I would buy a shitty $5 pizza from that dude.
Pizza revisited 5 5 5
- Post nÂ°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 nÂ°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 nÂ°12
Pequod's is the jam. Personal deep dish with jalapeĂ±os 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.