Loose cheese have to pinch to hold on. Decent crust and sauce.
thekingofpi3/22/19, 12:00 a.m.
This place is hit or miss. It’s been mostly miss as of late. Last time we asked for pie cut and didn’t get it. They even wrote “PIE CUT BITCH!!!!” On the receipt and our young one thought it was funny. The quality of pizza though, isn’t funny. The pizza was sloppy and flopping around and that’s square cut. I think we’re done here. Much better options in the area. This place gets a 2 point deduction for having Gelsosomo’s and Bullpen but it’s the same thing.
pizzachicago8/27/18, 11:43 p.m.
I grew up going to Zuni's in Schererville to get their pizza after sporting events so it has a nostalgia to it. Dante's is run by the same family and when I was driving past the other day, I had to order some pizza. The pizza was just how I remembered it. The crust is thin and very crispy. You get a nice crunch when you bite into it, but its not as thin as a cracker; you get an ample amount of foundation. The sauce is nice and light in the amount they use and the flavor (as in it's not over-powered with seasonings). The sauce really allows the toppings to shine for the pizza. Sausage is chunky and arranged uniformly across the pizza. It has a unique seasoning that is memorably satisfying to Dante's. Pepperoni has a great flavor and dispersed equally across the pizza as well. I really love how the cheese is cooked. It is not overly browned, but cooked evenly from the top through to the meats. You don't get a crispy top layer and under-cooked underneath. With all the ingredients and cheese, this pizza has a lot of texture. It's not flat pizza. I really enjoy that I can get different bites to really taste the flavors of the sauce, sausage, pepperoni, and cheese. Dante's has pretty awesome lunch and daily specials as well, so check them out!