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What are the best things about the Chicago Style Deep Dish Pizza?

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Good things come to those who wait - Chicago deep dish pizza takes about 45 minutes to make, and they don't make it until you order it. I have a gluten allergy, recently discovered, so it's been a while since I had a deep dish pie - but they are awesome and very filling!!! If you haven't had a chance to try it out - highly recommend giving it a try!


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Originally Posted By: Bill Cody
What are the best things about the Chicago Style Deep Dish Pizza?


Giordano's, that's the best thing about Chicago Style Deep Dish Pizza.

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I think I might have to disagree just slightly. I think Pequod's Pizza is better because of the crust...and it's not a chain so you get a more authentic experience. If you're ever in Chicago, you should go check it out...it's north of downtown just a bit, but worth the trip if you're in the mood for pizza!


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Originally Posted By: GoldieFish
I think I might have to disagree just slightly. I think Pequod's Pizza is better because of the crust...and it's not a chain so you get a more authentic experience. If you're ever in Chicago, you should go check it out...it's north of downtown just a bit, but worth the trip if you're in the mood for pizza!


I will. If you ever are back there, check out Palermo's Pizza, 3751 W 63rd St, Chicago, IL 60629. South Side. I cannot vouch for any of the other pizza places named Palermo's. You have to order the thin crust pizza there. Family owned and they have been in that location for over 50 years.


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