3 PIZZERIA UNO
Once you’ve worked up an appetite walking round Millennium Park, keep heading north on Michigan Avenue and turn left onto Ohio Street. Walk two blocks to the west until you see Wabash Avenue, and you’re at the home of Pizzeria Uno. No trip to the Windy City is complete without a slice of the casserole-like deepdish pizza, which requires a knife and fork to tuck into. The deep dish was first invented here in 1943, and there are large crowds gathering outside most evenings. It will take around 30-45 minutes for your deep-dish pie to arrive, and do not be surprised if you feel completely full after your first gooey piece. The new menu also offers burgers, salads, and the pizza toppings include items like eggplant and broccoli. But you know why you’re here, so for a really authentic experience, forget those more esoteric pizza toppings and choose from old favorites; sausage or pepperoni (both are the exclusive house recipes) and loaded with cheese. For the same tasty deep dish with a more outdoors atmosphere, walk across the street and try Uno’s sister restaurant, Pizzeria Due.