Stella Barra Pizzeria

Restaurants , Pizza Lincoln Park
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Stella Barra

The sister restaurant to Summer House Santa Monica, Stella Barra looks like a dark sports bar, but is actually turning out delicious pizzas, like the fennel-heavy sausage one, which has an airy, crispy crust. Pair it with a Sicilian Highball, made with Cynar, Averna, ginger beer and lemon—basically a deeper, bitter, more delicious Moscow Mule.

Venue name: Stella Barra Pizzeria
Contact:
Address: 1954 N Halsted St
Chicago
60614
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 5pm-10pm; Fri 3pm-midnight; Sat 11am-midnight; Sun 11am-10pm
Transport: El stop: Brown to Armitage. Bus: 8.
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sara f

It took me until my second time here to realize there was an amazing back patio at Stella Barra. In the winter it feels like an escape and in the summer they open the retractable roof so you can enjoy the outdoors. I absolutely love sitting in that area, it's so charming. The previous review is right, the baked goat cheese is amazing!

Beth H
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If you're looking for a lighter more "chewy" pizza than deep dish but still need something that packs a punch of delicious flavor, then Stella Barra is your place. Two go to's: quattro formaggi and prosciutto & egg on the white sauce pizza list. Definitely start with the baked local goat cheese. The few times I have visited, there was no wait for smaller table size but you could be looking at a small wait which is expected during busy hours. The ambiance is darker and opposite of the vibes from Summer House, but still offers a comfortable and enjoyable dinner spot.