This is the second pizza restaurant started by the man who invented Pizzeria Uno (the chain) and deep dish pizza. It's in an old Victorian building that looks like a well-worn city restaurant--pizza was very good--I had vegetarian, salad fine, service good. If you area deep dish fan, this is perhaps where you should stop. But like all successful foods, this kind of pizza has zillions of variants nationwide. If this is what it tasted like in 1943, when, according to the restaurant's website, deep dish was invented, it is not what contemporary palates are used to--especially if those palates are from out of town. Best to enjoy it as it is, rather than expect something more familiar. I can say I wish my individual pizza had been a bit bigger--I should have ordered next size up--was quite good.
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