About Labriola Bakery & Cafe
954 Yelp Reviews
anthony.raffaele10/28/20, 9:40 p.m.
Very crispy thin crust with cheese n sauce with v good flavor!!!
omar.judeh2/25/20, 12:52 a.m.
Really heavy slice. Bread is thick but good and the cheese has a certain blend to it that gives it a funky taste. One thing I like about this pizza is you can taste the layers. The bread has a taste, the sauce has a taste as well as the bread. The after taste on it is holding it back from getting a higher score
ianshippy6/26/19, 12:38 a.m.
Floppy... Flavorful but nothing to write home about Artisan Salsiccia
38slugs1/22/19, 4:51 p.m.
Really enjoyed the light fluffy crust for being a deep dish pie. Worthy! ZaZaZa
cj.miller112/28/18, 7:40 p.m.
I did the deep dish and it is pretty good, the crust has Burnt cheese on it, the mozzarella on the pizza itself is ozzing everywhere it’s so much. The sauce has little flavor though and there is a Panko or something on the bottom of the crust. When I went there was a lot of different type of people not the 3 like some other reviewer said. Overall this is a solid place and better than Lou’s in my option
louis.mazza10/24/18, 6:06 p.m.
Too wet near the center because of tomato sauce. If it was as crispy in the center as the outer part was it would be higher rated.
the.rules10/17/18, 7:16 p.m.
Quality ingredients and tasty pizza with a crispy crust, but huge flop. Pizza was under cooked and ingredients dropped off the pizza. I’d come back but I’d ask for my pizza more well done. They also messed up my order and forgot to make my pizza so the pizza may have been rushed.
pizzachicago9/24/18, 5:19 p.m.
This place is everything you hate about the Illinois suburbs. It has 3 extremes in customers: corporate yuppies who skipped Chipotle today to get something different, retirees who belong to the nearest country club, and stay-at-home moms who are having a girl’s lunch with their 8 bratty kids. I’m not hating it, but the stereotypes ring true here. Anyway, it’s a good spot. They have grandma style square slices ready to go, or you can get a one-size only artisan/Neapolitan pizza. I went with the latter. They make everything fresh and you can watch from your table as there is a mirror above the prep station. It’s cooked in a true wood fire oven. As Pres would say, it’s more fancy pizza than football pizza. However, I like that it actually has flavor. It’s not crispy except for the crust, so it has a doughy bite even though it’s pretty thin. There’s not a lot of sauce but the flavor makes up for it. Plenty of cheese too. The pizzas are about 12 inches, so I crushed it pretty easily. Overall, it’s a good lunch spot because the pizza usually comes out within 10 minutes. However, if you get here after noon, the line is to the door. Bonus: the rest of the menu is good too, like their pasta.