Not the best in Chicago by far
j.stev7/25/20, 12:49 a.m.
Solid and worth trying of course. Lot of bread and the crunchy crust is unique
melody.pedraza7/18/20, 8:42 p.m.
Had the pan and thin crust pizza, it was nothing special. The well done option was a nice flare. Sausage is good quality.
mark.lauria7/13/20, 6:44 p.m.
Wow. Sausage and pepperoni. Crust is the perfect combo of crispy and doughy. Very impressed
frankeeangeereviews7/11/20, 4:13 a.m.
Thin crust was a 2.3 horrible, and the wait staff forgot to put the order in because we tested the deep dish and that was ok, no way a 7.4 lol
zender55/6/20, 11:50 p.m.
This is honestly just the best pizza I’ve ever had, nothing about this pizza is bad, if you want the best pan/deep dish in Chicago go to Pequods.
michael.spencer55/6/20, 2:12 p.m.
One bit everyone knows the rules. First tome in Chi-town. The pizza was phenomenal the crust had a nice crunch. Definitely be back!!!
kendall.lawson4/17/20, 2:32 a.m.
A little greasy. Great crisp on the crust. One of the best in Chi City.
kevin.mcgovern4/16/20, 5:39 p.m.
Good, expected better. Little too doughy, sauce was excellent and along with that caramelized crust I can see why people swear by it.
conner.burke4/3/20, 1:30 a.m.
I had the sausage and pepperoni half. Girlfriend the pineapple and bacon. Solid pizza, good crust, yummy sausage. Would definitely have again, but doesn’t compare to Lou Malnati’s for deep dish for me personally.
victor.redondo2/22/20, 11:49 p.m.
Can’t say it’s the pizza that will dominate Chicago but it’s far from a bad pie. Nobody will be disappointed and nobody will be let down. Nothing wrong with pequods
frannylopez2/22/20, 11:49 p.m.
Forgot to take a picture of the pizza. Crust like a biscuit, but sauce is on point. Lou’s might still be above this place, but worth trying!
patter442/22/20, 7:48 p.m.
Since I am a NY slice kind of guy I always deduct a full point for a Chicago pizza. Meaning the best a Chicago pizza can be is a 9.0. HOWEVER, Pequods is the best Chicago pizza around. The crust has a great crunch, the sauce is robust and flavorful and the toppings (if you choose to get any) are all fresh and tasty. Also, the scene at Pequods is cool no matter what time of day and what time or year you visit. I know Lou Malnati's, Giodanos and Geno's East are the big hitters in Chicago but Pequods is a classic case of 'if you know you know' kind of place. Highly recommend hitting it up if you are visiting Chicago's Northside, especially after a day at Wrigley.