We are briefly watching Adam (Man v. Food.)
Adam is in Chicago, and apparently has never encountered Chicago Pizza.
Recently, Firemen from New York preferred New York style pizza. Fireman from Chicago preferred Chicago Pizza, and Firemen from Los Angeles were mixed in their preference.
Nearly 40 years ago, we had our first Chicago Pizza, and in our view, all other pizza are "wimpy versions of the real deal."
We were sorry to see Pizza Uno depart from Centerville, and Pizza Uno in Dayton is great. We always visit Pizza Uno when skiing WISP in Maryland.
So, I ask the server at Godfather's if Godfather's Grand Supreme is Chicago? The server remarks something about "legally we cannot call it Chicago." OK, but Godfather's is close to a Chicago Pizza for someone from Dayton; a Chicagoan may disagree.
This is a pricey pizza, but one can't fold it. And two slices is a full dinner.
Let's observe that Godfather's beats the local and national chains hand down.
In our view, order to go, and use the pick-up window. Google Godfather's for the phone, and for the menu.
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