This was our second try of Chi-Town Pizza; first time we had delivery to our hotel and this time we were already downtown so we decided to try them out in person. They are on the main downtown drag, directly across from Monk's.
We arrived mid-afternoon; there was a single diner at a table otherwise no other customers. We placed an order for a deep dish pepperoni and bread sticks. The woman at the counter indicated it would be about 25 minutes for the pizza and asked if that was OK, and it was - we just asked to get the breadsticks as soon as they were ready.
Almost as soon as we sat down, three teenage girls came in and started playing the jukebox, singing loudly, and dancing in the aisle. BAREFOOT. Which is a violation of the health code. They then started mocking an elderly gentleman who was sitting on a bench right outside the front door, who was minding his own business waiting for his wife, and one of these girls went outside and sat next to this gentleman, asking him questions. She then came back in to the other two girls. mocking him and laughing at him.
The front counter worker brought the breadsticks to the table about 10 min later. We got 5 pieces for almost $8. They were good, but not $8 good.
Right after the front counter worker brought our breadsticks out, a young man from the kitchen came out with a huge platter of breadsticks for the table of three obnoxious teenage girls. We got 5 breadsticks - they got a platter?
After they ate, one of the girls went behind the ordering counter and proceeded to shake her hair all over, adjacent to where the food is prepared. I ordinarily would not mention other customers in a restaurant, but it was obvious that one or more of these girls were related in some way to the owner or another employee. So for no employee to speak up as they were running around barefoot or shaking hair around behind the front counter is unbelievable.
The pizza? It was OK. Nothing more, nothing less. We would not go back. No one stopped back to ask how our food was, and we had to go up to the front counter to ask for a to-go container for leftovers.
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