My fiance and I love mac and cheese (who doesn't?!), but we were wholy underwhelmed by Cheese-Ology. We had a tough time deciding where to grab dinner when walking along the loop, as we were torn between the history and ambience of Blueberry Hill, the fun atmosphere of Fitz's, or the incredibly idea of all-things-mac and cheese. Unforuntely I am quite sure we chose the worst of the three, by a considerable margin. We tried the special at the time, a BBQ Pulled Pork Mac as well as the Philly Cheesesteak Mac. The BBQ was decent, but nothing amazing. It was slightly runny, and had two shreds of pulled pork in the entire bowl. I would have much prefered a bowl of mac and cheese down the road at Noodles, but I was at least able to enjoy it somewhat. My fiance ordered the Philly, which the cashier had recommended. The noodles and cheese were piping-hot, but it was obvious the cook hadn't went to the trouble of defrosting the peppers and meat before adding them, as they were thawed by the time the dish was cooked, but were ice-cold still. So you had a horribly un-appetizing mix of scalding-hot cheese with ice-cold peppers and meat. Very disappointed, especially given we were looking forward to our meal there, and it was quite expensive ($22 for 2 small bowls and 2 drinks). Save yourself some disappointment and go somewhere else - there are many restaurants in the Loop that looked fantastic.
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