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« on: January 30, 2020, 10:09:34 AM »
I have only heard of a couple and have been to none though I have had Dante's.  But a lot of places here that don't really get written about.

https://www.chicagotribune.com/dining/craving/ct-food-cult-pizza-chicago-craving-0129-20200129-fuqrseu2kfd4rn53cscg4iaohq-story.html

I haven't had a football pizza since I was a kid and would like to try it again.

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« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2020, 10:53:01 AM »
Our House was at Dovetail a few times, very excellent. They gave me a free pizza coupon the first time. Idk that they have a brick & mortar.

Forno Rosso i've had on my to-do list for like 5 years. :bag:

Barnaby’s is average, at least the one I went to once a few years ago.

Marie's is local, but the quality isn't so great unless they're cranking them out from the front oven. They nickel & dime you on toppings too. $3 for giardiniera? :shrug:

Hearth & Crust is local too, good but a little pricey.

Also, this series belongs here...



Burt's RIP, long live Burt's :thumbup:

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Pizza doesn't look half bad though.

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« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2020, 10:57:46 AM »
I haven't had a football pizza since I was a kid and would like to try it again.

We should go to John's sometime, they do football pizzas. The fried chicken there is really good and cheap. Chef's Special is across the street and should be open soon for cocktails.

Cheese football in all it's greasy glory:


4-pc. dinner for $8.95, crispy & moist. (my pic):
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« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2020, 01:06:49 PM »


I've been in Chicago for 20 years and still don't understand the appeal of the "tavern cut."  Just about every one I've had has been bland with soggy crust.  I guess it's better than deep dish if you don't want to feel bloated.  New Haven 4 life. 

That fried chicken tho  :P

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« Reply #4 on: January 30, 2020, 01:13:35 PM »

I've been in Chicago for 20 years and still don't understand the appeal of the "tavern cut."  Just about every one I've had has been bland with soggy crust.  I guess it's better than deep dish if you don't want to feel bloated.  New Haven 4 life. 

That fried chicken tho  :P

I'm used to the style but prefer Piece or Neapolitan-style in general. Pequod's is great if dine-in only.

Been wanting to go to Vito & Nick's for like 10 years but never summoned the strength to drive 25 miles to get there.
We were eating their frozen pies for awhile but the cheese was super salty.

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« Reply #5 on: January 30, 2020, 01:23:39 PM »


I've been in Chicago for 20 years and still don't understand the appeal of the "tavern cut."  Just about every one I've had has been bland with soggy crust.  I guess it's better than deep dish if you don't want to feel bloated.  New Haven 4 life. 


Pretty much sums up the Midwest, IMO. 

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« Reply #6 on: January 30, 2020, 01:25:35 PM »


I've been in Chicago for 20 years and still don't understand the appeal of the "tavern cut."  Just about every one I've had has been bland with soggy crust.  I guess it's better than deep dish if you don't want to feel bloated.  New Haven 4 life. 

That fried chicken tho  :P

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« Reply #7 on: January 30, 2020, 01:31:10 PM »
I've had amazing tavern pizzas, usually from legit taverns.  I've also had some turrible ones.

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« Reply #8 on: January 30, 2020, 01:36:06 PM »


I've been in Chicago for 20 years and still don't understand the appeal of the "tavern cut."  Just about every one I've had has been bland with soggy crust.  I guess it's better than deep dish if you don't want to feel bloated.  New Haven 4 life. 

That fried chicken tho  :P

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« Reply #9 on: January 30, 2020, 01:44:48 PM »
Detroit Style is the best pan pizza and I will never back down on that.  I grew up in mid Michigan but barely ever had it growing up.  It's far superior to Chicago style IMO.



Still prefer New Haven (piece, coalfire) overall. 

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« Reply #10 on: January 30, 2020, 01:57:38 PM »
Party store pizza is highly underrated, as is the party store in general.  What's not to like about a place that's whole business is booze, pop, candy, chips, pizza, and a small deli?

