Are we done with deep dish pizza?
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#1 Dec 13, 2007
This is so old news. Deep dish has been over since the Vettel began his career 30 years ago. Hopefully Sam Zell will can this curmudgeonly culinary clown after he sells the cubs. You guys should hire a real hungry and smart food writer like Mike Sula of the Reader, Mike Nagrant of Newcity, or David Tamarkin of Time Out....at least those guys still care about real ideas and places.
#2 Dec 13, 2007
I like Campisi's extra thin and crispy cheese pizza with mushrooms. Can you say mmm mmm good?
#3 Dec 13, 2007
If you're ever in the Hanover park area, the best thin crust I have ever tasted is Gratzie pizzeria. Their crust is out of this world, the sauce is perfect.
And best deep dish by far is Lou Malnatis
#4 Dec 13, 2007
A good pizza is a pizza that you still can taste after you have already eaten it.
#5 Dec 17, 2007
Deep dish will never die. I love both kinds of pizza's for totally different reasons. If we can have 50 different successful ways to fill a tortilla, why can't we have two great kinds of pizza?
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