Chicago transplant and former rock musician, Rocco DiGrazia, brings a bite of the Windy City to Tucson at Rocco's Little Chicago. The choices include ... More
Roccos Little Chicago
Chicago transplant and former rock musician, Rocco DiGrazia, brings a bite of the Windy City to Tucson at Rocco's Little Chicago. The choices include double-crusted pies and thin-crust, square cut options. With names like the Heart Attackpiles of meat and tons of cheese, and Fungus Humongousmega-mushrooms, it's obvious this isn't health-conscious dining, but it's a delicious indulgence. A few sandwichesalso of mammoth proportions, are also offered and beer and wine are served. Quite likely, Rocco himself, will prepare your pizza.
You make the BEST pizzas and the service is GREAT.
Thanks for placing a special order so that you had Kingfisher beer on hand today. This made for a very SPECIAL night for our friends from Bangalore, Inda - home of Kingfisher beer. Your team handled our 10 person order with PERFECTION. Every pie was done just right.
Thanks again for your EXTRA EFFORT, and see you again soon.
When first pulling in to the parking lot. I was a little worried. It looked a little run down, but after eating there I would go back again. I ordered a calzone which was so good. it was huge and I could barely eat half of it. I would recommend this place to anyone who like pizza, calzones, or that style of food. Service was a little slow, but it was a saturday and many outside orders were coming in.
Best Pizza in Tucson. Period. Not the fanciest joint in town, but the food is great. If you want to impress someone, dont bother, you are trying to hard, and you may come off as desperate and pathetic, so bring them here anyway.
I really enjoy the food at Rocco's from the great homemade cookies to the wonderful Italian Beef Sandwiches with or without hot peppers. It's big, it affordable and the staff is willing to personalize your selection to keep you coming back. It's all good. I go to Rocco's often.
Absolutely the best pizza I have ever had. Can't get close to it up here in Phoenix. I have a hard time finding things in strange places. But I try to find my way there whenever I am in town. It's worth the drive.
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