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  • Giordano's

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    Votes: 1 2.5%
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  • Malnati's

    Votes: 7 17.5%
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    Votes: 5 12.5%
  • Other?

    Votes: 12 30.0%
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Well unfortunately I don't have any experience with some of the neighborhood places that have been mentioned. But from my limited experience, I would say that Gino's East is the best among the well-known places. The long wait is well worth it. The spinach is of course outstanding.

That said, I always went to Eduardo's when I lived in Chicago since it was their location was convenient to me -- the 57th street location near UofC. Great personal pizza special. But I have to say, in the trip before last, I took my girlfriend. Chicago was new to her and so of course I was trying to show her how impressive the city was in every way. Unfrotunately the Eduardo's pizza didn't live up to its mythic status for me, nor what I had built it up to be for her. I don't know if Eduardo's has changed recently? I should have taken her to the only slightly less convenient Giordano's on 53rd, which is definitely far superior, save for the 10 lbs of extra cheese they put on it!!!!
 

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Pope John Paul II

edsg25 said:
This week, I'd have to say that John Paul would have to be the ultimate Chicago Pole.
Edsg, I'm not sure how Chicago can claim him, although it would great if they could since in my opinion he was a great Pope. The charisma required to fill papal shoes -- he had. Maybe as a manager of a bureacracy, there were problems, and one can question how he dealt with Cardinal Law and authors, but strictly judged as a spiritual leader, I think its hard to deny his greatness.
 
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