This would be a five star if the service was better. The location is clean and the food was very good. We ordered a deep dish Chicago style pizza 🍕 which was so good. We only got a small which would have been just right for two people. Then we ordered medium Rudy thin crust pizza since it had a high rating. It was even better than the pie. Would go back again and just hope for a better waitress. It was somewhat loud in there and we could barely hear her. She was not friendly and didn’t really make us feel welcome. Hopefully this is just a one time situation.
Very nice staff. Portions are huge! We started with appetizers: cheesy garlic bread, tortellini soup pizano's way and had plenty of drinks to cool off during the early evening. After all the bread, we split a spaghetti with our party and had to stop as we couldn't eat anymore. Wow! Everything was so yummy 😋
Pizano’s is Chicago’s greatest treasure. The history, atmosphere, service, and most of all, the food, is all out of this world incredible. We visited Pizano’s on Madison in downtown, it is conveniently located in the heart of the city, the only pain was trying to find parking and settling for a garage, the exorbitant amount the city charges for parking is really crazy. Back to the experience, we were greeted by Gil as we entered Pizano’s, his friendly joyful energy was awesome and the atmosphere in the restaurant was inviting. The service was fast, professionally timed, and spot on with recommendations. The food was WOW! Their pies are on a whole other level!!! The Tortellini was damn incredible!!! I wish there would have been room for dessert, but not this time unfortunately. Pizano’s Pizza & Pasta is a must stop in if you find yourself in Chicago, there are several locations around the city. Pizano’s is aChicago “Must Experience”!!!
The food here is basic. The dinner salad was a iceberg lettuce and a few sad looking vegetables, and the salad dressing tasted just as fun (bargain store stuff). I had hopes for the deep dish but the first bite tasted like the fermentation of the yeast from the dough. The sauce was not exceptional either. The pasta was okayyyy. For the price I was expecting more. BUT The vibe is good. The employees are nice. Kelsi served us and was very friendly and attentive. The Latinx guys who helped serve and clean up were also very attentive. The bathroom is clean, down a flight of stairs. It’s the kind of place you take the family for on a Friday night, or your soccer team after a match. If they changed up the menu or if the food got better I’d come again. For good deep dish go to the Art of Pizza off Polk st.
Excellent food! The deep-dish was delicious but the pasta was absolutely the bomb. Lots of seating around the bar as this place gets packed in the evenings. Usually 20+ minutes has been my experience but the bar had open seats. Just have to walk around to see behind the massive centerpiece in the bar. Absolutely worth waiting.
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