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« Reply #11 on: January 30, 2020, 02:19:42 PM »


I've been in Chicago for 20 years and still don't understand the appeal of the "tavern cut."  Just about every one I've had has been bland with soggy crust.  I guess it's better than deep dish if you don't want to feel bloated.  New Haven 4 life. 


Pretty much sums up the Midwest, IMO. 

you need cracker crust pizza
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« Reply #12 on: January 30, 2020, 02:36:07 PM »


I've been in Chicago for 20 years and still don't understand the appeal of the "tavern cut."  Just about every one I've had has been bland with soggy crust.  I guess it's better than deep dish if you don't want to feel bloated.  New Haven 4 life. 


Pretty much sums up the Midwest, IMO. 

you need cracker crust pizza

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« Reply #13 on: January 30, 2020, 02:39:15 PM »


I've been in Chicago for 20 years and still don't understand the appeal of the "tavern cut."  Just about every one I've had has been bland with soggy crust.  I guess it's better than deep dish if you don't want to feel bloated.  New Haven 4 life. 


Pretty much sums up the Midwest, IMO. 

you need cracker crust pizza

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« Reply #14 on: January 30, 2020, 02:45:28 PM »


I've been in Chicago for 20 years and still don't understand the appeal of the "tavern cut."  Just about every one I've had has been bland with soggy crust.  I guess it's better than deep dish if you don't want to feel bloated.  New Haven 4 life. 


Pretty much sums up the Midwest, IMO. 

you need cracker crust pizza

Cracker crust has gotten lucky lately.  All this crustless and cauliflower crust pizza has made it no longer the worst pizza on earth.

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« Reply #15 on: January 30, 2020, 02:58:54 PM »


I've been in Chicago for 20 years and still don't understand the appeal of the "tavern cut."  Just about every one I've had has been bland with soggy crust.  I guess it's better than deep dish if you don't want to feel bloated.  New Haven 4 life. 


Pretty much sums up the Midwest, IMO. 

you need cracker crust pizza

Cracker crust has gotten lucky lately.  All this crustless and cauliflower crust pizza has made it no longer the worst pizza on earth.

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« Reply #16 on: January 30, 2020, 03:06:46 PM »
when i eat pizza i want cheese, sauce, meat and veggies. not 3" thick pizza crust. or the toppings in the middle with the crust covering a ring of 6" all the way around.

like when i eat a sandwich i don't throw a slice of cheese and ham on 2 pieces of dry ass Texas toast bread


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« Reply #17 on: January 30, 2020, 03:09:43 PM »


I've been in Chicago for 20 years and still don't understand the appeal of the "tavern cut."  Just about every one I've had has been bland with soggy crust.  I guess it's better than deep dish if you don't want to feel bloated.  New Haven 4 life. 


Pretty much sums up the Midwest, IMO. 

you need cracker crust pizza

sorry, no holes in my siding to patch

have you found a pizza around town that you like?

what's the gold standard for you in terms of style.. or specific restaurants you've been to?
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« Reply #18 on: January 30, 2020, 03:15:02 PM »


I've been in Chicago for 20 years and still don't understand the appeal of the "tavern cut."  Just about every one I've had has been bland with soggy crust.  I guess it's better than deep dish if you don't want to feel bloated.  New Haven 4 life. 


Pretty much sums up the Midwest, IMO. 

you need cracker crust pizza

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have you found a pizza around town that you like?

what's the gold standard for you in terms of style.. or specific restaurants you've been to?

Rustique, Glass Nickel, Heartland are all good, but pricey.  For cheaper takeout pizza, Costco is way better than any other option within 60 miles of GB.

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« Reply #19 on: January 30, 2020, 03:23:16 PM »
Rustique, Glass Nickel, Heartland are all good, but pricey.  For cheaper takeout pizza, Costco is way better than any other option within 60 miles of GB.

Heartland we like but it's impossible to get a pizza in under an hour there. doesn't matter if there are 100 people in the place.. or 2.

last time we waited about 30 minutes just to have a server come over. i got up and asked for assistance a couple times and was told "someone will be over in a minute".  there were like 6 people in the whole place.

