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What is Deep Dish Pizza?

In the Midwest, Chicago deep dish pizza is a way of life. But, for those in other parts of the country, deep dish pizza may seem like an out-of-the-box concept. Don’t be intimidated. Deep dish pizza, which is stuffed with whole milk mozzarella, packed with your favorite toppings, and covered in an addictive thick tomato sauce, is simply divine. Wanna go deep? You can find a great deep dish pizza anywhere on the Slice app, even if you’re not in the Chicago area.

Deep Dish Pizza in Chicago


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Cochiaro's Pizza

4.7(450)

4741 W Fullerton Ave

Chicago, IL 60639

Closed
$3.00 Delivery
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Bartoli's Pizzeria

4.7(81)

1955 W Addison St

Chicago, IL 60613

Closed
$3.00 - $4.00 Delivery
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Panino's Pizza

4.8(590)

3702 North Broadway

Chicago, IL 60613

Closed
$3.99 Delivery
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Rosati's Pizza

4.5(62)

8342 Grand Ave

Chicago, IL 60171

Closed
$4.00 Delivery
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Rosati's Pizza

4.6(54)

4863 N Broadway

Chicago, IL 60640

Closed
$3.50 Delivery
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Deep Dish Pizza in Brooklyn


The House of Pizza & Calzone

4.8(508)

132 Union St

Brooklyn, NY 11231

Closed
Free Delivery
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Antonio's Pizza

4.8(752)

318 Flatbush Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11238

Closed
$2.00 Delivery
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Mike's Pizza

4.7(767)

3337 Fulton St

Brooklyn, NY 11208

Open Now
$2.00 Delivery
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Mark's Red Hook Pizza

4.7(465)

326 Van Brunt St

Brooklyn, NY 11231

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Free Delivery
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Rosa's Pizza

4.8(361)

374 Metropolitan Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11211

Closed
$2.00 Delivery
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FAQ

Q: What is the difference between deep dish and pan pizza?

A: Pan pizza can refer to any type of pizza made in a pan, and Chicago’s deep dish is, in fact, made in a pan. However, most pan pizzas have the traditional layering of sauce, cheese, meats, and veggies on top of the pizza. Deep dish, on the other hand, is made with a surprisingly thin crust with tons of toppings inside.

Q: What is the best way to reheat deep dish pizza?

A: Deep dish pizza can be reheated in the microwave, but the best way to tackle those ample leftovers is by reheating it in the oven. To heat your deep dish pizza in the oven, preheat to 350 degrees and place your leftover pie on greased cookie sheet. Then, sprinkle water atop the pie to help it retain its moisture and set a timer for 15-20 minutes. To further protect the pie's moisture during the reheating process, you can also tent the pie with aluminum foil.

Q: Who invented deep dish pizza?

A: Some say that deep dish pizza was invented by Chicago’s Ike Sewell, the founder of Pizzeria Uno. Others say that the real inventor was Rudy Malnati, his longtime employee. Ultimately, this is a mystery that may never be solved, despite the ongoing efforts of Chicago’s foremost food experts and historians.

Q: Can I get a deep dish pizza outside of the Chicago area?

A: Deep dish pizza may have been born in Chicagoland, but it is beloved everywhere in the United States. To find and order a deliciously cheesy deep dish pizza near you for pickup or delivery, download the Slice app today.

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