Highly recommend for anyone wanting Chicago style deep dish! Great flavor and lots of atmosphere. I would definitely stop anytime in Naperville. Best in town. Look for large red canopy in old town Naperville.
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I decided to come out to lunch with a couple of friends since they have been raving about this place. I have tried Malnati pizza in a different location and wasn't too impressed, so I decided to give this place a try. We ordered the...More
I ordered the personal pizza and it was over cooked, the bottom was hard as a rock . My opinion is that this restaurant is overrated Not the kind of pizza that you get in Boston.
Lou’s Chicago style deep dish pizza is definitely my favorite. I’ve had them all but Lou’s stands out on the crust, the volume of cheese and the nice chunky / tart tomato sauce. My favorite combo is pepperoni, mushroom, green pepper and garlic. A large...More
We ordered delivery on this particular visit. The order was 500pm delivery and at 500pm we heard the doorbell ring. Instant success! We are repeat customers and always look forward to having Lou's. We believe it is by far what deep dish pizza is all...More
Thank you for your feedback! We are happy to hear you had a great experience with our delivery services and you enjoyed your pizza. We look forward to serving you again soon!
We were starving, so stopped here. Very crowded on account of the Harry Potter festival, so there was a long wait. When we finally sit, I don't remember the pizza were very different from others. But, hey, it works.
We stopped in for an early dinner and enjoyed a spinach salad before getting the Chicago deep dish pizza which satisfied us in every way. The service was excellent and the ambience was warm and relaxing. Always a good place for a good pizza meal.
Thank you for your review! We are happy to hear you enjoyed your deep dish pizza and had a great experience with our staff. Come back again soon!
They have deep dish made with a thick cornmeal crust. Some people swear by it, but I prefer Giordano's. The sauce is bland, and the sausage is plain. Sorry Lou's of Naperville, it just doesn't compare to the seasoned pans and flavors offered in Chicago.