My wife and I visited Chicago this past weekend. The town was great, there is so much to do and see.
We only had time for one Chicago Style deep dish pizza. So, given the history of Chicago style pizza, Pizzeria Uno was at the top of our list of places we wanted to eat. We just beat the supper rush at Unos and were able to sit down right after placing our pizza order. The atmosphere was fantastic, such a small place and really a part of Chicago's history. We ordered two personal sized "NUMERO UNO" ("A ‘works’ pizza with sausage, pepperoni, onions, peppers, mushrooms and our unique chunky tomato sauce. Topped with mozzarella and grated Romano.") the first one minus green peppers, and the second pizza minus green peppers and sausage and adding olives.
I can't really call myself a Chicago style aficionado but in my opinion the sausage gave Uno's pizza it's taste. The first pizza was good, the sausage has great taste, plenty of cheese, the ever so thin sliced vegetables seemed nice and fresh. The pizza without sausage was somewhat flat, almost bland. The crust on both Uno's pizza was a crispy flaky crust but too dry for my taste. I'm definitely glad we were able to have pizza at Unos but I don't think the pizza itself was good enough to make me come back to Unos.