decent, crust could be a little better but i definitely enjoyed it
libby.tieman5/15/21, 7:03 p.m.
While the picture is of the Neapolitan, this review is for the East Coast pie. Very good pizza, and I love that it comes in slices and not squares!
j.stev8/16/19, 1:24 a.m.
Under $4 pizza by the slice ready to go. Thin crust and pretty basic. As basic as it gets, not bad, not great either
congressman_cnb5/29/19, 12:37 a.m.
Great thin crust pizza. Went with the supreme option to change things up a bit and was not disappointed. A great amount of sauce and the cheese cover is solid if you let it cool down before digging into it to settle.
pizzachicago8/28/18, 12:06 a.m.
Panino's is another spot that you get what you would expect from a Chicago pizza place. They do it right. You got a nice flour based crust nicely cooked but not necessarily crispy. The crust holds generous toppings well even though it can get a little messy if you eat it steaming hot like me (I have no self-control). I like that they don't skip on the sauce here, which is a nicely seasoned savory blend. Lots of cheese and it is of the stretchy/stringy variety. With the pepperoni and sausage, it wasn't too greasy either. Sausage was juicy and well-seasoned, and pepperoni tasted mild and salty. I've had Panino's on several occasions from different locations and I've never been disappointed. It's a solid choice.