Paulie Gee's Logan Square in Chicago

CHICAGO - If you're wondering where to find the best pizza in Chicago, there are plenty of options. From traditional deep-dish to new-school pies, you can find your favorite style. There are even vegan pizzas.

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Paulie Gee's Logan Square in Chicago

If you're craving the classic Italian American pies, head to Paulie Gees. The company has been serving delicious food for over 45 years. Their signature pan pizza is a favorite among locals. It's a caramelized, crispy crust that encases a hearty pie loaded with meat.

While it may be a bit hard to beat Pequod's, several other Chicago pizzerias are worth trying. Noah Sandoval, the chef at Michelin-starred Oriole, has created a unique Sicilian-style pie. His pizzas are fun and sophisticated and feature black garlic and confit pork.

Jimmy's Pizza Cafe has served New York-style pies in Lincoln Square for over a decade. Its sausage pie is dotted with perfectly spiced ground pork. You can also try roasted red peppers, mushrooms, and more.

Pat's Pizza is a North Side staple for thin crust. It's an excellent spot for casual dining and offers online ordering. In addition to pies, you can order sides such as pasta, salads, and wings.