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The Pizza Press

Any way you slice it, The Pizza Press offers delicious pies that you create by selecting your crust, cheese, and toppings. Not feeling innovative, then select one of The Pizza Press's signature pizzas named for major American newspapers, including The Times, The Tribune and The Chronicle. Pizzas are "published" in under four minutes and pair nicely with some two dozen craft beers on tap, which rotate regularly. Seasonal offerings and fresh, local ingredients, keep the menu fresh and newsworthy.
THE PIZZA PRESS

Rance’s Chicago Pizza

Chef Rance Ruiz knows pizza - Chicago Pizza- it's his passion. Using only the finest ingredients, Rance's Chicago Pizza produces a perfect pie every time. The scratch kitchen features a trio of pizza options: Stuffed, Pan or Thin. Plus the array of fresh salads, appetizers and selection of wine and beer on tap make you feel as if you're hanging out on Rush Street in The Windy City.
RANCE'S CHICAGO PIZZA

Papalucci’s

After experiencing success with Tarrantino’s Pizza in Pasadena, Dan Tarrantine opened Papalucci’s in 1990 in the heart of Belmont Shore. The checkered tablecloths and open kitchen enhance the casual dining experience, giving the feeling of being at home and eating with familia. For more than 25 years guests have enjoyed such items as the famous Pepe Salad, garlic knots or Grandma Tony's Special Pizza. Everything is made fresh to order and the reasonably-priced menu includes an array of pasta and chicken dishes, including Chicken Cacciatore, Parmesan and Piccata, Carbonara, Lasagna, Ravioli and Baked Ziti - all infused with Grandma's special Marinara.
Papalucci's Night

Michael’s Pizzeria Downtown Promenade

At Michael's Pizzeria, food is heritage. We know that pizza tastes best when it is wood-fired, that mozzarella should always be freshly made, and that meals are enhanced when paired with the perfect Italian wines. From our service to our atmosphere, our flour to our sauce, this is our tradition and one that has been passed down from generation to generation.
210 East 3rd Street