Despite what the entire world thinks, Chicago isn’t just a deep dish city, and we’ll happily make room for a place like Robert’s. The highlight here is the flavorful, airy, slightly crispy thin crust. You’ll find a variety of toppings, from fennel with pepperoni and honey, to sausage with caramelized onions. While the crust is always excellent, the topping combinations aren’t always balanced. That said, it’s worth a visit if you’re anywhere near Navy Pier and want pizza options besides Giordano’s.
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