The hill on gluten free crust
j.stev1/16/20, 7:34 p.m.
Closest thing to Chicago Deep Dish in DC! Sweet sauce and good crunch on crust, thinner cheese amount than others but very good! Will come back again!
mojopizzachef12/23/19, 12:11 a.m.
Light, very little flop. Asked for it well done but came out less than. Not bad.
will.langstaff11/29/19, 8:51 p.m.
Crust is perfect, flavors are well balanced and leave you wanting more! Highly recommend the central west end pizza with thin crust!
dru.tucker11/25/19, 11:27 p.m.
Zero flop and huge crunch. Great cheese flavor but the sauce is missing. Crust needs a bit more flavor too.
lucas.villalobos10/6/19, 11:16 p.m.
Best deep dish pizza in dc. Sauce is delicious and very cheesy.
haleturek7/28/19, 1:39 a.m.
I will preface this with apparently they are known for their deep dish and I got the thin style. But, I was pretty unimpressed. The dough is made with corn and just didn’t taste the same. Otherwise, the sauce, ingredients, and everything else was fine. The atmosphere and the restaurant itself was awesome though and I would recommend trying it overall for that fact. 6.7, that’s the review!
ameo315/5/19, 3:38 p.m.
This was my first time having deep dish pizza- and overall I’m a huge fan. I went with the South Side Classico (basically a supreme with sausage, peppers, onions, mushrooms) but also got to try an all veggie slice and one with ham/oregano. The deep dish crust is absolutely fantastic- they use cornmeal to make it dense enough to hold all the toppings, but it still tastes fairly light and is perfectly crispy. The toppings are very good and so is the cheese, but the only thing holding this back from 8.5+ is the sauce, which is just average at best. I was expecting for Chicago pizza to be heavy/messy but it was easy to eat and if you’re hungry, you can treat a small deep dish pie like a personal pie.