Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Morton Grove. Morton Grove is a village in Cook County, Illinois, United States. As of the 2010 census, the population was 23,270, for a growth rate of 3.6% since 2000.
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3 based on 27 reviews
Food is wonderful, service lacking consistently no matter if we are at Moretti's in Morton Grove or in Edison Park. Their take out service I highly recommend. Parking lot always full. Their community involvement I give a 5 star rating.
Been a local resident of Morton Grove all of my life. Mr. and Mrs. Nano's have been there throughout the years supporting the community and making great food. I like it because it's all home made and one of them is always there to make sure of that.
4 based on 23 reviews
We stopped in on Monday night to take advantage of The Bringer Inn burger special which is a half pound burger for $4.00 or with cheese $5.00. French fries are extra. We have found that the burger is huge, filling and when medium rare - it is perfectly done. We sat in the dining room behind the bar for a change which is nice if you prefer lower tables. For the first time, I did notice that there is a small patio. The single server, Ann, was very efficient and was taking care of everyone - almost effortlessly. Come for the burgers, they are worth every penny. I believe that Mike is the cook and he does a great job with those burgers!
4 based on 34 reviews
Casual family dining
Very good thin-crust pizza. The appetizers and sandwiches are also very good. Beer is usually ordered by the pitcher. Many TVs to watch sports are available. Bench seating throughout.
4 based on 212 reviews
Considered the oldest family name in Chicago pizza, Lou Malnati's is as rich in history as its deep dish pizza is in flavor. We use only the freshest and finest ingredients to craft each pizza by hand. Come try our legendary deep dish pizza with our famou
A friend was heading back home, but she wanted to take a couple of Chicago-style pizzas back with her. We decided on Lou Malnati's as the nearest and also one of the best of the Chicago-style pizzas. We went to this Lou Malnati's where they had a nice selection of frozen pizzas She selected three different types - a spinach, a sausage and a pepperoni pizza. Now packed away in her suitcase, they're winging their way back to San Francisco to spread some Chicago-style pizza cheer. The prices were quite reasonable and the staff was very helpfulHi Allen, Thank you so much for your review! We are happy to hear you had a great experience with us! We truly appreciate your feedback and we hope you come visit us again soon. Best, Michelle Martinez Lou Malnati's Pizzeria
4 based on 53 reviews
We stopped at this long-time restaurant and watering hole for a Saturday lunch. All of the college football games were on the many screens. I opted for a burger. My wife went Italian with Egg plant Parmesan. Her portion was like two so she took half home. I knocked off the burger but couldnât finish the coleslaw and cooked vegetables. Great service! Huge beer selection but a little early for us. Nice menu.
4 based on 57 reviews
Met Burt, ate the pie, reviewed the joint during their final season. On hearing of the "revival", I dined in on a Sunday. Drank a beer while waiting, wasted $5.50 on a MISERABLE salad. It's all about the pizza there, and while there's apparently no need to order well done - girl called it 'extra crispy', the results are more than plausible.Met the new owner at the meal's end. He's a nice, earnest fellow who's making his first bones in the dining world. Offered some suggestions for further research on the holy grail of crust, since Pequod's is right down the street. Variety is the spice, homage notwithstanding!
4 based on 65 reviews
Famous Chicago-style deep dish pizza right in your neighborhood. Visit us for a family-friendly atmosphere and delicious food or order your meal online for pickup or delivery.
We have found some really good deep dish pizzas. When we came to Giordano's, our decision was made because we hadn't been here before and we wanted to try their version. We ordered a large Chicago classic - deep dish pizza which had pepperoni, mushrooms, green peppers & onions. We had called our order in, so that it would be ready when we arrived and it was only a few minutes after we were seated that the pizza was brought to the table. The staff was friendly, the price was reasonable, for what we ate at the restaurant and for what we took home. There is free parking available.
4 based on 125 reviews
Four of us decided upon Graziano's Brick Oven Pizza for lunch. There was more than adequate parking. We were seated immediately and were brought menus and our server took our drink order. Two of the items that we ordered were chicken marsala and the other was an Italian salad. The service was very efficient and attentive and our server was very personable. The prices were reasonable and the portions were ample. We found everything to be delicious.
4 based on 191 reviews
We tried this place after we had heard from more than a few people, that it was worth going to.The caramelized crust really make the pizza one of a kind.I have read reviews that say it is burnt. It says on their menu that they cook it this way!!! I believe it almost gives it a sweet flavored crust and it really tastes better then other pan or stuffed pizza that is too doughy. Overall a great pizza, and definitely worth a stop if you are in the area. The service was Excellent considering we came around lunchtime and it was packed. Expect a 30- 1hr wait for your pan pizza to cook, unless you pre-order which we will do next time. Great Pizza stop....
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