Roots is a solid neighborhood option for dine-in pizza in West Town. The pies are Quad Cities-style, which means they’re round but cut into rectangles, and the toppings are under the cheese. The menu is huge, with a decent selection of salads and rotating roster of pizzas designed by local chefs. A huge bar area and large patio, as well as the interesting specialty pies, make it a great local spot for a hangout - especially if you’re with a large group.
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Arguably the best pizza in town. Spacca Napoli is doing Neapolitan pies the way they're meant to be done.
Jimmy’s Pizza Cafe
Jimmy’s is a counter-service spot in Lincoln Square serving fantastic New York-style pizza.
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Forbidden Root Restaurant & Brewery
An upscale brewpub that's brewing their own beer and making quality food to go with it.
Parlor Pizza, where you can day party outside likes it’s college again and eat some pizza in the process.
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