- $13 for $20 worth of pizza
- See the menu.
Here's a lesson in pizza 101, courtesy of the dough masters at Chicago's Pizza. The term "stuffed pizza" does not mean "deep-dish pizza." The chefs start with a buttery and flaky crust, mozzarella, and the customer's choice of ingredients (perhaps the Supreme's pepperoni, mushrooms, green peppers and onions). They then blanket the toppings with a second layer of crust, which they slather in the restaurant's super-secret tomato sauce and parmesan spice mix. That's been Chicago's Pizza's specialty for 20-plus years, but it hardly tells the whole story.
The chefs bake a standard deep-dish pizza as well, also made in a deep pan but without the extra layer of crust on top. Or they might load meat and veggies on top of thin-crust, gluten-free crust, or a signature gourmet crust made from honey-semolina dough. And while pizza remains their speciality, they also whip up dozens and dozens of other meals, which range from turkey cheeseburgers to shrimp linguine to full slabs of barbecue ribs.