- Mon - Thu 11:00 am - 10:00 pm, Fri - Sat 11:00 am - 1:00 am, Sun 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
- General Info:
- Founded in 1970, Nancy s Pizza is a chain of restaurants that provides a variety of food and dining options. It specializes in Italian-style cuisine, as well as maintains operations in various locations throughout Illinois, Georgia and Indiana. The chain s restaurants serve more than 25 varieties of stuffed and thin crust pizzas. Each of its restaurants offer pizzas in various toppings, including sausage, spinach, pineapple, mozzarella cheese, broccoli, shrimp, bacon, green olives, tomatoes, mushrooms, green peppers and saut ed onions. The chain s restaurants additionally provide shrimp tetrazzini, chicken Parmesan, cheese lasagna, garlic bread, chicken taco salad, grilled chicken breast, roast beef and sandwiches. Its restaurants offer catering, online ordering carryout, dine-in and delivery services. Nancy s Pizza also provides franchising options.
Posted: 10/13/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I grew up with Chicago Pizza and this place has one of the great many tastes. We used to go Nancy's in Gurnee IL I think it was and it was great. Same flavor and taste here in ATL. There are other a few other flavors of Chicago Deep Dish, but since you cant get them in ATL unless you order online, Nancy's hits the spot for me. Get a Large and take some home with you! A+
Posted: 9/3/2009Provided by Citysearch -
While I still like the authentic pizza's in chicago, if you have never had chicago style pizza this place is a must. It is an extreme deep dish style pizza, where 2 slices will fill anyone up and 3 will make you feel like a glutton. Nancy's had quick servi
Posted: 3/6/2009Provided by Citysearch -
After living in Chicago for many years, I was so glad to find Nancy's here in Atlanta. This is the closest thing to Chicago deep dish pizza that you'll find here in Atlanta. The crust is crispy and not too thick, and you usually have to ""scoop"" out your slice because the ingredient are so thick (like a pizza pie, I guess). The sides are about 2-3inches high,and about a pound or more of cheese and other ingredients in the center. This is not the kind of pizza you pick up and fold up. You definitely need a knife and fork, but it's worth it! You have to also consider that the prep/cook time for such a thick pizza maybe a little longer, but I've usually only had to wait about 20-25minutes for a large pizza. Personally, I love the ""Rocco's Party Pizza"" but they are all very good. If you're looking to try something different from NY style pizza, I would definitely recommend trying this place. Note: The restaurant in Buckhead is the only one that offers a dine-in option.
Posted: 1/18/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I'm a pizza conniseur from the north, and I used to run an independent pizza parlor. I was very much looking forward to Nancy's because I have seen many good reviews.
I believe the quality of the pizza ingredients is there. However, I was not expecting my appetizers to be baked; via a conveyor oven. Our appitizers were slightly soggy and not completely hot, they could have been baked for another minute in the oven. And as for our deep dish pie, it was not as hot as a pizza pie should be when you are a sit down pizza parlor. The pizza should have been HOT!! Our pie should have been left in the oven for another minute too. The place wasn't busy enough to warrant a mediocre pie. When you pay over 20 bucks for a pie, it should be HOT stuff!! And since you pay when you order, I didn't feel like there was any recourse. The dough of our pie, tasted as though it was frozen, i should of asked if they made there dough on site or was it shipped from
Chicago like the rest of the ingredients? We need to have more deep dish pizza places outside the perimeter. Too bad they closed the Upper Crust.
Posted: 1/6/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I like pizza and although it is a chain Nancy's is a good spot for a togo pie. It is located between Ponce and North so it is easy to get to. Pizza is not cheap but worth it. Just remember to get the Deep dish, but stay away fom the thin crust.
Posted: 12/13/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I had been looking for a pizza place ever since Upper Crust Pizza closed years ago in Atlanta. This is it! It is the best pizza in Atlanta hands down. No competition!! Great service when I've eaten in. Great value when I take it home. No complaints. Once, when we accidentally spilled our glass of wine, they gave us another one no charge! Try it----you'll love it!