Any opinions on where the best pizza is in Chicago? (I know highly subjective!). I remember Uno's as being especially good when I went there in college (years ago). Would that still be considered one of the best?
The chain Uno Chicago Grill was derrived from the original idea and location of Pizzeria Uno at Wabash Ave and Ohio St in Chicago. So the two are tied together. While their menus are likely different they are under same ownership/management/franchising agreements. If you go to the chains website all the Chicago locations (including Pizzeria Due) are listed as locations.The poster who was disappointed in Uno's is confused since there is an Uno's in Chicago--not a chain--and a chain of pizza parlors with the same name. Uno's is only in Chicago, so you can't get it anywhere else.
I haven't been to Chicago but it's good to know that Zachary's is close to the Chicago taste. I'm near there regularly. My sister usually picks them up and brings 'em to mom's which is even easier for me! Chicago in Oakland will work for me for now. Thanks!I went to Chicago for the first time last summer. I tried Giordano's Pizza, which was very good. It was good to see that Zachary's Pizza in Oakland, CA was mimicking the Chicago pizza style quite well. I haven't tried Uno's, but a Chicago native told me to try Rosangela's Pizza. Anyone try it yet? It's Chicago thin crust rather than the deep dish pizza. I was sad not to get a chance, but I expect that I'll make another trip to Chicago in the future.
The poster who was disappointed in Uno's is confused since there is an Uno's in Chicago--not a chain--and a chain of pizza parlors with the same name. Uno's is only in Chicago, so you can't get it anywhere else.