With the enormous popularity of Pizzeria Uno, the management of the eatery had to open a second restaurant right around the corner. The pizza is the ... More
With the enormous popularity of Pizzeria Uno, the management of the eatery had to open a second restaurant right around the corner. The pizza is the same and so is the wait. You will also find the same menu of regular and specialty pizzas, along with salads, munchies, Signature Minestrone Soup and a slim selection of beers to wash everything down. The atmosphere is not quite as gruff as Uno's, but it still has a similar dingy charm. And check out the building, a well-kept look into Chicago's past, a relic in a chain-laden environment.
We traveled all the way from California to visit Chicago and had to try Due's while in town. We were not disappointed! The service was excellent ( our server, Channel, was awsome and made our dining experience fun), and the pizza was like no other. A must try!!!!!
The Pizza Sucks!
We just ate at Due's Pizza on 8/29/08, based upon all the good reviews.It was our 1st day in chicago
and it gave us a bad impression of the food in chicago.We ordered a small vegetrian pizza and garlic
bread.The waiter said it would take 30 minutes to make,but we got it within 15 minutes.
The crust was slighly burned and the inside crust was
RAW DOUGH, I told the waiter about it but he acted
like he did'nt know what I was talking about.
The Garlic bread tasted like old cardboard.
The restaurant itself is very old and not the cleanest,don't look in the kitchen it's very dirty.
I will never trust another review again!
obvious most of these reviewer's never had good pizza.Don't make the same mistake we did avoid this
dump ,I wish I did!
Going to try Gino's east on superior next time we
go to chicago,hopefully that's better.
This Pizza's a meal!: Due, spawned by its twin right around the corner, the famed Pizzeria Uno, offer some of the most satisfying eats in Chicago. Their thick pizzas mean that a medium will satisfy two people, and the price isn't bad considering. The flavours also mesh in that grand Chicago way that just makes sense for a place like this. The wait will be long and the table small, but the cozy, somewhat boisterous atmosphere make it a great place to hang out + have fun. It's also bar none the best of the Unos I have eaten in from a taste standpoint - the franchised joints just don't rate. Definitely one of the best places to eat out in Chicagoland!
Tip: if you're here when Sam Adams has its Winter Brew, it stands up well to a hearty Uno pizza!
There is no better pizza anywhere. I've heard about the pizza in CA and how bad it is. Any guest who visits us here in Chicago, we automatically take them to Due's, it's even better than Uno's and I've been there too. With the large pieces of sausage and stringy cheese and pieces of tomato not sauce. It can't be beat and that's one you can take to the bank. You can't go wrong, look at the long lines outside after 4pm and that should give you an indication of how good the pizza is. The service is good, waiters are attentive and knowledgeable when they're not really really busy. I recommend it to everybody who wants good deep dish pizza. I even sent one cross country for a birthday present. They were pleasantly surprised and well fed.
It is the best pizzeria in the world. I live in california and was there on vacation and i cant wait to go back just to taste it again. they should send pizza in the mail so i can order it all the time. I love the restaurant it is very cozzy and i just love the pizza.
Fat people know good food, so you can trust that when we say food tastes good we mean it. I have had pizza all over northern Illinois and this is by far the best pizza I have ever had. It truly tantalizes the tastebuds. Like Ebert, two forks up!! Worth the 40 min. drive.
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