The Best Spots for Pizza in the West Suburbs, Picked By Our Readers

Wednesday night was always pizza night in my house growing up, and I’m excited to continue the tradition for my own kids! It’s a great way to get a break from cooking, support local businesses, and treat the family to a universal favorite. Annie recently put out the ask for our readers’ favorite pizza places, and you all delivered. Check out the recommendations below!

Our Readers’ Best-Loved Pizza Spots in Chicago’s West Suburbs

Mike & Denise’s Pizzeria, Bar & Grill (Aurora)
Thin crust, stuffed pizza, pan pizza, and more at this local spot.

Mama Maria’s (Bensenville)
Sicilian-style pizza, pasta, and sandwiches.

Falco’s Pizza & Bar (Burr Ridge)
Curbside and delivery at this spot that also sells pizza by the slice.

Brama La Pizza (Clarendon Hills)
Thin-crust, pan, and stuffed options, as well as other Italian favorites.

Enzo’s Pizza (Countryside)
This one is popular with our readers! Thin-crust, pan, stuffed, Sicilian pie pizza with a second crust on top, pizza by the slice, and more.

Ledo’s Pizza (Countryside)
Pizza and other Italian favorites at this longtime establishment that’s been open since 1961.

Pisa Pizza (Countryside)
Mini pizzas for kids are a reader favorite at this spot.

Skuddlebutts (Downers Grove)
This longtime local favorite was a reader suggestion for the 2-for-1 thin-crust pizza deal (and amazing ranch dressing).

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Paisans Pizzeria and Bar (Cicero, Berwyn, Brookfield, Lisle)
There were multiple kudos for this local spot with four locations in the suburbs.

Mama Barone’s (Brookfield)
Sandwiches, Italian dinners, and American favorites round out the menu at this pizza place.

Zazzo’s Pizza (Darien and Westmont)
It’s not all they do, but Zazzo’s is best known for their thin-crust pies.

Dan’s Pizza (Downers Grove)
This thin-crust pizza is known for being hot and crispy.

Barone’s of Glen Ellyn (Glen Ellyn)
Local pizza spot with thoughtfully sourced ingredients.

Q’s Restaurant and Pizzeria (Hillside)
Authentic Chicago-style bar pizza, cut into classic squares.

Baldinelli (Hinsdale)
Family-owned spot with pizza and Italian classics.

Giuliano’s Pizza (Hinsdale)
Pizza, pasta, burgers, and Italian entrees.

Casciani’s Pizzeria (Hodgkins)
Regular, deep-dish, and pan pizza alongside other Chicago-style classics.

TREE-GUYS Pizza Pub (Itasca)
Pizza and other Italian specialties in a pub environment.

Fasano’s Pizza (Justice)
This has been a local favorite for Chicago-style thin-crust since 1972.

Antonino’s Ristorante (La Grange)
Another popular choice with our readers, including Eileen Martin, who said “I could eat it every weekend!”

Lucca’s Pizzeria & Ristorante (La Grange)
Normally a white-tablecloth eatery, Lucca’s is leaning into pizza to go these days, with pizzas made from thoughtfully sourced local ingredients.

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Mattone Restaurant (La Grange Park)
This was one of the most popular choices! One reader called the pizza, pasta, and chopped salad “amazing.”

Posto 31 (La Grange Park)
This upscale spot is offering a variety of different “dinner for four” options, including a deal on pizza with sauce that’s “yum,” according to one reader.

Rosati’s (La Grange Park)
The La Grange Park branch of this chain is a local favorite.

Turnabout Pizza (Lemont)
Pizza, sandwiches, and salads for takeout and delivery.

Waterworks Pizzeria and Tavern (Lyons)
Chicago-style pizza, pasta, and sandwiches.

Phil’s Pizza (Oak Lawn)
This family-owned eatery has been crafting pizzas since 1977.

Dominick’s Pizza & Pasta (Villa Park)
Pizza, pasta, and Italian specialties reign supreme at this Villa Park spot.

Villa Nova Pizzeria (Stickney)
Open since 1955, this pizzeria is still family-owned and specializes in thin-crust pies.

Rocky’s Pizza (Westchester)
Rocky’s creates pizza and Italian classics based on family recipes passed down from Sicily.

Uncle Pete’s Pizza (Westmont)
This little takeout spot is a longtime favorite for pizza in downtown Westmont.

ItaliAmo (Westmont)
Pizza, pasta, and panini, with a sizeable seafood menu to boot. This one has a drive-through!

Our resources for families page has even more great articles to help your family find new local favorites.

About the Author

Rachel Matuch
Rachel is a mom to two boys (ages 2 and 4) who "certainly has her hands full," as strangers in grocery stores tell her. She's doing her best to keep up and get comfortable with the mud pies and tree-climbing her kids love. In addition to writing and editing, Rachel frequently pillages the Naperville library, plays nerdy board games with her husband, and collapses into a tired heap at 8:30 p.m.

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