At the Chicago Pizza and Oven Grinder Company in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, people will wait for hours to taste the "pizza pot pie." Here's a look at what makes the dish so popular.
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It's made from scratch with triple-raised Sicilian bread-type dough; a homemade sauce consisting of olive oil, fresh garlic, onions, green peppers, whole plum tomatoes and a special blend of cheese; sausage made from prime Boston butts; and doorknob-size, whole fresh mushrooms.
The pizza pot pie is cooked in a bowl and flipped table-side by the server. It comes in two sizes: a half-pounder and a one-pound serving. You can even bring home a frozen pie to enjoy later.
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To taste one yourself, visit the Chicago Pizza and oven Grinder Company at 2121 North Clark Street.