In 1943, when Ike Sewell opened a restaurant at the corner of Ohio Street and Wabash Avenue in Chicago, Americans ate pizza primarily as a snack. Ike ... More
Uno Chicago Bar & Grill
In 1943, when Ike Sewell opened a restaurant at the corner of Ohio Street and Wabash Avenue in Chicago, Americans ate pizza primarily as a snack. Ike figured that if you combined some of Italy's old, authentic recipes with impressive quantities of the finest meats, fresh cheeses, ripe vegetables and flavorful spices, pizza would become a hearty meal. It was the start of an American tradition - the Chicago Deep Dish Pizza. Ike's Original Deep Dish Pizza has been imitated many times, but never quite duplicated.
I have never had a problem at this uno's location! The food is always great and the waitstaff is always very friendly and helpful! I never leave less than a 20% tip! Some of my favorite dishes are the chicken spinoccoli pasta, the deep dish four cheese pizza, the cheese and tomato flatbread and the burger sliders! I give uno's two thumbs up!!
I went at 4:30 pm. The service was below average. That might be because the server was busy trying to make time with two women at the bar. The french fries were greasy and cool. The hamburger bun was stale.
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