Roots is one of the only neighborhood options for dine-in pizza, and luckily it’s a solid option. The pizza is Quad-Cities style, which means it’s in cut into rectangles and the toppings are under the cheese. The menu is huge, with a decent selection of salads and rotating group of pizzas designed by local chefs. A huge bar area, large patio outside, and interesting specialty pies make it a great local spot for hanging out with pizza and beer.
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Jimmy’s Pizza Cafe
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Maple & Ash
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Mindy's Hot Chocolate
Mindy's is a cool but casual Wicker Park spot good for lunch, dinner, or weekend brunch. Plan on getting a homemade hot chocolate as dessert.
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