The Low Down
Save Money: On weekdays at lunch, get an individual pizza plus soup or salad for $6.
Parking: The restaurant offers discounted parking at the garage across the street--$10 for three hours.
The Extras: Uno's small street-side patio provides a perfect opportunity to people-watch and enjoy a beer (more than 50 offered) or a mixed drink, like the Captain Colada--a tall, blended libation of spiced rum and pina colada.
Save Time: For a shorter wait, head across the street to Pizzeria Due, which was opened to handle the overflow from Uno.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Back in 1943, the business of serving pizza took a giant leap forward thanks to Pizzeria Uno. Not surprisingly, just about every celebrity---from rock star to movie star to Brenda Starr (well, maybe her creator)---stops here, or at its sibâ¦
Great deep dish pizza
By Jack J. at Judy's Book
Good: I like how you place your order when you put your name down for the waiting list. This place is seemingly always packed so at least they mak... Read More
A deep dish pizza, very deep, yummmm....
By Pam S at Insider Pages
Every time we come to Chicago we stop and have an Uno's pizza. I love the cheese, the sauce, and the crust. I've even ordered it to go, walked ba... Read More
When in Rome...
By Dave W at Insider Pages
We stopped in here for a traditional deep dish pizza while in Chicago. It definitley isn't like a normal pizza; the sauce was on top of the toppin... Read More
By Christine W at Insider Pages
When in Chicago everyone should experience the tastes of the city; one of which is a traditional deep dish Chicago pizza. It takes a while to get ... Read More
It depends on what you get!
By Christina L at Insider Pages
If you like deep dish- they have pretty good pizza, but their regular thin crust pizza is not very good. It's a unique atmosphere... sort of chaot... Read More