Pretty decent pizza. The Sauce is good but they need to get a better quality cheese.
james.schweitzer12/30/20, 1:45 a.m.
Cheese is thick!! Taste is good, great sauce good crisp. Had to try the sausage on half cause it’s home made!! With sausage it’s a 7.5! That’s a review!
geoff.c3/11/20, 12:36 a.m.
Crispy crust, lots of cheese. A little salty, not fancy, but good pizza.
anthony.bellafiore3/23/19, 5:21 a.m.
Blah pizza basically came for the beer. If you come just get the beer
pizzachicago8/27/18, 11:49 p.m.
Little Angelo's is a cheese-lover's dream without sacrificing the other elements that make up a great pizza. I stopped in during my lunch to grab a slice for the first time and it was already packed and ready to go. A little apprehensive, but there were enough customers to see they knew their supply and demand with the timing. It was fresh. I got a slice of pepperoni and let me tell you, after biting into it, it was an explosion of flavors. The seasoning and ingredients were an amazing combination. It even looked like they put a layer of cheese, then a layer of pepperoni, then another layer of cheese. It was very distinct throughout the slice, which was a first for me to see an execution like that. The crust was just slightly thicker than I would consider a traditional thin. It wasn't crispy or crunchy, but was cooked perfectly for a chewy style crust. You could fold it, but resulted in trying to sandwich the cheese in between the crust, which was a bit messy. The sauce was substantial enough to balance the amount of cheese and had a lot of natural flavors. It leans more toward savory, but with just a hint of sweetness from the tomatoes. Priced at just over $4 with tax, there is enough to satisfy a pizza craving on a budget. Check them out if you're taking a lunch break, over at Allstate Arena, or just in the neighborhood. Bonus: Open late