Pizza: the lowest (and best) common denominator in the world. Here’s the 5 best pizza parlors in Naperville, according to Yelp rankings. Vote below for your favorite.
1. Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria | 131 West Jefferson Ave. | @LouMalnatis
From Yelp: “The best pan pizza in Chicagoland – or anywhere in my opinion.” — Toni F, Lemont.
— Tom Manfre (@slakhead) June 5, 2014
2. Pizzeria Neo | 47 E. Chicago Ave. | @PizzeriaNeo
From Yelp: “We ordered the margherita pizza and the diavolo pizza. These are legit pizzas. Im talking authentic napolean style pizzas…I will definitely be back. I loved the atmosphere, I loved the food, I loved the prices, and the staff were great. My only complaint is that I didn’t try this place sooner!!” — Samantha B, Naperville.
3. Little Sicilian Pizza | 1037 W. Ogden Ave. | @LittleSicilian3
From Yelp: “If you want friendly, the owner is friendly. The driver is friendly. These people smile at you over the phone (you know what I mean when you can hear a smile?) No exaggeration, it’s our go-to takeout or pizza delivery place in our area of Naperville.” — William G, Naperville.
4. Cassano’s Pizzeria | 421 E. Ogden Ave. | @PizzeriaCassano
From Yelp: “Cassano’s is by far my go to pizza spot in Naperville. Pound for pound best pizza outside of city limits as far as I’ve found. I’d be willing to put it up against any other joint in the burbs. Nothing crazy but the consistency in which you’ll get a great product goes A LONG way. Everything feels homemade love the sauce (try a side of marinara you’ll see), crust is right on, sausage great and that’s just the pizza.” — Joe D, Naperville
— Ram-A-Dan (@CrashRambo) January 30, 2014
5. Fiammé | 19 N. Washington St. | @FiammeNprvl
From Yelp: “The atmosphere is cozy and intimate. The decor is dark wood with a lot of wine and Italian-themed touches.I ordered the Fiamme, a Neopolitan style pizza topped with fresh mozzarella, arugula, prosciutto, and cherry tomatoes. Everything about this dish was fresh, and I didn’t get that greasy, pigged out feeling like you get after eating traditional thin crust or Chicago style pizza. Most of the pizzas are in the $12-14 range.” — Angela P, Plainfield.
— NCTV17 (@NCTV17) May 29, 2014