Our kids love the extra thin crust Chicago-style cheese pizza and my husband loves the Chicago style deep dish. Best to order-in and not eat in the restaurant though, the decor could use a lift.
Chicago's Nancy's Pizza
- General Info:
- At Nancy's Chicago Pizza - Midtown, we only use the finest, freshest ingredients. All of our sauces in our signature pizzas and Italian dishes are made with the finest tomatoes and spices. Great for lunch and dinner, our authentic "Chicago" style pizza has an unbeatable flavor. At Nancy's, you're sure to find something that will suit your appetite. Our convenient location, cozy atmosphere, excellent service, and extensive menu are some of the features that have made our restaurant a hot spot for over 25 years. We specialize in a variety of Chicago and Sicilian-style cuisines. Dine with us, take our food to go, or let us cater your next event! No occasion is too small or too large for Nancy's -- come see why we've been voted one of the best restaurants in the city! Whether you're in the mood for sandwiches, pizza, or a great dessert, Nancy's Chicago Pizza is sure to impress.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (404) 885-9119
Phone: (404) 254-5103
- Payment method:
- amex, discover, master card, visa, all major credit cards
- Northeast Atlanta, Midtown
Chicago's Nancy's Pizzeria
Nancy’s Chicago Pizza
- Pizza, Take Out Restaurants, Italian Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Mediterranean, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
I'd like to know where "Nancy" is actually from. Just moved from Chicago to Atlanta this week, and this is NOT CHICAGO PIZZA! WAYYY OVER PRICED! I was expecting much more for the $22 I spent for a delivery of a small 3 topping pizza. DONT DO IT! I'm not sure who they're paying to write good reviews of this place.
02/22/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I went to nancy's today on ponce de leon. I asked for a pizza with ground beef and was told we only have chopped up meatballs. This is not the way we do it in chicago. Is real ground beef that hard to get these days???? I spent almost $50.00 and cant get real meat and it was very little spinach and it was cold. I am not happy with this pizza at all. I'm sure Nancy's should be able to represent Chicago style pizza better than that.
11/10/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Lived in Chicago, had the pizza that Ragusso is so enamored with. Giodannos & Lou Malnati's are the best, don't even waste your time with UNO or Capri. If you'd look closely Nancy's is a chain that ORIGINATED IN CHICAGO and have only 2 other chains outside of IL and they are both.... you guessed it in ATLANTA, GA.
I go to Chicago for the Taste of Chicago every year, and I like taking visits there often. I'm from GA originally.
Everytime I go here the pizza is fantastic. No TWO pizzas are going to come out the same that is for sure, but this is AUTHENTIC Chicago style pizza no doubt about it. I've been in the back to watch them make a pie. All the ingredients are fresh and if you think so otherwise you should ask to see how they make these awesom pies.
Now since we ARE NOT in Chicago and the only competition for Nancy's is Nancy's they tend to overcharge... large Chicago styles tend to be 30 bucks here vs the mid 20's in Chicago, hell I've even had one for the 22 dollars.
All in all it is something you need to experience...
SEE YOU ON FRIDAY!
07/06/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Bless you guys for trying, but you're not anywhere within the realm of real Chicago style pizza from places like Giordannos, Uno, Pizza Capri, or other real Chicago restaurants.
It almost tastes like it was a frozen pre-prepared pizza kit that they heated up and put fresh toppings on.
Like I said in Google, if you never had chicago-style, then maybe you'd get a kick out of the novelty, but if you KNOW what the real places taste like in CHICAGO, then you will be mad at yourself for blowing the money you did, when you could have been perfectly happy going somewhere else. Plus the ambiance is really bland.
06/12/2009Provided by Citysearch -
after waiting well over an hour, i was excited to get some good deep dish, hoping it was going to be worth the wait. we got a small with some veggies in it. i am not exaggerating when i say there were a small handful of frozen broccoli bits (mostly stems) and a few canned mushrooms in it. the fresh tomatoes were on top and there was about one roma's worth. the crust was decent, but that was the only thing that wasn't bad and disappointing. this was such a wimpy pie - not even close to what i expect with a true chicago pizza (for $30 no less!!)
09/11/2008Provided by Citysearch -
As a Chicagoan, I miss my deep dish pizza. But, I found that depending on the only deep dish pizza place in Atlanta is absolutely NOT an option! I ordered a spinach deep dish pizza and I KNOW the plastic texture of imitation cheese when I taste it! There is NO WAY that what we ordered was made with real cheese! NO WAY! The final insult is the gorged price. Why is a large pizza over $20 WITHOUT toppings? Are you kidding me? I'll wait for the authentic thing when I head back to Chicago. True Chicagoans don't really eat at Nancy's when they're in Chicago anyhow; there are much better options out there. EXPLORE THEM, but avoid this place!