Giuseppe's Pizzeria

★★★★☆

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Very authentic pizza. We order from here often. Very friendly people with a great product. We ordered for a party around the holidays and everybody raved at how much they enjoyed the pizza. A little pricey, but well worth it if you enjoy a GOOD pizza.

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Very authentic pizza. We order from here often. Very friendly people with a great product. We ordered for a party around the holidays and everybody raved at how much they enjoyed the pizza. A little pricey, but well worth it if you enjoy a GOOD pizza.

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we enjoy this pizza at least once a week. The best beyond a doubt. Giuseppes uses quality ingredients and you can definatly taste it.

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we enjoy this pizza at least once a week. The best beyond a doubt. Giuseppes uses quality ingredients and you can definatly taste it.

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I think the pizza is outstanding. I dont know about all the hotel complaints but if I were the owner I would stop delivering to them. This pizza is great!!

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I think the pizza is outstanding. I dont know about all the hotel complaints but if I were the owner I would stop delivering to them. This pizza is great!!

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We ordered late night from one of the hotels in the area because we ran into the delivery guy in the lobby. He was a nice guy and so was the guy on the phone who took our order so it seemed. Our order was pretty complicated and that was a big mistake. It must have upset the cooks. They put hair in the pizza and covered every other piece.

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We ordered late night from one of the hotels in the area because we ran into the delivery guy in the lobby. He was a nice guy and so was the guy on the phone who took our order so it seemed. Our order was pretty complicated and that was a big mistake. It must have upset the cooks. They put hair in the pizza and covered every other piece.

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My wife and I recently moved to Naperville from Westmont, where we were avid Connie's fans (great pizza on Ogden Ave!).

After moving here, we asked our neighbors where we could find a good pizza place, since driving out to Westmont on Fridays and Saturdays was too far to go. They gave us a copy of a Giuseppe's menu, and that this place was a small family run pizzeria that they had been going to for over 10 years just south of 75th street, on Wehrli Road.

Our first 2 attempts at finding a new pizza place were not too memorable. We first tried Gino's East. What a disappointment that was. I had frequently visited Gino's downtown Chicago, and loved it.. and this place off of Washington has the same name, but is HORRIBLE. The service was slow. The "employees" (mostly 16-20yo) were more interested in standing around and laughing than actually taking my order, and refilling my soda. The pizza itself took over an hour to get to our table, and tasted just awful. We didn't even finish. Our second try was a place on Bailey called Little Italy (Italian?) Pizza. Not only was the phone girl put out by my wife's asking a couple of questions, but the pizza itself arrived an hour late, delivered by a kid with his hat on backwards, with total disregard to the tardiness. To top it off, the kid got pissed at the door after I gave him a $3 tip... not to mention the sauce tasted like it came straight out of a can, and the crust tasted like cardboard.

Tonight we would try Giuseppe's. WHAT A RELIEF. I can tell you that this is probably the best pizza I have tried in a long time. What they do to the crust is amazing. We had a 14 inch thin crust, with sausage, mushroom, green peppers, and onions (and half bacon).. mmm!!.. and it was dynamite. And the service was great too! The phone call was taken by a nice phone girl, who noticed that we had not ordered before, and offered to give us a coupon with the pizza even though all we had was a menu... nobody from Connies, Little Italy, or Ginos offered to give us one on the phone!!

Although the delivery took almost an hour to arrive (the phone girl did tell my wife that the deliveries were estimated to be around half hour ro 45 minutes), it did in fact come HOT! The driver actually apologized for being a little late (do people really do that still?) and gave us a complimentary 6pack of Coke from the manager for our first order!! And the pizza was awesome!!

I thanked my neighbor for the recommending Giuseppe's. I told hime we got a thin crust. He chuckled and said wait to you try the stuffeds!!..

It's a shame that this little family run business isn't a chain. My folks moved to L.A. a year ago, and can't find any "Chicago Style" pizza out in California... they have to put up with Domino's, Pizza Hut, Papa John's, etc, and the slop they serve.

Needless to say, we are throwing a Superbowl party with about 20 or so friends in a few weeks, and I can tell you that I can't wait to
order the stuffeds (and more thins).

I highly recommend this pizzeria. The only bad thing is that it's kind of hard to find the strip mall that it's in (plopped down right in the middle of a residential neighborhood, south of 75th). Delivery took almost an hour. The pizza was about $20 with tax and tip, so reasonably priced. I also noticed that they are open until 3am every day of the week!!! The only thing to find out now is if the quality of food is consistent. If so, our search for a new pizza place is over. Check these guys out.

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My wife and I recently moved to Naperville from Westmont, where we were avid Connie's fans (great pizza on Ogden Ave!).

After moving here, we asked our neighbors where we could find a good pizza place, since driving out to Westmont on Fridays and Saturdays was too far to go. They gave us a copy of a Giuseppe's menu, and that this place was a small family run pizzeria that they had been going to for over 10 years just south of 75th street, on Wehrli Road.

Our first 2 attempts at finding a new pizza place were not too memorable. We first tried Gino's East. What a disappointment that was. I had frequently visited Gino's downtown Chicago, and loved it.. and this place off of Washington has the same name, but is HORRIBLE. The service was slow. The "employees" (mostly 16-20yo) were more interested in standing around and laughing than actually taking my order, and refilling my soda. The pizza itself took over an hour to get to our table, and tasted just awful. We didn't even finish. Our second try was a place on Bailey called Little Italy (Italian?) Pizza. Not only was the phone girl put out by my wife's asking a couple of questions, but the pizza itself arrived an hour late, delivered by a kid with his hat on backwards, with total disregard to the tardiness. To top it off, the kid got pissed at the door after I gave him a $3 tip... not to mention the sauce tasted like it came straight out of a can, and the crust tasted like cardboard.

Tonight we would try Giuseppe's. WHAT A RELIEF. I can tell you that this is probably the best pizza I have tried in a long time. What they do to the crust is amazing. We had a 14 inch thin crust, with sausage, mushroom, green peppers, and onions (and half bacon).. mmm!!.. and it was dynamite. And the service was great too! The phone call was taken by a nice phone girl, who noticed that we had not ordered before, and offered to give us a coupon with the pizza even though all we had was a menu... nobody from Connies, Little Italy, or Ginos offered to give us one on the phone!!

Although the delivery took almost an hour to arrive (the phone girl did tell my wife that the deliveries were estimated to be around half hour ro 45 minutes), it did in fact come HOT! The driver actually apologized for being a little late (do people really do that still?) and gave us a complimentary 6pack of Coke from the manager for our first order!! And the pizza was awesome!!

I thanked my neighbor for the recommending Giuseppe's. I told hime we got a thin crust. He chuckled and said wait to you try the stuffeds!!..

It's a shame that this little family run business isn't a chain. My folks moved to L.A. a year ago, and can't find any "Chicago Style" pizza out in California... they have to put up with Domino's, Pizza Hut, Papa John's, etc, and the slop they serve.

Needless to say, we are throwing a Superbowl party with about 20 or so friends in a few weeks, and I can tell you that I can't wait to
order the stuffeds (and more thins).

I highly recommend this pizzeria. The only bad thing is that it's kind of hard to find the strip mall that it's in (plopped down right in the middle of a residential neighborhood, south of 75th). Delivery took almost an hour. The pizza was about $20 with tax and tip, so reasonably priced. I also noticed that they are open until 3am every day of the week!!! The only thing to find out now is if the quality of food is consistent. If so, our search for a new pizza place is over. Check these guys out.

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