Uno invented the original deep-dish style—a crispy, short-edged crust layered with cheese and crushed tomatoes, in that order—in 1943. The budding empire later expanded to its sister restaurant Pizzeria Due, located a whole block away, after it quickly caught on. And while there are places doing the original style better today, it’s impossible not to salute this admitted tourist trap as a piece of living history. This is one heavy meal, especially if you opt for sausage—a solid disk of spiced meat plopped atop the crust like a hubcap on a tire. Despite the long waits, it's a Chicago institution, and you have to try it at least once.
How to order: Available for delivery and takeout on the business’s website.