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Steve N. | May 26, 200407:40 PM     2

Kirk praised this joint about a year ago. I went with my family the other night. It was a big hit with everyone. We had chicago style pies. Our pie, which the owner picked out for us, had sausage, onions, mushrooms, and green olives. The crust, sauce and toppings were all very good. The owner was very nice and helpful. I am a yankee, so I know pizza, and this was good pizza. But I am not an expert on chicago style pizza. My only point of reference is Uno's. CS was considerably better than Uno's. CS is very small, with only a few tables. Don't expect anything fancy - it looks like a takeout pizzeria.

One item of note - Chicago style pizzas take about 40 minutes to cook. So order ahead or be prepared to wait.

Has anyone tried any of the other menu items here?

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