Old Town Pizza Pub

This candle lit bar draws a strong business from neighborhood locals, both young and old. Attractions include Golden Tee golf, a well-stocked jukebox and electronic bowling, not to mention pizza.

Palermo's 95th

For over 35 years, Palermo's on 95th Street has served as a Southside institution for astounding Italian cuisine and charming atmosphere. Combining traditional family recipes and the Old World ambiance of our dining room, Palermo's 95th has managed to create both a unique legacy of rich heritage and uncompromised quality.

Papa Milano's

The gnocchi swims in a thick, meaty marinara sauce.  You pause for a sip of chianti that only enhances the taste of the pasta and then your fork finds a piece of this rich, freshly made specialty of the house.  Sitting at a table in Papa Milano’s, makes you marvel that this tiny and modest looking restaurant is the place for such exquisite Italian cooking.

Pat's Pizza

Pat's has found a thin-crust niche. Owner Nick Pianetto uses a recipe he's not changed for the more than 50 years Pat's has been open. The most popular pizza is also called The Pat's, and features sausage, mushrooms, onion and green peppers.

Pequod's Pizza

There are approximately 2,500 pizza joints in Chicago, but only a hand full of them are regularly lauded and staunchly defended as the best. Pequod's, named after the whaling ship from Moby Dick, is one of the few. 

Piece Brewery and Pizzeria

This classic New Haven-style thin crust pizza with award-winning micro-brews in a spacious loft setting. Opened in July 2001 after transforming a roofing company garage into a casual pizzeria complete with a sky-lite ceiling and sunken lounge area.
Sports fans can catch events on a series of eleven 42” plasma TVs that span the length of the bar. Revelers pack the house for games and special events

Pizza DOC

Enjoy great tasting pizza at Doc's Pizzeria in a fun, family-oriented atmosphere. They specialize in pizza, sandwiches, and pasta made with the freshest ingredients.

Pizzeria Due

Ike Sewell is the man credited with inventing Chicago’s deep dish pizza, sold at Pizzeria Uno, now a Mecca for pizza lovers. Ike’s pie became so famous he opened Pizzeria Due just across the street so there would be two places to eat the world’s best and original deep dish pizza. Today, this place is as busy and popular as her older sister, and you’ll love her just as much.

Pizzeria Ora

Co-owner Freud Naajar has a success on his hands. All patrons enjoy their deep-dish pizza surrounded by forest green walls sprinkled with framed pictures of Chicago sports personalities and venues such as the old Chicago Stadium.

Pizzeria Via Stato

Market-fresh ingredients, artisanal and classic toppings, 300 Italian wines, seasonal cocktails, crafted & classic draft and bottled beers—have made Pizzeria Via Stato a casual hangout for River North locals and a delightful discovery for passersby.
Pizzeria Via Stato’s simple, no-fuss menu offers tavern pizzas, as well as small plates and seasonal salads. The tavern pizzas are Roman-style pizzas with crispy, thin crusts that highlight toppings such as hand-pulled mozzarella and housemade sausage, Melrose peppers and San Marzano tomatoes.

Quartino Ristorante

"Where wine is cheaper than water and the pizza is the finest." Lively urban Italian restaurant, pizzeria and wine bar serves homemade pastas, house-cured salami and wine by the carafe.


Scoozi's big, open space is large enough to hold all the flavors of Italy, and that's just what you'll find on its menu: Seasonal, fresh-tasting creations from Sicily to the Austrian border and everything in between.
The restaurant focuses on high quality and scratch cooking and the menu's perfect for sharing, so start with one of the fine, brick-oven pizzas – maybe a white pizza bianca with homemade fresh mozzarella – then move on to one of several antipasti, perfect for sharing with friends. Pasta's imported from Italy or made in house; order your favorite shape, or try one of the three-version plates of our kitchen-fresh gnocchi or ravioli.

Sonny's Pizza

The thin crust is usually nice and cracker thin and crispy. Great prices and consistently fast and good...

The Art of Pizza

Some of the best deep dish you'll find. Buttery crust, loads of cheese, and a tasty sauce, if I'm going deep dish, this is where I'm going. real show

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