I had Giordano's for the first time two weekends ago - it's the second-best pizza I have ever had, the first being the mom and pop pizza joint near my grandparents (God rest their souls) home on Long Island. I'll still take a New York style pizza over a Chicago style pizza on most days, but I wouldn't turn down Chicago style if offered either.
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Nancy's has always been one of my faves, and is very underrated. Bacino's is another one with great thin and stuffed as well.
I'm with you Klubber; my wife is from Elmhurst and I slowly came to believe Nancy's was better than some of the others mentioned in this thread. You second sentence is key though; if we want the best Chicago pizza, we trek down to the Bacino's on N. Lincoln!
As for Portillo's, I love the place because there are so many choices on the menu and they're all good. Twenty years ago, you had to go looking for one; now they're everywhere!!!
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