You don't visit for Vito & Nick's for a sandwich, but if one of your dining companions just ran a marathon or has a hole in his or her stomach that needs filling, then it is permissible to take a look at the remainder of the menu and order Jason's Favorite ($6.95).
Asburn, South Side
The beer and grease combo lulled my dining companions well past the point of contentment until our pizzas actually arrived. Crisis averted. And I wasn't the only one with this face-saving idea; looking around the grandparents' basement-esque dining room, I saw one of these adult pacifiers on almost every table in the place.
Chicago may be known by most as a deep dish town, but in many parts of the city, thin crust is unquestionably king. And while there are a ton of places making old school pies with crisp crusts that are cut into squares, few do it as well as Vito & Nick's Pizzeria.
Daniel Zemans, our man in Chicago, checks in with another piece of intel on the Windy City pizza scene. Daniel also blogs about Chicagoland pizza on the Chicago Pizza Club blog. --The Mgmt. Vito & Nick's Pizzeria 8433 South Pulaski...