Solid Deep Dish In NYC. Doesn’t Compare To Lou Malanatis in Chicago Though! Not even close!
enrique.ripley4/9/21, 6:08 p.m.
Major league Chicago style pie here. Sauce and cheese are spectacular, crust crunch. This place also has amazing beer selection.
kayur.vyas11/22/19, 11:33 p.m.
Went in with high standards, came out disappointed. Never tried Chicago style before this place but dull tasting sauce and the pizza was cold. Very underwhelming flavors, cheese was good, crust was crispy, bland sauce
nickfromwhitestone9/21/19, 12:36 p.m.
This is really good deep dish. I’m a bit biased because I enjoy sauce on top of the pie. I’ve had pequods and Lou malnatis and this deep dish can hang with the Chicago pies.
grant.bateman6/19/19, 1:53 a.m.
Wait a second?! Am I in the South Loop? Nah Player, I’m in Manhattan. This pizza is a great embodiment of what Chicago-style pizza should be in New York. While the slice was certified thick, it was certainly not overwhelming. The cheese:sauce ratio was remarkable, and overall a great slice. You know I’m a big ambiance guy, and the environment of this place was welcoming and entertaining. Ultimately, this pizza could go toe-to-toe with any joint in the Windy City.
clearyrolls5/20/19, 11:11 p.m.
Excellent thin crust pizza. Flavor was awesome. They make you wait til it cools to eat it, which sucks. I wanna get burnt
toomuchrice1/25/19, 6:19 p.m.
Great tomato sauce, cheese is good, and dough is full of flavor. Also nice and crispy. Fundamentally against sauce over cheese though.
motorboatinsob12/24/18, 10:20 p.m.
Amazing Chicago deep dish in NYC. Solid in every area of the pizza spectrum.
eric.lovett12/3/18, 11:57 a.m.
Great deep dish slice. Crust was buttery but not the point of being annoying. The thin crust Big Red had a more flavorful sauce than the deep dish. Overall, 8.1.