Chicago >Food & Dining > Tedino's Pizzeria & Restaurant
5335 N Sheridan Rd, Chicago, IL | Directions 6064041.979487 -87.654826
Monday 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Sunday 12:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Neighborhoods: Far North Side, Edgewater
Great pizza sauce, speedy delivery! – Tedino's is excellent for delivery, it's not necessarily a dine-in sort of place. Never had a bad order, the staff is friendly and well-trained. We are so happy with this place as our chosen "pizza joint" that we've got Tedino's programmed into our cell phones. We recommend thin crust with extra sauce on the side.
food is good but the attitude is sludge arrogant down talkin predious to blacks and les – i have been a customer for 5 years and never had a problem till tonight september 18 at 9:30 p. m. the manger had a problem understanding how to send 2 ordsers to two different places when i required that it had been over an hour for a burger and i was three blocks away he got real nasty and said i had no money i informed him that i did have money if it was a issue on the diloivery i could have paid for the whole order and he should have told me that in the beginning his reply was that i, i should be happy about when ever it came because ihad no money and proceded to argue with my girl friend loudly fefused to apologise and said that this was the way the resturant was runed now i feel like this is not the way to treat a long time customer and i need to hear from this company he was new not me.and hung up and said it would be a pleasure not to serve us again and since i could not understand his reason to think that he could dismiss me and insult me in the same breath i would like to understant when did the policy change from very appreciative and kind to treat blacks and les with hatred that are also seniors
Made me love Chicago-style pizza! – As a native New Yorker, I had been staunchly anti-deep-dish even 4 years after moving to Chicago... Until I had Tedino's. It's the wonderful flavor of the crust that does it. In addition they've got a buffalo chicken pizza which is heaven to a buffalo-wing lover like myself. If you'd rather make your own they've got a good selection of toppings. My boyfriend and I feel lucky that we live close by. I tried the ravioli once and it was only so-so, but we mostly go there for the pizza anyway. A tip: dine in on Wednesdays for half-price pizza.
Gives "Chicago pizza" a bad name! – I only write this review because of the terrible terrible (did I say terrible?) Tedino's pizza that I ate last night. I have lived in Chicago my entire life, and am now deeply saddened to find that these places just cannot make good pizza anymore. Is it the economy? Is it laziness? Poorly paid staff? Seriously, I think that the sauce was Ragu, and whoever made the thing must have dropped a shaker of oregano in the pie.
Pizza should not include debris – In short, there are many great pizza places in Chicago, and most of them honor a basic contract. That contract is: you pay them money for a pizza and they make you a clean pizza, without debris. Tedinos is not one of these places. Last night, they baked a wooden splinter into our pizza. It was the size of a large toothpick. It was very hard. It was not a stem. My roommate bit directly into it. This is disgusting and could quite possibly be a health concern. We ordered spinach, mushroom and onions, not architectural debris. When I called to complain, one manager very rudely and brusquely told me that he didn't believe me. In a kinder, yet very condescending tone, the next manager offered to replace the pizza, yet added that he wanted to see the splinter. It was late. I didn't want another pizza from them. I wanted my money back. They refused.
Go somewhere else.
Good pizza but NO free delivery – I am new to Chicago. So I can't really compare their pizza to other Chicago area joints. I got the thin crust specialty pizza. If you are from the east coast, this would be much closer to pan pizza for us. It was flaky and crunchy with a great garlicy flavor, but thick. I wanted to write this review mainly to update that delivery is now $2.50. Since free was listed as a "Pro" and why I tried this place. I thought this is good info for others.
Made-to-order stuffed pizzas draw cheers at this laid-back Italian spot in Edgewater Beach. – The Scene
There are plenty of tables and booths in this large dining room, which fills with locals hungry for Tedino's lauded pizza. After you order a stuffed pizza, wander over to the kitchen and try watch the cooks expertly put the pizza together--the dough is rolled into the pan, then goes the cheese and any fillings, then the top layer of crust, then the sauce and a bit more cheese. The final product is almost a piece of art.
The stuffed version is the specialty, with flavors that meld together with a not-too-heavy amount of cheese and a lightly spiced tomato sauce. Options include the Italian (sausage, pepperoni, green peppers, onions, garlic, ricotta and mozzarella) and the Greek (feta, spinach, black olives and onions). The extensive menu also offers pastas, salads, burgers and sandwiches.
Great Pizza - Easy Parking – We get delivery from here rarely - but like to go in with a huge group and just order up! Salads are big and fresh - pizza - the thin crust in particular reminds me of back home in New York - well nearly - their fried foods are all freshly done - mushrooms etc - great value - feel safe because the cops spend their money there for their dinner/lunch breaks. No ambiance but you make your own
YES – Their stuffed pizza is my favorite in Chicago (I've lived here my whole life). Everyone that has taken my phone orders have always been pleasant, patient and helpful if needed. It's a good place.
Good food – I haven't eaten at every pizza place in Chicago, but their thick crust was pretty good. I think they just take a wheel of cheese and bake it. Their thin crust is suprisingly good too, way better than chain places. Service is okay, but nothing too amazing. Theres practically nothing on the walls there, so it doesn't -feel- like a restraunt. Its weird. Its the type of place that can become your usual hang out, though. You get warm bread, so thats a plus. Just go there and get it over with, you'll like it.
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