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Vote for the Best Pie in the Pizza Playoffs

We're looking for the pizza lover's pizza. But we need your help, and your vote, for the most loved pizza in Oak Lawn and Evergreen Park.

Getting ready for Sunday's game? Got the big screen TV and your favorite pizza place on speed dial? When the big game ends, we may have a champion but the debate over who's really the best never ends.

That's true for pizza, too. But Patch's Pizza Playoffs aims to find The Most Loved Pizza in the Southland.

Folks in Oak Lawn and Evergreen Park know what they like.

"Definitely Rosangela's. My family won't eat from anywhere else!" — Tom McNamara

"Palermo's. Can't beat their sauce." — Sandy Bose

"Phil's! Saying otherwise is blasphemous!" — Ed Tierney

"Grassano's is already the best in the Midwest. Actually I think it's the best in the world." — Linda Stearns

Today's ballot includes local pizzas — no regional or national chains. Voting is open from Feb. 2 to Feb. 5.

The place to garner the most votes in this round advances to the championship round and faces winners from throughout South Suburban Patchland.

And talk up your favorite in the comments. Tell everyone why you love a particular pie!


Nikki P February 06, 2012 at 11:07 AM
Grassano's has been in the lead all weekend by 200+ votes. The Super Bowl comes on & they fall behind 350+ votes!?!?! Durbins must have had a special at their several locations: FREE DRINK if you vote for them! This is ridiculous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cheryl Grassano February 06, 2012 at 02:03 PM
Congratulations to Durbin's on Winning this Contest!! If we had to lose, I'm just Glad it was to you Guys!! Very nice People, and close Friends of ours!! Cheryl and Gino Grassano
Madeline McCalip February 07, 2012 at 02:39 AM
I voted for Palermos only because initially it said Oak Lawn or Evergreen Park. My favorite Southland pizza is from Joe's Italian Villa at 87th Harlem in Bridgeview. They make a thin crispy crust, savory sauce, tasty cheese and THE best sausage! Our family also likes Durbins, Grassanos, Fasanos (on Roberts Road) and Phils. It just depends how much money you have and what you have a taste for. We are very fortunate to live close to so many excellent restaurants!
Durbins February 07, 2012 at 04:48 AM
Thank you! The compliments you received from your many loyal customers were a prize in itself. It was always pleasure working with Gino and Kris. I'll have to stop in and try one of your pizza puffs I have heard so much about! Good luck and good fortune to you and your family. The McAuliffe Family
Dave W. February 07, 2012 at 06:16 PM
There is just no accounting for taste...

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