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Does the spirit of Due live on anywhere?

Kevelor | Jun 3, 200009:28 PM     1

I've been on the road for a number of years and made a pilgrimage back to my favorite Chicago pizza place--Due's--to enjoy and impress my bride to be. It was a very, very sad time. Sold out to a chain developer, I was told. The pizza tasted like some acursed cost accountant's idea of improved margins. The Unos now dotting the burbs are worse. If you know the taste and style of the good old days, tell me, I beg you, that there remains a privately owned joint serving something like the good old days!

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