Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Morris, Illinois, United States. The city of Morris is the county seat of Grundy County, Illinois, United States and part of southwest Chicagoland. The population was 13,636 at the 2010 census, making it the largest community in Grundy County.
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Walking into Sam's Pizza in Morris is like taking a step back through time to the 1960s. There are no "conveyor belt" pizza ovens. The pizza dough is run through an auto-roller, and then hand thrown. The prices - well, they are higher than you'd pay from the chain pizza places. However, if you are looking for a truly unique pizza experience, Sam's can provide you with one.If you want the "Little Cesar's" experience, well, go there.Here is what you get:Toppings: probably more than you should. We ordered a Sam's Special, which comes with sausage, green peppers, pepperoni, black olives and onions, and we added green olives to the mix. This was a large (16") pizza, which we walked out the door with for $24.17, with tax.It's not a thin crust, where you get that wafer thin stuff. It's not a thick crust, where you get that almost bread-like crust. It's a traditional crust, which is closer to thin than thick.The sauce has a nice zing to it, and in general, it's a good pizza experience.The restaurant itself is nice, newly remodeled, and clean. They do offer a luncheon brunch, and are open way late.
This is easily the best pizza in Morris, and in the surrounding area. I make it a point to get a take home pizza every time I'm in Morris. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for some good Chicago style pizza. It can be a little pricey compared to a few other pizza chains, but make sure you use the coupons available with just about every purchase. They always have pizza deals that make this place well worth it. I just wish they had one in Indianapolis.
We wanted to try out this place, which took over the site of the former Chicago Pizza Department in Morris, IL.They lightened the interior up, and removed the wall between the bar and the restaurant area, which opened up the space. They have some high windows in the west wall, and only a few of them have what appears to be car sun shields in them. The evening sun will probably be nasty if you are not behind one of those sun screens.The wall is covered with old pictures and some political ads from local candidates, and some odd articles about lawsuits. It's an odd theme that probably looked good on paper.The menu seems very familiar - the pizzas all seem to be the same as the previous restaurant. The odd thing is the names of the pizzas don't mesh with the new theme for the restaurant.We went in for some beer and pizza, and when we asked what kind of beers they had, rather than produce a beer list or list the beers, the waitress oddly said "well, what beer do you want?" We picked some pretty typical brews, and they had them. Still, we were hoping for something with a little craft beer flair to it. I guess were were hoping for too much.We ordered our pizza, which came out hot and fresh, with plenty of garlic. It was pretty average thin crust pizza.Wanting to stay on the drive-able side, one of our party switched to soft drinks. They have Coke products. The Coke she ordered was flat - they must have been out of CO2 or something. Our drinks got refilled without asking, which is a plus.Plusses: Garlic on the pizza. Probably too much. Drinks get refilled (when free).Minuses: Service wasn't great. It seemed forced - doing her job.
4 based on 27 reviews
My family and I got takeout from here. The cheese raviolis had zero taste and there were literally 6 raviolis in about 4 cups of sauce. Each of my family members had stomachaches that night. We won't be ordering from there again.
4 based on 36 reviews
We were staying at the Comfort Inn two doors down and stopped in for dinner. Basically this is similar to a fast food restaurant; you order at the counter and they bring your food to your table. Not much by way of dining atmosphere. We ordered an 8 inch personal pizza, a Greek salad and a 12 inch gluten free pizza. All were very good. We had nearly half of a pizza to take home. A number of customers were eating what looked like delicious grinders. They also have a limited selection of bottled beer.
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