Time Out says
On a cold evening, this eatery—with its candlelit room and wood-burning oven busy baking two dozen types of pie—is a welcome discovery. The ’za is somewhere between Chicago-style bar pizza and the relatively spare Neapolitan varieties; we’re fans of the Pugliese pizza with onion and pecorino cheese. There’s also strong representation from Italy’s Dalmatian coast neighbors; some Bosnian specialties show up on a “secret” menu that diners can request. We were impressed with the cevapcici, sausage dressed with a creamy cheese and raw onions, cushioned in fresh-cooked pita. Our favorite of the lot is the must-have house-cured smoked beef: dense, chewy, salty and, like most great works of art, complex.
4658 N Rockwell St
|Cross street:||between Eastwood and Leland Aves|
|Transport:||El stop: Brown to Rockwell. Bus: 49, X49, 81.|
|Price:||Average main course: $11.50|
|Opening hours:||Dinner (Tue–Sun)|
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