I’m in Chicago yo! And being as touristy as ever. I’m actually going on a segway tour later today. SO EXCITED!!! Never been on a segway before.
Anyway, Chicago is known for it’s deep-dish pizza. So as a tourist, I decided to go there.
So since Giordano’s is famous for deep-dish pizza, you would expect that the pizza itself is good, right? Well not really. I mean, I don’t know. The pizza was not amazing, but it was more than good. It was between good and amazing. I had the special pizza, which was about $19. It had peppers, yellow onions, lots of tomatoes, LOTS of cheese, and sausage.
The crust was soooo thick that I didn’t even attempt to eat it! Thinking back to how it tasted, I think the thing that made the pizza taste really good were the peppers and the onions, because they gave it a sweet/hot/crunchy taste, which is quite of a relief after all those fat and calorie in the cheese and sausage. So those hot stuff were kind of refreshing. But other than that, it was okay.
I also had the cheese garlic bread.
It was sooooo moist! In a good way, of course. And the red stuff on the left side was salsa-ish. It was more watery than salsa. So tomato sauce/salsa.
So after all that deep-dish experience, I wondered why Giordano’s so famous. My friend said it’s because of the location - it’s right by Michigan Avenue, which is the main street of Chicago! So I guess that’s why. I mean, people were queuing outside when I left! Crazy….
Anyway, I MIGHT try Gino’s today, which is another deep-dish pizza place. Maybe it’ll be better. I’ll let you know.