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The Art of Pizza

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  • Pizza, Sandwiches, Wings
  • 3033 N Ashland Ave, Chicago IL60657 41.937015 -87.668663
  • (At W Nelson St)
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  • (773) 327-5600
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User Ratings (Based on 26 reviews)

Food 4.4 Value 4.4
Service 4.0 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

(773) 327-5600
Delivery ($2.95 Fee) Take Out Catering Visa, MC, Disc
Sun-Thu: 11am-11pm Fri-Sat: 11am-12am
Lunch, Dinner
Cheap Eats, Open Late, BYOB, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering

User Reviews

  • The Art of Pizza

    Posted by Andrew on 08/09/2011

    Good pizza, 2.5 hour delivery time

    We order from Art of Pizza about once a week. The pizza is consistently good and delivery usually takes 45 min to an hour, pretty standard for the city especially since we live on the north end of their delivery area. However, last night was a completely different story, we ordered last night at 6:30pm and did not receive our pizza until almost 9:00pm. When we called at 8:15 to see where our pizza was, we were told its out and should be there any minute, no apology, no offer of a discount, and it still took 45 minutes longer for the pizza to be delivered luke warm. A real disappointment from a good pizza place, I think we are going to take some time off from Art of Pizza.

  • The Art of Pizza

    Posted by anonymous on 04/28/2011

    Excellent Pan Pizza

    The best pan pizza I've found in Chicago, and it's in a fast-food type place. Too bad they aren't open later.

  • The Art of Pizza

    Posted by anonymous on 12/17/2010

    Best Chicago Style Pizza

    Best Chicago pizza. Hands down. It's delicious, plenty of sauce and cheese and only about $3 a slice!

  • The Art of Pizza

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/23/2010

    Good thin pizza too

    This place is great, fav pizza spot so far. Friday nite pizza delivery is not so great, pizza came undercooked, but I am sure they are trying to run a lot of pizzas especially weekend nights

  • The Art of Pizza

    Posted by anonymous on 05/08/2010

    Good Stuff

    I was excited to try AOP as I'd heard good things. So my husband and I went there for dinner before heading out for the night. The pizza was very good however we ordered it by the slice and the warmer that they use to keep the pizza "warm" just doesn't work. The cheese was not melted which was a bit disappointing. Next time I will try to order a whole pizza and hopefully it will come hot out of the oven with melted cheese.

  • The Art of Pizza

    Posted by Charles on 04/19/2010

    Sooo good

    My wife and I moved to Chicago in February. During the first few weeks of apartment searching, moving in and unboxing we didn't want to cook - so we tried pretty much every stuffed pizza outlet we could find in the city. We'd never have heard of AOP except the doorman gave us their flyer. Why in god's name do they not have a web site? Anyway, their pizza is truly amazing. Best stuffed pizza in Chicago. Wifey and I usually order the largest stuffed one and eat it over 4 days in a row - that's how much we love it. If guests come and they want delivery I go for AOP, but if they want the full sit-down I still prefer Gino's East on Superior downtown (especially as Gino's has the world's greatest mozzarella sticks).

  • The Art of Pizza

    Posted by Jeff on 02/15/2010

    Best Stuffed Pizza

    I can't speak to the thin crust or pan, because I haven't tried them yet, but the stuffed pizza is the best my wife and I have tried. (Better than Gino's East, Giordanos and Lou Malnati's deep dish.) So far, I have had the sausage and the hawaiian. My wife has had the pepperoni and the vegetarian. All have been either carryout or delivery and we have yet to be disappointed. The Tribune ranked this place No. 1 in the city for a reason -- the sauce, the cheese, the crust, the extra layer of dough, all are better than the competition and make it delicious. If someone has a negative review, either they didn't get the stuffed pizza or they're a competitor with an agenda.

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