Spacca Napoli Pizzeria
The thin crust pies can be ordered with traditional red sauce or topped with olive oil, and the quality ingredients like prosciutto, Italian sausage, spicy salami and arugula pay tribute to Italy.
try the sausage and broocoli pizza
Diavola: The heat is balanced by the cheese and the bright, sweet and mildly acidic San Marzano tomato sauce. The large pieces of fresh basil complete a set of toppings that never fails to satisfy.
Who would have thought some of Chicago's best pizza was Neapolitan style? Cited as a favorite among chefs and locals, Spacca Napoli has some of the finest cracker crust in town.
Best burrata EVER. Best Neapolitan style pizza in Chicago.
A custom oak-stoked oven kicks out perfectly charred Neapolitan beauties in less than two minutes. Toppings run the gamut from fennel-flecked sausage to bitter rapini to prosciutto ribbons.
Time Out Chicago
Try a pie from the listing of sauce-less pizze bianco. - Inspector
Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
The ONLY authentic Napolitan pizza in Chicago.Look for the specials on the board. Burrata us amazing.
Tony Priolo, chef of Piccolo Sogno, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Margherita pizza.
2.50 for each little Coca-Cola bottle?! What is this, Nam?
Try the Diavolo
Authentic Neapolitan Pizza as found in Napoli. If pizza there has changed your life like it has mine... then Spacca Napoli is essential for fans of the aromatic characteristics of this pie.
Try the prosciutto e bufala
Best Pizza Ever!!!!
One of the best pizzas ever... All the ingredients imported from Italy... Good desserts, and not too expensive..
Try the Pizza Funghi
This place has the best Napolitan style pizza in Chicago!!! Their Margherita is out of this world. Go before 6 to get seating though in the summer it's packed.
Watch out Coalfire, there's a new Neapolitan style pizzeria king in town. Our appetizers and dinner came out super fast! The gorgonzola pizza topped with Italian sausage and fresh spinach was amazing!
Favorite pizza in Chicago. The daily specials are the way to go. The Nutella desert isn't bad, either.
This place has the best authentic wood fired pizzas in Chicago. Tight seating and it's always packed. But it's very worth it