When you’re craving a pie with unconventional ingredients from clams to ham, dial up one of these Chicago institutions for a crazy and memorable pizza experience.
Chicago is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the country. Large populations of first and second generation nationalities call the Windy City home and continue to celebrate many of their home country’s traditions. And while the common denominator of each celebration is the gathering of family and friends, the similarities end there. Traditional ethnic food and special ceremonies vary greatly.
Calzones are like pizza’s favorite cousin. They look and smell almost like pizza, but have their own distinct taste. Take hot, baked dough, stuff it with gooey cheese, sauce, and pizza toppings, and you have yourself a delicious calzone. We’ve rounded up some of the best calzone joints in Chicago.
Mass on Sunday, the afternoon at nana’s, the family all together.
Whatever you’re looking for in Italian food, you can find it in Chicago.