90 minutes later we had pizza.

gonna be tough for me to go back after that.


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« Reply #20 on: January 30, 2020, 03:25:29 PM »
Rustique, Glass Nickel, Heartland are all good, but pricey.  For cheaper takeout pizza, Costco is way better than any other option within 60 miles of GB.

Heartland we like but it's impossible to get a pizza in under an hour there. doesn't matter if there are 100 people in the place.. or 2.

last time we waited about 30 minutes just to have a server come over. i got up and asked for assistance a couple times and was told "someone will be over in a minute".  there were like 6 people in the whole place.

90 minutes later we had pizza.

gonna be tough for me to go back after that.

weird.  We've been there about a dozen times or so, and I can only recall one time having slow service. 

Maybe they don't want you to come back.   :mellow:

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« Reply #21 on: January 30, 2020, 03:29:15 PM »
Rustique, Glass Nickel, Heartland are all good, but pricey.  For cheaper takeout pizza, Costco is way better than any other option within 60 miles of GB.

Heartland we like but it's impossible to get a pizza in under an hour there. doesn't matter if there are 100 people in the place.. or 2.

last time we waited about 30 minutes just to have a server come over. i got up and asked for assistance a couple times and was told "someone will be over in a minute".  there were like 6 people in the whole place.

90 minutes later we had pizza.

gonna be tough for me to go back after that.

weird.  We've been there about a dozen times or so, and I can only recall one time having slow service. 

Maybe they don't want you to come back.   :mellow:

wouldn't be the first time  that's happened to me  :mellow:


i'd write it off as a one time deal but every time we've gone there has been some variation on that same result. 

we get there, get seated, get drinks.... server disappears... new server comes and takes our drink order again. nobody takes our food order.
we get there, get seated, never get drinks... server takes our order.... comes back with drinks we didn't order. we never get the appetizer. her comes a pizza.
we order a pizza... we get the wrong pizza. new pizza takes an hour to come out.

we have, i think, 3 vouchers from them for discounts or free pizza because of how much they fuck up.

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« Reply #22 on: January 30, 2020, 03:42:18 PM »
Rustique, Glass Nickel, Heartland are all good, but pricey.  For cheaper takeout pizza, Costco is way better than any other option within 60 miles of GB.

Heartland we like but it's impossible to get a pizza in under an hour there. doesn't matter if there are 100 people in the place.. or 2.

last time we waited about 30 minutes just to have a server come over. i got up and asked for assistance a couple times and was told "someone will be over in a minute".  there were like 6 people in the whole place.

90 minutes later we had pizza.

gonna be tough for me to go back after that.

weird.  We've been there about a dozen times or so, and I can only recall one time having slow service. 

Maybe they don't want you to come back.   :mellow:

wouldn't be the first time  that's happened to me  :mellow:


i'd write it off as a one time deal but every time we've gone there has been some variation on that same result. 

we get there, get seated, get drinks.... server disappears... new server comes and takes our drink order again. nobody takes our food order.
we get there, get seated, never get drinks... server takes our order.... comes back with drinks we didn't order. we never get the appetizer. her comes a pizza.
we order a pizza... we get the wrong pizza. new pizza takes an hour to come out.

we have, i think, 3 vouchers from them for discounts or free pizza because of how much they fuck up.

With all these stories you tell there IS one common denominator.

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« Reply #23 on: January 30, 2020, 03:52:08 PM »
With all these stories you tell there IS one common denominator.

not sure i follow  :mellow:
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« Reply #24 on: January 30, 2020, 04:05:33 PM »

we have, i think, 3 vouchers from them for discounts or free pizza because of how much they fuck up.

I can use them.   :mellow:

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we have, i think, 3 vouchers from them for discounts or free pizza because of how much they fuck up.

