D'Andrea Ristorante

Ristorante

Our restaurant is pleased to offer a creative and harmonious cuisine, whose specialties are unique and delicious.

Italian-American Perfection right in the heart of Chicago! No imitations, D’Andrea was created by true Italians to bring you the best without the overpriced gimmicks. Come check us out in the restaurant for Dine-In or Take-Out Service, or give us a call for delivery and catering.

We strive to bring you the best as reasonably possible. If you have any question, comments, or concerns just let us know so we can continue bringing you the best!

The flavors of our refined dishes derive from the encounter between tradition and the continuous search for the best products that our territory is able to offer, favoring organic products without neglecting delicacies outside the door! Please call for reservations or for catering questions and menu.

Reviews:

Great food! Service was very good as well. The deep dish pizza is a must! – Shane W, US Army

Been there twice, will return – Jeff B, Milwaukee WI Transmission Repair

Long wait time but well worth it. You can order before being seated & it’s an efficient process & takes about 45min – or more during busy times. Come hungry- it’s filling & delicious. – Jan B, TripAdvisor

A favorite of mine to eat with friends. – Scott, Divorce Lawyer

Best pizza. Went to Chicago with my daughter and we had lunch at Giordano’s. Our waiter was fabulous and the pizza was amazing. – Marcia T, Walgreens / Assistant Manager

This deep dish is by far the best in Chicago – Tamron Hall, WFLD-TV

Best pizza in America – Today Show

A must when in Chicago – Reader’s Choice / Chicago Tribune

The Ultimate Pizza – The New York Times

If you’re throwing a party, please call us for catering services.

The thing about pizza is that like everything good, it has to have an evolution. To stay the same means to go backward. It wasn’t my mother or my brother and myself who invented the pizza we serve here. The recipe probably began with our great, great, great, great, great-grandmother. You ask how long it took to develop the recipe. I’d have to say 200 to 300 years. And it’s still developing.