Top 10 Chicago hotels for pizza fanatics

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Give into your passion for pizza, and nosh at D’Agostino’s Pizza and Pub, just a mile northeast of the Renaissance hotel. It’s all in the family at D’Agostino’s, where the clan has been whipping up its famous pizza in Chicago since 1968. Pick your poison—thin crust, Chicago-style deep dish, or stuffed deep dish—and then top it off with your choice of fresh ingredients.

10. Silversmith Hotel Chicago Downtown – Pizano’s Pizza & Pasta

The Silversmith Hotel Chicago Downtown expertly merges modern designs with the hotel’s historical details. With sophisticated style, this boutique hotel provides a fitness room, business center, and meeting areas, all within a block of Magnificent Mile.

“The Silversmith Hotel was excellent—we loved our stay! Decor is wonderfully updated, yet architectural features (cornices, door enhancements) remain to show off hotel history. Silver accoutrements accent each room—even the waste cans!” wrote an Expedia.com reviewer. “Proximity to Michigan Ave, Millennium Park, and local (reasonably-priced) restaurants was great! Miller’s Pub had the best spanakopita and Pizanos’ deep-dish pizza (with outside seating) was very tasty…We will be back!”

The famous Malnati name pops up again at Pizano’s Pizza & Pasta, another slice of the family pizza empire. A simple 387-foot stroll from the Silversmith, this pie parlor has been nationally recognized as a top pizza contender and was even spotlighted on Oprah’s Quest for the Best. Dig into the crispy thin crust pizza, voted #1 in Chicago, and you just may turn your back on pies from anywhere outside of the Windy City.

 

 

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