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Pizzeria Due - 90 Reviews - 619 N Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60611-2713, Chicago, IL - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (312) 943-2400

Pizzeria Due

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619 N Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60611-2713
Chicago, IL 60611
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(312) 943-2400
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Pizzeria Due - Chicago, IL
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Best

Try the SPINOCCOLI pizza...it's the best! Spinach, broccoli, cheddar, ricotta, mozzarella, fresh garlic, stewed tomato...YUMMY! Alex the bartender will sweeten the deal with h...

Worst

Being a tourist, I couldn't go to Chicago and not have a deep dish pizza. My friend and I were sat immediately (it was a Monday night) and waited 25 minutes just to order our drin...

Deep dish anyone? 1/10/2011

Good: The deep dish pizza here is awesome. The cheese is stringy and the crust tastes like pie crust--unlike any pizza you've ever had before. The portions are huge and unless you partake in food eating competitions, I doubt you'll be able to finish an entire pie by yourself in one sitting.. Bad: Because the food here is so awesome, there are usually long wait times and the seating can be very crowded.. more

Terrible service, not child friendly 12/6/2008

We were passing by this restaurant with our kids and decided to try it. Food (deep dish pizza) was ok, but nothing special. The service was terrible! Our table did not get any water (at all) and the wait staff was rude. They charged us $3 for a glass of tap water! The restaurant was not child friendly and we did not get the impression kids were welcome. People usually comment us on how well behaved our kids are. Very disappointing experience. more

Terrible service, not child friendly 12/6/2008

Terrible service, not child friendly. Wait staff was rude and hard to get ahold of. Food was only ok, nothing special. They charged us $3 for a glass of tap water! more

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Great deep dish 12/28/2006

Due's is a Chicago must, but it's worth the [sometimes 2-hour] wait. I suggest going on an off night [mon-thur] and you'll have no wait and the same great food. more

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Just like the box says, Best pizza in the world! 12/14/2006

This pizza is simply as good as it gets! I have had pizza all over the country, and Pizzaria Due takes the cake! The Sausage and Mushroom pizza is FABULOUS, and one funny thing about the way i like it, its even BETTER reheated the next day in the microwave. Do yourself a favor and Visit Due, you will not regret it! more

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Fun place, good pizza 4/11/2006

A great place for deep dish pizza. super busy but they have a good system -- taking your order while you are standing around waiting, so that by the time you get to your table, the food is on the way. Super convenient parking in the garage next to pizzeria uno as well. more

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Chicago's Best Deep Dish 1/8/2006

This is the place to go for Chicago style pizza --I don't care what other people say. It’s usually very busy, and you tend to have to wait, but it is well worth it. It's conveniently located right off the Michigan, so after a day of shopping, it’s a great place to stop in for some food. They have a decent amount of outside seating as well, with a little patio area near the front, as well as a covered area upstairs. more
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Chicago-Style Deep Dish Pizza

Owner Message

  • Founder Ike Sewell, now deceased, achieved fame by introducing deep-dish pizza to Chicago when he opened Pizzeria Uno (separate listing) across the street in 1943. Pizzeria Due opened across the street in 1955 and offers "the exact same menu," Uno manager George Paxinos said, but in a much larger space. Ninety percent of the menu is dedicated to deep-dish pizza; tourists are surprised when they hear that their pizza will take a minimum of 45 minutes to prepare, though a sign outside the old house warns them of this fact. (An "Express Lunch" is available between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.) The place attracts a loyal following of Chicagoans taking a lunch break from shopping on Michigan Avenue, local professionals, hotel patrons and conventioneers. It also draws media and sports celebrities. Pizzeria Due is a bit more lavish than Uno, and can handle parties of 30-40 people.

Editorial

  • The Scene
    Open since 1955, the three-story brownstone wears its patina with pride. Two sunken dining rooms seat 140 combined, making it more accommodating than sister restaurant Uno, but...

  • 3/25/2005 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Sun 11am-1:30am, Mon-Sat 11am-2:30am
  • Payments:

    Discover, Diner's Club, Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Near North Side, Central
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