One of my favorite Chicago Style Deep Dish Pizza’s that I’ve had. If you’re in the mood for this style, definitely hit this place up if you’re in Santa Barbara. Highly recommend drizzling the honey over the pizza.
mitch.vargas10/10/20, 3:08 a.m.
Crust was way to rubbery. Not enough sauce. Pepperoni had zero flavour. Only reason it’s in the 5’s is due to the smokey flavouring of the cheese.
logan.newton2/27/20, 5:58 a.m.
Taking a half point off because the crust was not quite crisp enough. Good Chicago style pie.
polaroiddreams6/28/19, 3:48 a.m.
Not going to lie, I was expecting this to be mediocre. Pleasantly surprised to get a very flavorful pizza pie. Sauce is incredible. The only thing holding me back from a higher score was the crisp. Gotta have my crisp. But aside from that, their pizza is well made. Great ingredients, fresh, and delicious. Thanks for making dope pizza, Santa Barbaraz 7.7 Frankie.
dackz6/2/19, 9:29 p.m.
Nice crisp, little grease for the quantity of meat. Fresh, quality ingredients. Very good
sb.moose9/2/18, 1:41 a.m.
Deeeep dish, Chicago, and a little bit fancy. Heavy lifting. Flop? Forget about flop, this is a fork and knife pizza. Deep dish isn’t my go-to pie but this is a quality product. Fresh tomato sauce, high-quality cheese (enough to joke a horse, or yourself if you’re not careful). The crust is buttery and flaky and you see why they give you honey to dip the crust in—the crust is basically dessert. The quality of the ingredients and ambience of the restaurant could make it a good date spot if the pizza wasn’t so damn heavy (they have thin crust too but I didn’t try it). Looking for deep dish but can’t get to Chicago? This is your pie. The ultimate Fat Boy fancy pizza.