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My wife, daughter and I went to Windy City one night for a great pizza dinner. We started with the Arugula & Roasted Beet salad with Bleu cheese and a glass of rose. We followed that with the Meatza pizza. The caramelized cheese crust edge...More
I was on a trip from Chicago and I wanted to try a pizza like Pequod's Pizza so my wife and I went to Windy City Pie. WOW! It was better than Chicago's Pequod's Pizza. Pizza has been a big part of my life. I've...More
Certainly not your traditional regular crust pizza by far. We tried the 'Meatza' ... liked the thick crust as it held up well to the very very chunky tomato sauce, which was the biggest surprise for us. Toppings were quite good. Definitely feeds more than...More
With great anticipation, I took my first bite of the Windycity pizza. I used to travel to Chicago for work and would look forward to my trips for the deep dish pizza there. I was a huge fan of Uno's, Lou Manati's, Giordano's and Gino's...More
Did take out--the instructions are a bit confusing, but the pizza pie was really tasty. This place is a 5 in Seattle but a 4 in New York.
I am from New York so I have a pizza snub and I can say this place...More
Have visited three times and each time we had a crazy-good pie. Their Classic is just that and the one with meatballs is out of this world. Can't wait to go back and try some others and craft our own. Great staff.
We stopped in here for a lunch meal of delicious Chicago deep dish style pizza and were totally impressed! If you want an ACTUAL authenticity to your deep dish pizza as opposed to just having more bread (like the knock offs) then try Windy City...More
We wanted to get one big pizza/pie with two different toppings on each half. The lady told us that this is not possible and if they would do it, we would have to pay full price for each topping (the price of two dishes for...More
Date of visit: July 2018
Dave L, Owner at Windy City Pie, responded to this reviewResponded July 17, 2018
We're glad you enjoyed your food. Not slicing it all at once as it comes out of the oven is key to that enjoyment--it will get soggy otherwise. We know it's more difficult for you to put a deposit on a slicer (this process is...More
This restaurant is housed in a distillery and the first time we accidentally walked passed the entryway. We had just come off a flight from San Diego and wanted to eat somewhere relaxed, tasty and reasonably priced. My husband and I shared the Veggie deep-dish...More