Food was very good. The salad was excellent. The calzone was very good but a little greasy. Beer selection was very good. Busy place, but got seated in a few minutes.
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After a full day of errand running, shopping, etc, my daughter and I stopped in at Old Chicago late. They weren't busy, however, the service was so slow, just to get a hostess to greet us and seat us, that we were about to leave...More
I routinely traveled through northern Italy and admitted that the US could not come close. Now I am not so sure. I rarely take pizza as a leftover but did with this place. Fresh ingredients and the crust was devine.
Went here with my wife and daughter's family. We were greeted promptly and seated right away. Had Sausage Onion Rolls for $8.79, a Fish and Chips for $12.49 (too high) Bacon Burger for $10.49 Beers were $5.79 (decent). It seems food preparation is getting very...More
I got the large pizza with my family and it was the size of your regular pizza...only for $28. The pizza itself was wonderful and tasted awesome, but it was just overpriced for what it was.
I must admit that when I get to choose what restaurant to go to these days, I usually choose Old Chicago. Their tavern crust is my favorite pizza. Often, we just get a huge plate of nachos and share around the table. My spouse prefers...More
Old chicago is one of those places with consistent food, cold beer, and wont break your budget for a small group or even a large gathering. Their happy hour food, pizzas, calzones, etc are always delicious, albeit a little bit heavy on the grease, but...More
Everything in this place is a greasy mess including the food. The place is run down with wobbly tables and chairs and messed up booths. The food itself is so awful. It's just a grease pit. That's all I can really say.
We were staying at the hotel next store and decided to stop in for a bite. We had never eaten at an Old Chicago before but we will defineately be back. The food was really good, the service was fast, and the menu had a...More
The savory smell waffling outside of Old Chicago drew us in immediately. We were hooked. It took us 20 minutes to get our drink order, and 40 minutes to get our food order at 9:30 on a Tuesday night. It was hard to understand what...More