This isn’t remarkable pizza, but it is drunk food at its finest. Big G’s in Wrigleyville serves kind-of-weird-but-actually-pretty-good slices that sound like they were made using a Chopped basket, with toppings like BBQ beef and french fries, s’mores, and mac and cheese. If you’ve never had mac and cheese on a pizza, this must be your first time in the Midwest. Welcome.
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Puesto Sandwich Stand
Puesto Sandwich Shop is a little Latin American cafe hiding under the L in Wrigley. It’s not a typical Wrigley spot, which is a nice change of pace.
Smoke Daddy is a large restaurant and sports bar in Wrigleyville that specializes in BBQ.
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Dante’s Tavern is a solid place in Humboldt Park to grab a New York-style slice and pair it with an excellent draft beer.
Osteria La Madia
Keeping up with the Joneses is dangerous, which is why you shouldn't be swayed by La Madia's fancy new dishes. Stick to the pizza.
Pizano’s Pizza & Pasta
Pizano’s is a local Chicago pizza chain with both thin crust and deep dish pies.
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Jimmy’s Pizza Cafe
Jimmy’s is a counter-service spot in Lincoln Square serving fantastic New York-style pizza.
Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop
An order-at-the-counter slice place from the people beind one of our all-time favorite pizza spots, Paulie Gee’s.
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