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The Slice

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Welcome to "The Slice," a page dedicated to all things pizza. Here, you'll find DNAinfo Chicago stories about everything from the history of Chicago pizza to new pizza spots popping up in your 'hood. Stay for a slice, or a square.

Logan Square »

Quiote's Paul Biasco captures a slice of life in the neighborhood.

Hyde Park »

The new Hyde Park eatery flew in a fifth-generation pizza oven builder from Italy to build its oven. 

West Loop »

The established Italian pizza maker is bringing his concept to the United States for the first time.

Rogers Park »

More than 100 chefs put their "blood, sweat, cheese, sauce and dough" into the lengthy project.

Rogers Park »

Owner Muhammad Ekram found the diverse Devon Avenue neighborhood more receptive.

Downtown »

Deep dish pizza is surprisingly easy to make at home. Here's how to do it.

Wrigleyville »

New choices include candied bacon and Korean pork belly hot dogs.

Wrigleyville »

The Myrtle Beach Pelicans will represent Chicago 'Za against whatever that is they have in New York.

River North »

Do you know your deep-dish pizzas from your tavern-style pizzas?

Wicker Park »

To enter the pizza eating contest, fans need to upload a 1-minute video of themselves eating pizza.

The Loop »

If you think Chicago pizza is just deep-dish, you know nothing. We're here to help. 

Downtown »

It's hard to believe, but there was a time when pizza in Chicago was a novelty.