What is Thin Crust Pub Style Chicago Pizza?
Chicago residents know the truth about Deep Dish Pizza vs Thin Crust or “Pub-Style” Pizza. Chicago Deep Dish Pizza was invented in the early 1940s, while Thin Crust “Pub-Style” has been around much longer. “Pub Style” Pizza features cracker-thin crust that’s normally cut into squares and then loaded with fennel-heavy sausage. Unlike “New York Style” Pizza, Chicago’s “Pub Style” thin crust is crispy and cannot be folded. This is because the dough is rolled, not tossed, and cooked much longer to create that crunch. And while many pizzerias outside the Midwest cut their slices into triangles, Chicago-style is “Pub Cut” into various-sized squares for sharing and meant to be enjoyed alongside beer.
Pusateri’s Chicago-style hometown Italian Café in Stuart Florida brings Floridians amazing authentic Chicago-style thin crust Pizza. Our signature square-cut, pub-style pizza is completely unique to the city of Chicago and its suburbs. With its fresh ingredients and fragrant sauce, you’ll understand how this became a staple in the homes of local Chicagoans and our family!
Address: 221 SE Ocean Blvd, Stuart, FL 34994
Phone: (772) 288-9810
Authentic Thin Chicago Pizza & Beef Sandwiches
Monday 11:30 – 9:00
Tuesday 11:30 – 9:00
Wednesday 11:30 – 9:00
Thursday 11:30 – 9:00
Friday 11:30 – 9:00
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Sunday 1:00 – 8:00
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