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Home Run Inn Pizza - 31st Street in Chicago

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(84 Reviews)

4254 W 31st St, Chicago, IL 60623

(773) 247-9696

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Today: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Tomorrow: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
14
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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General Info
Home Run Inn’s three Chicago pizza restaurants and six in the Chicagoland area give you plenty of places to try our authentic homemade pizza. Or enjoy our frozen pizza made with the same all-natural ingredients, homemade sauces and sausage without a single additive or preservative. It’s how we’ve done it ever since we opened our original pizzeria on Chicago’s South Side. Consider it our family’s way of bringing our history home to your family.
Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
amex, discover, master card, visa
Price Range
$$
Neighborhoods
West Side, Little Village
Categories
Pizza, Caterers, Bars, Italian Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, American Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Pizza

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Average

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yydwsn

12/17/2011

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worst pizza ever

I bought frozen Meat Lovers Pizzas 2 Pack at Costco.

The meat tasted like expired and not fresh.

The dough is hard too.

Worst pizza ever for me.

RobertHays67

08/11/2011

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Pizza Buffet is awesome!

Went to their buffet with my co-workers. We were late getting back to the office. This was the best pizza I have had in a long time. Their sausage / pepperoni pizza was very good.

BlacKBarBie

11/03/2009

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best pizza ever

the bread is so soft, but the meat is still cooked all the way through, and the sauce oh the sauce is to die for, but don't forget the buttery crust.

sanstro

10/19/2009

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Pizza at this location is not what it used to be

Even though this is the original location of Home Run Inn, their pizza no longer has the original taste. My family has been eating pizza from the 31st street location since the early sixties, but we finally gave up in June when we got our last pizza that had too much sauce, too little cheese, toppings that separated from the crust, and was overbaked. For the excellent original Home Run Inn pizza, go to the Archer location.

FrancRata

05/02/2009

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great place

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codesita

04/01/2009

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vivaciousdivah

12/06/2008

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Party Spot

Home Run Inn is the spot in Chicago for hanging out with friends and family, as well as hosting parties. Almost every time I go I am with a huge group for a girls get-together or a wedding rehearsal dinner. Whatever the occasion, the pizzeria can handle it all. Best to setup a reservation for big parties and on weekend evenings. Love the menu selection from types of pizza, to pasta, to chicken. Fits every mood, every appetite.

dbzforever

11/08/2008

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HORRIBLE PIZZA ! I FELT LIKE I WAS CHEWING ON RUBBER INSTEAD OF CHEESE

Everyone has different taste but I was shocked and really disappointed to find out that this was voted #1 in Chicago. I came to Chicago for the weekend. I was born and raised in New York and have had excellent pizza all over the country but when I tried a slice from Home Run Inn Pizza, I thought that I was eating pizza from Chuck E Cheese or Little Caesar except that theirs tastes better.

Trust me I've been to the best of them and this one doesn't even come close. I couldn't finish the slice. The cheese was like rubber. I haven't tried the other pizzerias in the Chicago area but I am looking forward to going to a couple of the other ones like Gino's.

This pizza is good for kids or for people that have never tried REAL PIZZA.

BigRob59

03/03/2008

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Best in Chicago

I truly believe this is the best tasting pizza in the wold! I too have tried pizza from various locations around the country and I always come back home to Home Run Inn.

jaemitch

01/06/2008

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Home Run Inn

This in my opinion this is the best pizza Chicago has to offer, or at least top 3. I hope you enjoy!!!

franklinjj

08/13/2007

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Nice THIN CRUST

If your looking for a nice stop in ypour search for a good thin crust, try this one. Its preety darn good. even the freezer one isnt to bad! Try it with the pepperoni, its good and spicey! YUMMY!

lkonieczny

07/02/2007

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Take out a second mortgage to afford the pizza

Tastes just slightly better than their frozen pizza. So expensive I rarely go there. This one is in a bad neighborhood. Ones in Darien and garfield ridge are nicer but they rob you with their prices.

townauto

06/20/2007

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BEST PIZZA IN COUNTRY

I HAVE TRIED PIZZA FROM ALMOST EVERY STATE IN THE US AND NO PIZZA I HAVE TRIED STANDS UP TO THE CONSISTANCY AND GREAT TASTE OF HOME RUN INN.

fgk

02/12/2007

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midcop

02/10/2007

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Used to be the best southside Pizza, Now it's just another Mexican knock-off

If you want the original Home Run Inn Pizza, go to 5300 south Archer Ave.. This resturaunt serves up the best hand tossed Pizza around and is what the 31st. street parlor used to be in its hey-day!

paulaz

01/12/2007

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Crust so tender, it's like a cookie

The person who wrote the last review is NUTS!! Home Run Inn has the best pizza anywhere that I have tasted. I love it, and now that I no longer live in Chicago, I will have it whenever I return for a visit. The crust is the best! Forget all of thos excuses to consume thich, breadlike substances, this is thin crust so tender you can't believe it! The sauce is home made and fresh tasting, and the cheese is perfect! I'm originally from Philly, where I grew up eating wonderful thin crust. This is the closest I found in Chicago....Do yourself a favor....try it! You'll never go back!

nelson9937955

11/09/2006

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Generic, cookie cutter pizza. Nothing to do with Chicago Pizza. Located in a slum area

I recently went to Chicago on vacation and I am the type of person that does alot of research on a place before I go. I wanted to eat at the best places in Chicago and I used this site as reference. I decided to check this place out. First thing about this place is that it is in a seedyc slummy area. You definately don't want to venture in this area after night fall unless you have a death wish. Now on to the pizza. Bottom line, it is your average cookie cutter generic pizza. Nothing whatsoever that makes this pizza stand out from your supermarket deli pizza, Little Ceasars, Domino's, Pizza Hut, ect, ect. I have no idea how this got rated on citysearch. This was a huge let down. If you want Chicago Pizza, skip this off your list and do some more research.

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