I would buy a shitty $5 pizza from that dude.
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- Post n°3
Ate some pizza, last night. Ordered it from Carpentersville's own Village Pizza & Pub, an eatery which hosted a live Foo Fighters performance, a year or two ago. Anyway, it was a double-decker pizza (one thin crust pizza set atop another and fused with thick, rolled-dough crust) with double sausage, double pepperoni, double bacon, and double cheese. It took over an hour to cook, cost like $40, and nearly missed the start of the Super Bowl.
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- Post n°11
Still haven't been to Burt's. From what I hear it's very similar to Pequod's (two blocks away), except for Burt's soup nazi ordering protocol. Pequod's definitely lives up to the hype. It's the only Chicago-style pizza I'll happily eat. Caramelized crust + crispy pepperoni = heaven. There's a second Pequod's on Clybourn in Lincoln Park if you want to investigate the hype without a trip up north.
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- Post n°12
Pequod's is the jam. Personal deep dish with jalapeños is my personal jam. Also, one of my friends used to work in the kitchen and I'd bike over there for free wings at 2:00 AM, and that was such the jam.
- Post n°17
At first I thought this was going to be by HORSE the band.Ned Braden wrote:
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