Good for: food, service, atmosphere, Families, Budget Travellers
Lonely Planet review for Pizzeria Uno
Ike Sewell supposedly invented Chicago-style pizza here on December 3, 1943, although his claim to fame is hotly disputed. A light, flaky crust holds piles of cheese and an herb-laced tomato sauce. The pizzas take a while, but stick to the pitchers of beer and cheap red wine to kill time, and avoid the salad and other distractions to save room for the main event.