It's funny that this place is still called Windy City Pizza because we went to order the BBQ and no pizza at all!The BBQ is good when you are craving heavy BBQ sauce dipped ribs. Not the greatest quality of BBQ and the ribs themselves lack flavor, but the sauce helps. The Chicken was burnt but the sauce covered that up too.Next time, I'll try the pizza.
This place has great pizza at an affordable price. My friends and I would go here before movies. It's great for big groups of rowdy teenagers. Obviously, they are known for their deep dish pizza, which is fabulous.
I have never had their ribs, but my friends have and said they were pretty good.
I used to live in San Mateo and would eat Windy City Pizza at least twice a month. I absolutely loved the BBQ Chicken Pizza. Just the thought of it makes me sad. Sad because I moved to the East Coast where pizza is a different species. Thin crust, little sauce, little cheese and limited toppings.
Nothing compares to Windy City Pizza.
Can you say Wow? I can. Whenever I go here for some of the best pizza in the entire peninsula I always leave saying wow that was amazing. Not only is the pizza first class but the barbecue ribs are some of the best I've tasted in my life. It's a great place for the whole family to enjoy some great food, relax, kick back and enjoy each others company for a great price.
I used to go here for lunch on occasion, and it's a pretty good place for it. For a respectable $6-7 you can get a lunch special, personal deep dish pizza with two toppings, a small side salad and a drink. And the pizza is good. Really thick, buttery crust, and a nicely tangy tomato sauce. Sometimes they skimp on the toppings a bit, but the flavors all combine to create a nice melody.
Their BBQ is pretty good too, their beef brisket sandwiches are a favorite of mine, although I always want more when I'm done. Seating is usually adequate, although they've got a nice big-screen TV there, and when the World Cup was on, the place got a bit crowded when the finals were showing.
Parking is plentiful (they're in a shopping plaza), and the interior is clean and appealing. Overall, a good place for lunch.
PROS: Deep dish pizza is yummy!
CONS: I could use bigger portions.
As the name suggests, Windy City serves a Chicago-style, deep dish pizza and they're good ones. There's also a good selection of beers on tap and in bottles; cider and wine, too. The place is decorated with Chicago-ana and is a family friendly place. They also serve good ribs and BBQ sandwiches as well. Conveniently located at 92 and El Camino with plenty of parking.
PROS: good deep dish pizza, family friendly, Guiness on tap!
how do you choose between heavenly pizza, or the out of this world wings? For that matter how can you not order the bbq? It's ALL good.
Pros: bbq, ddep dish pizza, wings
I used to work across the street and frequently dined here. The CHicago style pizza is great....Not too pricey..their buffalo wings are good too!
Pros: great pizza, buffalo wings
The pizza is excellent. slightly sweet sauce and good crust. I love the taste of the ""memphis pig sandwich"" (bbq pulled-pork sandwich) although I believe it is overpriced. The atmosphere is a little dark for me, but if you like the pub/sport bar feel, then this would be the place for you.