Chicago Pizza and Sports Grille Owner Vic Comastro comes to the Atlanta area as an expert in all things Italian and pizza. In Chicago, he was the owner of five pizza establishments, which gave him the opportunity to learn how to perfect Chicago pizza! Vic explains, “My Grandfather told me when I started running my first restaurant ‘never have anything on your menu that you wouldn’t eat yourself’ and I take that to heart!” He also brought along with him some of Chicago’s other favorite foods, such as Italian beef and the Vienna hotdog. The Italian beef is a juicy sandwich made with fresh French bread that they serve up with wet, juicy giardinere peppers. The Chicago (Vienna) hotdog is garnished with peppers, green relish, onion, tomato and pickle with a dash of celery salt on a poppy seed bun – a true taste of Chicago. We’ve rolled out a great menu from hamburgers, tacos, and wraps to great salads. We think our wings at Chicago Pizza are the best wings in Atlanta!
Chicago Pizza & Sports Grille is truly a sports bar showcasing over 200 TVs and big screens. Vic told us, “TVs take up almost every square inch of space in the restaurant. If you looking for a place to watch a game we have “ALL THE GAMES -ALL THE TIME!” You are guaranteed not to miss your favorite team here in a great atmosphere with terrific food.
Chicago Pizza and Sports Grille is definitely kid friendly. Every booth has a TV and kids seem to love this! While parents watch their favorite teams play, your child can watch anything they like on their own TV. The menu is family friendly and very affordable and they also offer a kid’s menu. The bar area is separate from the dining area so you will feel comfortable bringing your children in for a great meal that the entire family can enjoy.
Vic learned from his family while operating his other restaurants in Chicago, “You can get a drink or a beer anywhere, they are all the same. But a bar that people come back to takes care of their customers. Our motto is to ‘Pour a Good Drink’! We’re different from corporately run businesses where they seem to treat their customers like a number. I was raised in Chicago where customers were more like family and that’s what I honestly believe.”
Vic invites folks from the community to come in and experience the “new” Chicago Pizza and Sports Grille, “ I hope to see you soon and welcome you to come in to get a “True Taste” of Chicago with that neighborhood feeling!”