Good experience. It's an unusual pizzeria, so you can't really go wrong. The staff is nice, we went in to watch a game that they weren't showing but they put the game up anyways. The food is solid and inexpensive for the most part. The location is nice too a block away from a lot of shops.
Pizza was really good. Deep dish is the original Chicago crust. But the buffalo flavored wings were incredible. We're not super hot. That could be good or bad, but the flavor was awesome.
The food here is pretty bad. I hadn't been to an Uno in at least 15 years and wanted to try it again. You're probably better off buying frozen pizzas and mozzarella sticks. It literally tasted like nothing, but on the bright side I think the deep dish pizza must have been low sodium. The cauliflower crust pizza was actually really good though. A couple other families and we were confused when we walked in because nobody was around to seat us or greet us, and it was a tiny restaurant. The staff was very pleasant though once seated, especially the newer manager who was there at the time.
Great place to visit for a: fairly-quick, budget friendly, high quantity, medium qualify, bite to eat.
Known for their pizzas, which are great.
Lunch specials are killer; $6.99 - $8.99 for a soup/salad and pizza meal. For dinner, look to spend ~$10-$15 per person for a meal that will likely fill you up and taste good. Family friendly. Decent sized place, but not huge.
Great experience. Went there a few years ago on a trip to Boston. Food was so delicious and cheap it made me search for UNOs in my area. Before that, didn't even know they exist. Customers service was professional and nice.