From Our Editors
In 1943, in a turn-of-the-century Victorian house on the corner of Ohio and Wabash in downtown Chicago, the legendary Chicago style Deep Dish Pizza was born. It combined some old Italian recipes with the best meats, spices, vegetables and cheeses and baked them in a unique delicious deep dish crust. It wasn’t long before the tiny restaurant had more customers for its deep dish pizza than it could handle, so we opened Pizzeria Due across the street. The two restaurants are still there today making that famous dough fresh every morning, as we do in every UNO kitchen across the world.