I can use them.   :mellow:

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« Reply #26 on: January 30, 2020, 09:59:17 PM »
Vito and Nick's sausage pizza is killer. It's been 10 years since I've stopped in, but I hope they still have carpet on the walls and the entire bar is still covered in 1970's Budweiser memorabilia.

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« Reply #27 on: January 31, 2020, 09:08:38 AM »
when i eat pizza i want cheese, sauce, meat and veggies. not 3" thick pizza crust. or the toppings in the middle with the crust covering a ring of 6" all the way around.

like when i eat a sandwich i don't throw a slice of cheese and ham on 2 pieces of dry ass Texas toast bread


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Goddam right.

I particularly hate pizza that is cut into squares. The only proper way to slice pizza is "pie cut". Each slice of pizza MUST have a crust.

All that being said, the best pizza I ever ate (by far) was in Brooklyn, at any of a number of small "Mom and Pop" pizzarias.

Thin crust, but foldable, pie cut, loaded with mushrooms, sausage, peppers and cheese, warshed down with a Brooklyn Lager.

And the waitresses all adored me because I was "the nice, polite Wisconsin boy".

One plump Eyetalian lady even pressed my HEAD between her TITS.

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« Reply #28 on: January 31, 2020, 09:42:41 AM »

I particularly hate pizza that is cut into squares.

:lol: my 11 year old loathes square cut. she will not eat it. she swears it tastes different because there's not enough crust.

she will say "people aren't supposed to eat just the middle of the pizza!!!"
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« Reply #29 on: January 31, 2020, 09:44:16 AM »

I particularly hate pizza that is cut into squares.

:lol: my 11 year old loathes square cut. she will not eat it. she swears it tastes different because there's not enough crust.

she will say "people aren't supposed to eat just the middle of the pizza!!!"

She's correct.

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« Reply #30 on: January 31, 2020, 09:52:21 AM »

I particularly hate pizza that is cut into squares.

:lol: my 11 year old loathes square cut. she will not eat it. she swears it tastes different because there's not enough crust.

she will say "people aren't supposed to eat just the middle of the pizza!!!"

She's correct.

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« Reply #31 on: January 31, 2020, 10:12:06 AM »

I particularly hate pizza that is cut into squares.

:lol: my 11 year old loathes square cut. she will not eat it. she swears it tastes different because there's not enough crust.

she will say "people aren't supposed to eat just the middle of the pizza!!!"

She's correct.

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« Reply #32 on: January 31, 2020, 10:29:05 AM »

I particularly hate pizza that is cut into squares.

:lol: my 11 year old loathes square cut. she will not eat it. she swears it tastes different because there's not enough crust.

she will say "people aren't supposed to eat just the middle of the pizza!!!"

She's correct.

:thumbdown: 

Sammy's is the best pizza in town, guy

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« Reply #33 on: January 31, 2020, 01:48:43 PM »

I particularly hate pizza that is cut into squares.

:lol: my 11 year old loathes square cut. she will not eat it. she swears it tastes different because there's not enough crust.

she will say "people aren't supposed to eat just the middle of the pizza!!!"

You tell that beautiful little daughter of yours that Uncle Stoney says "she a goddam genius".

Well, maybe leave out the "goddam" part (don't condone cussin' around youngsters) but you know what I mean.

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she could go on a whole rant about it, i swear
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she could go on a whole rant about it, i swear

wonder where she gets that from?   :mellow:

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« Reply #36 on: January 31, 2020, 02:46:33 PM »
she could go on a whole rant about it, i swear

wonder where she gets that from?   :mellow:

Furley daughter rants should be a thread.  Is she the one who is also wrong about sandwich triangles?

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« Reply #37 on: January 31, 2020, 03:52:49 PM »
she could go on a whole rant about it, i swear

wonder where she gets that from?   :mellow:

Furley daughter rants should be a thread.  Is she the one who is also wrong about sandwich triangles?

:lol: two different kids but.. yes.  my 11 year old is more philosophical in her waxing whereas the 9 year old is pure rage.

that could be a fun thread
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