115 S 1st St, Champaign, IL 61820
2000 N Neil St, Champaign, IL 61820
If you are in Illinois or call Illinois home and you publicly say that you are not a fan of Chicago deep-dish pizza, we wish you the best. Folks from Illinois are huge fans of their prized pizza and they do not take any deep-dish slander lightly. Although the city of Champaign is not Chicago itself, the love of Chicago deep-dish pizza has still permeated the city, making deep-dish pizza their favorite.
Chicago-style deep-dish pizza is made similarly to regular pizza, except the crust is shaped differently. The flavors are still classical Italian favorites, like tomato sauce seasoned with basil, thyme, and garlic, as well as mozzarella cheese to finish the pizza. The crust is usually thicker than the average pizza and is pulled up at the sides to create a one-inch high wall around the center of the pizza.
In this well, the sauce, cheese, and toppings are loaded on to complete the pizza. They call it deep-dish because the pizza itself lies slightly deeper than a regular pizza would, which makes all the difference to deep-dish eaters.
Pizza delivery is one of the greatest ideas to have blessed the 21st century because it makes long nights or busy days that much easier. No time to cook? No worries. Just order a pizza. Bad day? Get a pizza. In Champaign, Illinois? Order a pizza from Manzella's Italian Restaurant. Manzella's Italian Restaurant has over 190 rave reviews and an average of 5 stars out of 5.
They serve traditional and specialty pizzas to their loyal customers who enjoy the fun twists that Manzellas puts on the traditional pizzas. One of the favorites at Manzella’s Italian Restaurant is the Chicken Garlic Pesto pizza made with pesto sauce, garlic, chicken, red onions, and a hand-tossed crust.
Manzella's Italian Restaurant also has plenty of side dishes, salads, appetizers, soups, and pasta for you and your family to pick from. Order online, over the phone, or in person today, and enjoy your delicious pizza.
Thanks to its fantastic reputation and 5-star reviews, Manzella’s Italian Restaurant is our pick for best takeout pizza. Manzella’s food is simply too good for folks to pass up. They have great reviews, short wait times, and more importantly, amazing pizzas.
Manzella’s Italian Restaurant has a create-your-own option where you can select from plenty of delicious traditional and gourmet toppings to build the pizza of your dreams. Or you can order one of their fantastic specialty pies, like the Primavera pizza which has olive oil, fresh garlic, tomatoes, and roasted peppers on a hand-tossed crust.
To order a pizza or other dishes from Manzella’s Italian Restaurant either order online, over the phone, or walk-in. Wait time is usually about 15 to 30 minutes, so you will most likely be in and out very quickly.
Filippo’s of Mahomet is the place to go if you are a fan of pizza and in Mahomet. Some people drive from Champaign just to get pizza from Filippo’s. They are a local favorite and have been serving their community and the Mahomet area for decades, since 1970. They are a tried and true local gem. Plus, on Fridays and Saturdays, they are open until 1 AM. So next time you find yourself in the Mahomet area, drive over to Tin Cup Road and stop in for a slice of Filippo’s pizza. You will not regret it.
Located a short drive south of Champaign is Tolono, a small town with a smaller pizzeria population. But, even the smallest of towns have a pizzeria. It is practically a rule. Here in Tolono, Monical's Pizza Restaurant is a local favorite with great reviews and even better pizza. They offer online, in-store, and phone orders to make your life easier, and have information on all possible allergens in their food so you know exactly what is happening in the kitchen.
Located due east of the city of Champaign is the small town of St. Joseph. Here you will find Padano’s Pizza, a local gem that everyone adores. Here they offer a wide array of appetizers, fresh salads, and of course, pizza. They are the only pizzeria in St. Josephs that offers classic Chicago deep-dish pizza, probably because there are only two pizzerias in town. Yet folks come from the city of Champaign just for their pizza so they are doing just fine.
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