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Deep-dish pizza isn't the only game in town, you know. Just check out the fab thin-crust pies at these favorite restaurants.
Updated: April 01, 2002
Piece's New-Haven style, hand-formed pies have made believers out of Chicago pizza junkies.
They may be the first name in deep-dish 'za, but just as many pizza fanatics are crazy for Lou's firm, flaky thin-crust pies.
The thin pies are hand-rolled at this popular Wicker Park spot, where potato and rosemary is just one of the uniquely flavorful menu items.
Piping-hot and dripping with sweet sauce, this Wrigleyville joint's thin 'za has comforted many a heartbroken Cubs fan.
This strip-mall outfit does a serious delivery business of mostly Chicago-style pies, but their flaky, buttery thin crust pizza isn't to be missed either.
This old-school charmer's thin-crust pan pizza offers the best of both worlds: Substantial enough to hold plenty of toppings and tomatoey sauce, with a delicious, light crust.
Specializing in old-fashioned hand-tossed pies, this joint is stuck in the '70s--and yes, that's a good thing.
Go light on the toppings to make the most of the paper-thin crust at this nicer-than-you'd-think Lakeview spot.
You'll love this legend's thin-crust pizzas--cut in squares, they're heavy on mozzarella, easy on sauce.