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Try The Pizza At These Locations In Chicago

Kyle Smith
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You're visiting Chicago, and you're craving pizza. But you want the best. Where should you go? In the following article I've listed out 3 of my favorite pizza spots sure to meet your pizza cravings. .

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Bongiornos is located just steps off of Michigan Avenue between The Wrigley Building and Trump Tower. It's a family-owned restaurant that is proud to serve you a delicious, fresh Italian cuisine sure to satisfy your palate. In fact, they are dedicated to providing you with the best pizzas and pasta in town.

The pizza of course is a no-brainer. But I must admit that every time I go there, I have their tiramisu. It is always amazing. Whether you want to enjoy the nicer weather outside on terrace along the river or eat indoors, you're sure to have a great experience. If you can't make it in person, Bongiornos also delivers to right to your door. You can order online here.

Spacca Napoli
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Spacca Napoli serves an authentic Neapolitan style pizza baked in an oven built by third and fourth- generation artisans from Napoli. The crispy and delicate dough will please everyone and the outstanding wine selection perfectly compliments the flavorful menu.The kitchen crew uses Ingredients carefully sourced from trusted vendors in Chicago. In addition, the music that is selected creates a velvety ambiance perfect for a date or to enjoy a great meal with family or friends.

On The Antipasti menu, I highly recommend the tasty Arancini del Giorno. The pizzas and pastas are delicious and true to the authentic italian tradition as well as their tiramisu (yes, I love tiramisu!). The mascarpone and fine touch of espresso melt in your mouth and will satisfy your taste buds, no doubt. You can visit their website here.

Lou Malnatis
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Lou Malnati's is a real institution in Chicago for deep dish pizza. Lou Malnati got his start in the 1940's working in Chicago's first deep dish pizzeria. He brought his passion and pizza expertise, and his wife Jean, to Lincolnwood, and opened their first Lou Malnati's Pizzeria on March 17, 1971. Lou is known for his great pizza, his sense of humor and endearing personality. The team is friendly and welcoming.You can Malnati's pizza online here

Oh my goodness! The cheese, the sausage, the sauce- sooo good. The bruschetta was excellent- so flavorful. Glad we had leftovers to bring back home with us! ShellieE41 (Source)

Those are my favorites. Have you had them? If not, I highly recommend all of these pizzas whenever you're in the Windy City. Did I miss one of your favorites? Feel free to share below in the comments.

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