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Lincoln Park »

A new outlet in Hyde Park will be a full relocation from 1443 W. Fullerton Ave.

Lincoln Park »

The pizza boasts a crispy thin crust that's flash fired in three and a half minutes.

The Loop »

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

The Loop »

Kenwood restaurateur Greg Dunn's new venture opens Wednesday morning at 170 W. Washington Blvd.

Downtown »

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

West Rogers Park »

The Western Avenue tavern with a famous neon marquee has started offering Detroit-style pan pizza.

Wicker Park »

One $35 ticket will entitle each guest to unlimited pizza, plus five beers and a commemorative plate.

South Loop »

The double-decker patio at Michigan and Roosevelt offers a killer view of Grant Park, fireworks.

Andersonville »

This summer, the bar will offer a two-for-one pizza deal hoping to bring in families with kids.

Lincoln Park »

"We aim to get thin crust back on the map,” owner Joe Aurelio said.

Streeterville »

The Streeterville restaurant uses a special blend of potato, corn and rice flour for its pizza dough.

Edgewater »

Facing a 20 percent drop in sales, an Edgewater pizzeria owner is offering deals to encourage deliveries.

Lakeview »

Three Chicagoland pizza places competed for the best area pie.

Mayfair »

Seafood is the specialty at this Northwest Side shop, but pizza is its ace in the hole.

Lakeview »

A Michigan cult favorite pizza chain will be opening in Chicago for the first time next month.