Connie’s Pizza has been family run since 1963 when Jim Stolfe took a leap of faith by selling his Oldsmobile to get the money to buy a tiny pizza joint. Since then, this little restaurant has become a staple of the Chicago, IL food scene. Whipping up every type of crust – from deep dish to wood-fired – this establishment’s a must for any self-respecting pizza connoisseur in the Windy City.
Here, you can build your own masterpiece pizza wise. Choose your choice of crust, the menu offering everything from the paper-thin crispy variety to thick slices of Sicilian-style pan pizza. Then, toss on your toppings. You can get any type of meat from pepperoni to ground turkey to prosciutto di parma. Slap on your choice of veggies, from traditional options like mushrooms to unusual choices like zucchini. The menu doesn’t limit itself to pizza, however. You’ll also find all your favorite mouth-watering Italian classics like pasta, Italian beef and sausage, and cannolis for dessert. If all this sounds delicious, here’s a bonus that might entice you – they cater. So, don’t hesitate to book Connie’s Pizza for your next event. You can’t go wrong with a good old-fashioned pizza party.
Deep Dish Pizza — When in Rome, or in this case Chicago. You pretty much have to try the epic carb and cheese-fest that is Chicago-style pizza.
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