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I had Vito and Nick's pizza once, probably over 10 years ago after seeing it on one of those food shows (may have been Triple ...
... they do all pizzas well done "whether you like it or not." Vito & Nick's is too far from my house and too inconsistent to take seriously anymore if I'm farther ...
Had never been to Vito & Nick’s, due to distance from the northern suburbs and even for the past few years, the north side of Chicago. ...
Al Ehrhardt wrote:Had never been to Vito & Nick’s . . .

I've had a couple of outlying experiences here, too but over the long haul this is far and away the best in class. Sorry it didn't work out for you.

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Had never been to Vito & Nick’s, due to distance from the northern suburbs and even for the past few years, the north side of Chicago. ...
We also rarely went out except for pizza at Vito and Nick's (my parents went on dates there) or the Barnaby's on the Southside. Also, for special occasions ...
... closer to a soggy cracker. Have you been to some of the top places? Vito & Nick's Pizzeria 8433 S Pulaski Rd, Chicago Villa Nova Pizzeria 6821 W Pershing Rd, Stickney ...
... closer to a soggy cracker. Have you been to some of the top places? Vito & Nick's Pizzeria 8433 S Pulaski Rd, Chicago Villa Nova Pizzeria 6821 W Pershing Rd, Stickney ...
... up eating) on the southwest side of Chicago. We tried many including Vito and Nick's several times but found too much gristle in the sausage. Our favorite was Ken and Dick's ...
... to myself. :) Like you, I was skeptical at the idea, but at least at Vito & Nick's, the beef does not turn into jerky, as one might think it would.
I order it with beef and giard all the time, especially at Nick & Vito's. The key is keeping it at least partially under the cheese, and also somewhat bunched up, ...
... with them, and you have an entire sheet of cheese on top of your pizza. Vito & Nick's actually is pretty good about not overdoing it, though.) What I am interested in, but ...
I've had the beef and sausage with giardiniera pizza at Vito and Nick's years ago. Didn't work for me.
BB8223AE-39F8-4102-9198-B767A337EAF5.jpeg Italian beef and hot giardiniera
Well done

Vito & Nick's Pizzeria
8433 S Pulaski Rd, Chicago

Oh, so good!
... when it's done right. It's been my go-to for years, especially at Vito & Nick's. Here's shot from a visit back in the summer of 2017 . . . http://www.ronniesuburban.com/photos/food/vitonick/vitonicks.17.0826.01.giardbeef.jpg ...
... I don’t think many people would wait and wait to get into, say, Vito & Nick’s. While I do see some second generation updating of international or “ethnic” restaurants, ...
3 Anthony locations in the burbs, hitting Vito & Nick's on Friday, will be interesting to compare.
Anthony's website: https://acfp.com/
... it a try on the next bad weather day. Yesterday was the day. The frozen Vito & Nick’s Pizza was complete crap. It had the same dog food-like sausage and sharp, tomato paste ...
... it a try on the next bad weather day. Yesterday was the day. The frozen Vito & Nick’s Pizza was complete crap. It had the same dog food-like sausage and sharp, tomato paste ...
stevez wrote: I'll give it a try on the next bad weather day.


Yesterday was the day. The frozen Vito & Nick’s Pizza was complete crap. It had the same dog food-like sausage and sharp, tomato paste laden sauce as every other frozen pizza I’ve ever tried. My stomach is still complaining. What a waste!
I have been to the actual Vito & Nick's 2 and it is good, if not quite the original There used to be a Vito & Nick's 2 in Tinley Park,now ...
I have been to the actual Vito & Nick's 2 and it is good, if not quite the original There used to be a Vito & Nick's 2 in Tinley Park,now ...
I have been to the actual Vito & Nick's 2 and it is good, if not quite the original There used to be a Vito & Nick's 2 in Tinley Park,now ...
I have been to the actual Vito & Nick's 2 and it is good, if not quite the original (They do have a broader beer selection, though). Maybe ask for well done, and it is closer to Fox's, which I also enjoy. As for the frozen...I, too, prefer overcooked Jack's.
I am not a fan of that frozen Vito and Nick's Pizza. Big letdown. To each his own.
Do note that Vito & Nick's II is not the same as Vito & Nick's. I mean, there is some family relationship, but the ownership has ...
The latest issue (Aug/Sept 2018) issue of Cooks Country has a nice history of Vito & Nick’s along with a thin crust pizza recipe based on the one used at V&N.
... myself going out of my way to have them. I would much rather go to Vito and Nick's, Barnaby's of Northbrook, and Wells Bros (Racine) to name a few thin joints or have ...
... on what they do. Another place that pretty much does it their way is Vito and Nick's Pizza. All pizzas are cooked well done. I happen to want my pizza that way so I'm happy. ...
Can't go wrong with either Vito and Nick's or Q Restaurante for both great pizza and old-school ambience.
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