500 N. LaSalle St.
Chicago, IL 60654
Chicago has always done things their own way, and their famous pizza is no different — the deep-dish pizza was actually born here. Gino's East of Chicago Pizza is a prime example of the city's take on the classic New York dish, making each enormous pie by hand.
Having opened back in 1966, the restaurant claims a "secret, golden crust" that visitors drool over, as well as all the toppings they could ever want. If you visit, make sure to join the millions of others and scribble a message or sketch a doodle on the flagship eatery's wood and stucco walls.