From Our Editors
East of Chicago slings several varieties of pizza, including thin crust, crispy crust, pan, and Chicago style (12” only) in 10”, 12”, 14”, 16”, and “outdoor trampoline” sizes. From there, you can pile on the bacon, beef, olives, green peppers, ham, mushrooms, pepperoni, pineapple, and other toppings like so many fraudulent voter ballots. Specialty pizza options include the taco and barbecue chicken varieties ($16.29 for a 14"), while fresh, oven-baked subs such as Italian, meatball, and spicy steak ($4.79 for a 6", $6.99 for a foot) are available for pizzaphobes. Pair your pick with an order of breadsticks ($3.99), boneless wings ($7.39 for 10 pieces), or loaded nachos (fiesta for two, $4.99) before forcibly sedating your sweet tooth with Oreo-covered brownie bites ($3.99), a Jif peanut butter and Smucker's jelly pizza ($4.79 for 10"), or a stuffed apple petezoni dessert.