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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Where to eat and drink in Wrigleyville during baseball season (and the rest of the year, too).
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Sheffield’s Beer & Wine Garden
Sheffield’s is a casual barbecue restaurant in Lakeview close to Wrigley with a great beer garden. Come for food, drinks, and to have a good time.
Rockit Bar and Grill
Rockit in Wrigley is a casual spot to grab a burger and a beer. It’s more low-key than the original River North one, but that should be expected.
Al’s #1 Italian Beef
Al’s in Wrigley is the perfect spot to grab a cheap Italian beef or hot dog, and that’s especially true if the Cubs are playing.
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The Art of Pizza
Art of Pizza in Lakeview has stuffed deep dish pizza that you can get by the slice.
Pizza Friendly Pizza
Pizza Friendly Pizza is a carryout window serving fantastic Sicilian-style pizza-by-the-slice.
Reno is a restaurant in Logan Square with wood-fired bagels during the day, and pizza at night.
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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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