizza. Everyone knows the rules. Great texture of the crust, mild tomato flavor in the sauce. Not to itialiany.
pizzachicago8/27/18, 11:32 p.m.
Yes, Chicago's Pizza. Of my pizza consumption, this place probably has taken most of my money. I'm going to make a bold claim here, but I've yet to find another place to dismiss it; Chicago's is the best late night delivery pizza in Chicago. Delivery until 5AM without the doughy chain vibe. I've had their pizza at a normal dinner hour as well, and I've never not enjoyed it. I do think that if you get just cheese, it doesn't really satisfy. But if you love toppings, it makes it so much more delicious. Classic Brian goes with the pepperoni and sausage, which never disappoints. Also, a huge plus to this place is that they have the best gluten free crust in all of Chicago; another bold claim, but I've yet to have another come close. They make it by hand in-house, not like other places that limit you to frozen small sizes. Anyway, the pizza... The thin crust is a flour based crispy bottom with a soft chewy finish under the sauce, which is a savory blend (non-sweet). This is a pizza for cheese lovers. There is a more cheese to sauce ratio, but the flavor works when paired with some meat or one of my favorites with them for some odd reason, pineapple and jalapeño. If you decide to get Chicago's for dinner, don't look past their stuffed pizza. The same elements above are combined with more cheese and more dough, amazing. I've had better pizza, but Chicago's never fails to execute a fine pie. There are three locations, but are very strict about their delivery zones and make sure you tell them your address when ordering, or else they will assume it's the same one from wherever you delivered it the previous time. Next time you're not feeling a pizza by the slice or some major chain late night, remember Chicago's Pizza!