Uno Chicago Grill is a full-service restaurant that serves ribs, seafood, burgers, steaks, pasta dishes, appetizers, desserts and Chicago Original Deep Dish Pizza. With several locations in Chicago, the restaurant s list of drinks features more than 10 wines and various specialty drinks, including frozen, mixed and nonalcoholic options. It offers various appetizers, such as chicken thumbs, The Chi-Town Tasting Plate, buffalo wings and buffalo bites. Established in 1943, the restaurant offers deep-dish pizzas, including Numero Uno, Shroom, Spinoccoli, Bianco, Prima Pepperoni and Farmer s Market. Uno Chicago Grill also serves veggie and Philly burgers, as well as crispy chipotle chicken and grilled chicken sandwiches. It is a part of Uno Restaurant Holdings Corporation, which franchises and operates more than 200 restaurants.

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Erik H.

04/22/2020

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I've been going to Pizzeria Uno since 1964, and on a good day, their pizza is the best in the world!

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Kristine M.

07/03/2015

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Awesome service and food !!!!!

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rocketmann

04/11/2012

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THE ORIGINAL AND STILL THE BES...

THE ORIGINAL AND STILL THE BEST!!!

I just moved to Chicago (in 8 days---quick trip!) and HAD to try the original (at least I think it is) Uno's. #1-derful, to say the least!! i just moved from the California desert, and missed good, solid pizza. The pizza in Califronia tends to generally be NYC-style, i.e. thin without a lot of toppings. Chicago is wayyyyyy different, as everyone knows and now I (thankfully!) have experienced.

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jackiebob80

03/26/2011

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Good deep dish

People seem to either hate Pizzeria Uno, or love it, depending on their love of pizza and their background. This review is geared toward tourists, as downtown locals more than likely have been here already and have formed their opinons.



Things tourists might dislike:

The wait times can be pretty long (45 mins to over an hour when it's busy) and the place is small and cramped. Noise levels can also get pretty loud.



Things tourists might like:

Even though the wait times can be long, you can at least place your order when you put your name down so at least you may not have to wait much longer after you sit down for your deep dish pizza (which traditionally takes longer to make than a regular or thin crust).



Things tourists might like or dislike:

The deep dish pizza itself! I've had friends from the west coast come out and absolutely love the pie-like crust and how the toppings are placed under the cheese. At the same time, I've heard complaints about the tomato chunks in the sauce. Friends from the east coast have just plainly said that nothing is better than New York pizza. I have not had the chance to judge, though I hope to do so this summer.



So there it is. I hope this helps people that have never been to Pizzeria Uno. If you're from out of town and are in downtown, I recommend a go at this place.

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pizzaficionado

04/21/2008

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The Best in the U.S.

I love pizza, and especially deep dish. Uno's is the absolute best deep-dish pizza... ever... anywhere! Very few people know that the recipe is specific to this original Pizzeria Uno location, or that deep-dish pizza started here: thick crust, then cheese, then toppings, then tomatos and sauce on top. Any nay-sayers who complain about waiting an hour to get the delightful dish ought to know... Hello! ... That's how long you have to wait for your pizza to cook. Head to Ohio and Wabash early to beat the lunch or dinner rushes. If you must, head over to Pizzeria Due, a short walk away.

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kyms66

01/25/2008

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The Best!

Don't let the guy who loves Edwardo's fool you...UNO is Chicago Pizza at it's best.

Ask for butter crust and you won't ever want another pizza.

I suspect the edwardo's guy is not from Chicago...because any real Chicagoian would tell you, eat at UNO's if you want real Chicago Pizza. That man must be from New York.

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bakeshoppegirl

12/09/2007

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the best

the original and best pizza in the pan!

More Business Info

Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Thu:
Fri:
Sat:
Sun:
Extra Phones

Phone: 312-280-5120

Phone: 312-670-1228

Fax: 312-280-5125

Payment method
amex, diners club, discover, master card, visa, all major credit cards, check
Price Range
$$
Neighborhoods
Central Chicago, Near North Side
AKA

Pizzeria Uno Restaurant

Pizzeria Uno

Uno Pizzeria & Grill

Categories
Italian Restaurants, Bar & Grills, Pizza, Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Garage, Validated

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Good For Groups: Yes

Good for Kids: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Take Out: Yes

Cuisines: Take Out, Italian, European, Continental, Bar & Grills, Pizza

Alcohol: Beer, Wine

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Price Range : Average