Time Out says
If ever there was a restaurant where Led Zeppelin fans could feel appreciated (honored, even), it’s this place, where classic rock is pumped through the air so vigorously you’ll think you stumbled upon your dad’s college reunion. In addition to power chords, this anonymous-looking bar also specializes in cheap wine (there are 40 bottles under $40) and pizza. The pies have a nice crust—it’s chewy and puffy and charred on the edges—but the toppings lack subtlety. The “Big Mart” bowls you over with sausage and pepperoni, and the “Wild Shrooms” goes crazy with the truffle oil. It’s satisfying stuff, but both pies would fare better without all that cheese—the music provides plenty.
2417 N Clybourn Ave
|Cross street:||at Marshfield Ave|
|Transport:||Bus: 9, 50, 74.|
|Price:||Average pizza: $15|
|Opening hours:||Lunch (Sat, Sun), dinner (closed Mon)|
|Do you own this business?|