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Pizz'a Chicago - 39 Reviews - 1576 Halford Ave, Santa Clara, CA - Pizza Restaurants Reviews - Phone (408) 244-2246
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Pizz'a Chicago

1576 Halford Ave
Santa Clara, CA 95051
(408) 244-2246
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Love these guys, for real. They have so many great vegetarian options, it's awesome to have a real selection to pick from! Easily the best pizza place nearby.


I have tried their pizza and found their crust to be too hard. Even the chicken on it did not seem to be too fresh. I would not try this place again. I think pizza hut is much bet...

Pizza Chicago (Santa Clara location behind Fish Market) 8/17/2005

It's a tough place to find if you've never been there. It's worth the search. One of my favorite pizza places, they serve "Chicago" style, deep dish pizza with lots of thick cheese and toppings. Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, fresh out of the deep dish pan...yum. Check out the BBQ chicken pizza for a change of pace to the regular combos or pepperoni pizzas. Good pricing and the medium is more than enough for two average adults. Don't forget to check the website for coupons and specials. more

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the best pizza in santa clara; a local favourite! 8/7/2005

whether they've had experience with berkeley or not, most bay area food connaisseurs know of zachary's chicago pizza in berkeley/oakland. (sure, i know this review's not about zachary's, but i'm going somewhere with this!) critics in the east bay have definitely handed the best pizza award to zachary's year after year after year and with good reason. that's great pizza. people say that's great chicago-style pizza. they say that if you want good new york style pizza in the east bay, that you should go to arinelli's on shattuck. i believe that as well. however, let me tell you something. even though i spent most of my life in california, i was born in michigan. then i lived in illinois in a suburb of chicago, where i _never_ ate a pizza like what i saw at zachary's. i really liked zachary's pizza, but it wasn't anything like any pizza i ate in chicago, personally. however, the pizza i eat at pizz'a chicago here in santa clara (which is, if you haven't heard by now, america's _real_ heartland) _does_ remind me of what i ate in chicago as a little kid. ok, i was really little when i lived in that chicago suburb, but keep in mind that i have vivid memories of when i was two. i first ordered pizz'a from pizz'a chicago because they gave me a nice coupon. my wife and i ordered a pizza with one of our favourite combinations: sausage and mushroom. we're totally _not_ the type to stick with mundane combinations of toppings, but we knew they'd have those, right? well, some time later, i visited pizz'a chicago with coworkers and discovered that they have an awesome, awesome, wide selection of toppings, not just your run-of-the mill pepperoni and sausage stuff! whoa! listen to this: they have a great vegetarian combinations, which says a lot, i.e., if a pizzera has a great selectin of veggie combos, you _know_ for sure that they've got a great selection of combinations in general. also, in general, we as the american public need to be more health conscious in our eating choices. although i'm not a vegeterian by any means, i urge you to consider eating healthier. some of my favourite combinations at pizz'a chicago: the untouchables (bbq sauce, chicken, smoked gouda, red onions, cilantro), cubby bear (fresh spinach, tomatoes, black olives, red onions, garlic, spices and _cholesterol free soy milk mozzarella), joliet jake (four kinds of shrooms: shiitake, portabella, crimini, and button with apricots and fresh basil)... mmm... don't those sound good? well, i understand that a pizza is judged by its toppings as well as its crust. it's got great crust too. i suppose some people would say a pizza's also judged by its cheese. yes, the cheese's good too. consider getting the soy cheese. it's great. they also have a few outdoor tables; but i don't want you to know that because then we'll be fighting over those tables, and i want to be friends. more

slowness 6/22/2005

The main course didn't arrive for an hour or so and that was only after complaining, which itself was made difficult by the indifference of the waiting staff. Actually, my cousin's main course didn't arrive for an hour and a fifteen. So, it was cold. I do not find that eating in shifts makes for a pleasurable dining experience. Also, the bill was wrong and I had to have items we hadn't ordered removed and for the service charge (which the menu says is optional) to be removed as well; the waiting staff blew all hope of a tip within five minutes, even before the unacceptable delays and shoddy service that followed. more
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  • Combo Craze
    The inventive folks at Pizz'a Chicago have done a great job naming their pizzas. Try the Great Chicago Fire, a hot mix of Italian sausage, ""sport peppers,"" fresh garlic...

  • 8/18/2003 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily 11am-10pm
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa