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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ-BULLS View Post
    For reals?

    I lived in melrose park, and attended proviso east HS in maywood dood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ-BULLS View Post
    For reals?

    I lived in melrose park, and attended proviso east HS in maywood dood.
    Dude I went to East to. I graduated in 1998.
    "Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships."
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    Whoa. Maybe you two are related.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayruiz View Post
    Nerd!!
    Nop, im a athletic basketball nerd.

    Quote Originally Posted by JordansBulls View Post
    Dude I went to East to. I graduated in 1998.
    seriously? sweet, i went to east for my freshmen and sophomore year, then transferred to proviso west HS over at Hillside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosh View Post
    Whoa. Maybe you two are related.
    Just maybe, maybe, we come from the greatest breed of all time if you know what im saying.

    but we have our differences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ-BULLS View Post
    Nop, im a athletic basketball nerd.



    seriously? sweet, i went to east for my freshmen and sophomore year, then transferred to proviso west HS over at Hillside.
    How you going to switch to West when they were bitter rivals?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JordansBulls View Post
    How you going to switch to West when they were bitter rivals?
    I know that.

    It got pretty crazy after my freshmen year, alot of gang activity and alot of the teachers were pricks. Those were some of the reasons why i left the school.

    I moved to hillside, so thats the school i had to attend.

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    I've lived in Chicago my whole life, these are my top 5:

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    1) Lou Malnati's (958 West Wrightwood, Chicago, IL)

    • Nothing tops this place, it has the hands down best deep dish in Chicago. Get the sausage patty on it, you'll love it.



    2) Edwardo's (2662 N Halsted, Chicago, IL)

    • This is the one that not many people know about. Its been around forever, uses all fresh natural ingredients, and the staff is really nice. I've been going there since I was in grade school with my parents. You won't regret their deepdish



    3) Pizano's Pizza & Pasta (61 East Madison Street, Chicago, IL)

    • Located right by Millennium Park, this is a great place to go to. You can walk around downtown, then head over here. The atmosphere in the place is very old school Italian Chicago. And the pizza is amazing. Not to mention, their pasta dishes are really unique and are worth the trip as well.



    4) Pequod's Pizza (2207 North Clybourn Avenue, Chicago, IL )

    • Awesome pizza, big time Blackhawks bar, great pan pizza.



    5) Gino's East (633 North Wells Street, Chicago, IL)

    • Classic Chicago deep dish, a must have for everyone visiting the city. Go to this location downtown, plenty of good bars around after you fill up on their pizza.
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    ughhhhh so hungry for deep dish right now...

    Lou's has always been my favorite. Deep dish, butter crust, garlic, sausage mmmmm

    Chi town public schools born and raised right here. Out in NYC right now but moving back to the city in the fall, cant wait!

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    also, i know im strayin a little, but the thin crust hipster pizza at Peace in Wicker Park is pretty dankness.

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    My deacon told me that Derrick Rose & scottie pippen are frequent Pizanos all the time(not together). So maybe you'll get lucky JB.

    The only one that I haven't seen mentioned that I believe is pretty good is Piece Pizza on North avenue. They only serve thin crust pizzas and aren't overwhelmingly filling. I usually share a medium with my girl or an xl for 3 guys. They also have award winning micro brewery. I'm not that big of a fan, I like Belgium style beer.

    great, after i post this ecorrea post piece... hahah figures........
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    Most of the top places have been covered. Lou Malnati's is tops for me. Pizano's is a family offshoot. A couple other nationally recognized top places that not as many people know about:

    Great Lake (Andersonville) - Sometimes listed in top 10 in nation
    Burt's Place (Morton Grove) - Founded Pequod's and Gulliver's. Doesn't care about money anymore, so makes best pizza possible now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosh View Post
    We have a Bacci right by campus. And it totally blows. Total drunk food, haha.
    haha ya i live in p-town too... that place is GREAT giant drunk food along the lines of la bamba and hoops.

    back on off topic: Lou Malnati's is the best imo.



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    Quote Originally Posted by synister281 View Post
    I've lived in Chicago my whole life, these are my top 5:

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    1) Lou Malnati's (958 West Wrightwood, Chicago, IL)

    • Nothing tops this place, it has the hands down best deep dish in Chicago. Get the sausage patty on it, you'll love it.



    2) Edwardo's (2662 N Halsted, Chicago, IL)

    • This is the one that not many people know about. Its been around forever, uses all fresh natural ingredients, and the staff is really nice. I've been going there since I was in grade school with my parents. You won't regret their deepdish



    3) Pizano's Pizza & Pasta (61 East Madison Street, Chicago, IL)

    • Located right by Millennium Park, this is a great place to go to. You can walk around downtown, then head over here. The atmosphere in the place is very old school Italian Chicago. And the pizza is amazing. Not to mention, their pasta dishes are really unique and are worth the trip as well.



    4) Pequod's Pizza (2207 North Clybourn Avenue, Chicago, IL )

    • Awesome pizza, big time Blackhawks bar, great pan pizza.



    5) Gino's East (633 North Wells Street, Chicago, IL)

    • Classic Chicago deep dish, a must have for everyone visiting the city. Go to this location downtown, plenty of good bars around after you fill up on their pizza.
    I like your list, but I would probablly sub out 3 and 4 (just becaused I've never had either one) with:

    3) Homerun inn pizza 4254 West 31st Street, Chicago - (773) 247-9696
    don't judge it based on the frozen, at the actual resturant the pizza is 10x better.
    4) Reggio's Pizza 1339 S. Halsted Street, Chicago - (312) 455-1211
    best turkey sausage pizza around.

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    If anyone has watched Anthony Bourdain - No Reservations, they showed a deep dish pizza place that looked great. I think there was only one of them and I don't remember what it is. I'm going to try to google it, but if you know what I'm talking about, let me know.

    It's called Burt's Place in Morton Grove.
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