I find it profoundly sad that visitors to Chicago might go to Pizzeria Uno and think that they've had the quintessential Chicago dining experience. They claim to have invented Chicago-style pizza, but they may well have the worst interpretation of it in the city these days. The crust was crumbly and sweet, almost like a graham cracker pie crust. The sauce was alright, but not great. The wait was excruciating (ok, I admit, any wait for food is excruciating for me) and the bill was high. If you're looking for Chicago pizza, please, please, please do yourself a favor and go to Giordano's or Edwardo's or Caffe Florian, or any number of other places.