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Posted by JandR on 01/28/2010
Typically when I want good thin crust pizza, we make our own. From scratch. But this place is pretty good in a pinch. Nice staff. Free delivery. A bit pricy but overall pretty good pizza. Interesting menu but also offers the standards.
Posted by Carbs worth eating!! on 06/22/2008
Finally, a thin crust pizza I can actually say is WORTH eating those dreaded Carbs'! Loved the salad I had at their lincoln square location and now, have fallen in Love with the Thin Crust Pizza! If you really know Italian Style pizza you'll immeadiately fall in Love with Apart Pizza Company! The Cashier was very helpful with explaining what would be better for my taste buds! The 20 minutes I waited was worth it! My lunch order came with a free soda, priced right! If you go and don't know what to order, try my new fav the Capra-Arugula ....sauce was perfect not too much not too little. Every bite was blended perfectly! Amazing! You can't have a domino's, pizza hut pallete here...if you've been to Italy, I need not say more....ciao
Posted by Ashley on 10/19/2007
After reading the previous review I felt I had to post my experience with Apart. I completely agreed that the menu sounded great with very interesting ingredients and fancy words. My experience with the pizza however was the total opposite from the previous review. The pizza was so soggy and greasy it was inedible. After half a pizza each, my husband and I tossed the whole pie. Save yourself the trouble and money and don't fall for the fluffy menu
Posted by Amanda on 09/05/2007
I just moved to Andersonville from Lincoln Square and was SO excited that Apart opened a second location in my neighborhood. I finally tried it last week with my friends.. after giving it this HUGE build up, saying it was the best pizza in Chicago, and I was really disappointed. The guy on the phone was very nice, as was the delivery man. The delivery itself, however, took about an hour and 20 minutes instead of the quoted 50 minutes, but with free delivery I kind of overlooked that. The pizza itself was quite overcooked. The crust was black on the edges and it was so dry that it sounded like a pita chip when you bit into it. (Literally, we were all crunching as we ate.) I am an avid supporter of this place, and I will try it again, but I am very glad that this wasn't my first impression. I hope they work out the kinks soon... it's got a lot to live up to, being the follow up to the place on Montrose. Maybe Apart needs a little coaching from Lou PInella. :) I'll follow up after we try it again!