Little Star Pizza Dividadero

★★★★★
  • 846 Divisadero St

    San Francisco, CA 94117

    Cross street: at Fulton

    Map & Directions
  • 415-441-1118

About Little Star Pizza Dividadero

Hours
Tuesday To Thursday From 05:00 PM To 10:00 PM Friday To Saturday From 05:00 PM To 11:00 PM

Food

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Found this place on Divis about two years ago. located on the outerbounds of our neighborhood, we ventured in one Friday night. This is a very popular spot, and there is a long wait (40 minutes) to grab a table.
Being from Chicago I

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Found this place on Divis about two years ago. located on the outerbounds of our neighborhood, we ventured in one Friday night. This is a very popular spot, and there is a long wait (40 minutes) to grab a table.
Being from Chicago I

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This pizza could be a lot better if they concentrated on making the crust stay firm during baking. The crust gets a little soggy and doesn't hold up well.

The taste of the sauce is superior to other pizza places in the Bay Area that claim

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This pizza could be a lot better if they concentrated on making the crust stay firm during baking. The crust gets a little soggy and doesn't hold up well.

The taste of the sauce is superior to other pizza places in the Bay Area that claim

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This pizza is a different than other thick crust pizzas I have had. The thick, corn meal crust is crisp but not overly greasy. The sauce is the best I have ever tasted. They put the cheese under the sauce, but it works. Then all added

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★★★★★

This pizza is a different than other thick crust pizzas I have had. The thick, corn meal crust is crisp but not overly greasy. The sauce is the best I have ever tasted. They put the cheese under the sauce, but it works. Then all added

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Say what you will about this place it is very good If you are ever around or near i would sugest stopping by and checking it out!

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★★★★☆

Say what you will about this place it is very good If you are ever around or near i would sugest stopping by and checking it out!

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This pizza place is pretty small, dimly lit, and cozy. The host told us that the wait was about 30 to 45 minutes. We didn't mind, because we had nothing else to do. The host let us pre-order while we wait for our seats. We finally sat

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This pizza place is pretty small, dimly lit, and cozy. The host told us that the wait was about 30 to 45 minutes. We didn't mind, because we had nothing else to do. The host let us pre-order while we wait for our seats. We finally sat

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Almost perfect. Tasty crust. Delicious extras like sausage and olives. Not too much cheese. Flavorful, chunky sauce. The only thing wrong is it doesn't quite measure up to the heart-stopping size of the pizza at my favorite, Lou Malnati's

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Almost perfect. Tasty crust. Delicious extras like sausage and olives. Not too much cheese. Flavorful, chunky sauce. The only thing wrong is it doesn't quite measure up to the heart-stopping size of the pizza at my favorite, Lou Malnati's

Pros: Tasty

Cons: Not quite Chicago

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The pizza was decent and toppings were fresh. Wine was pretty well-chosen, and service was relatively quick. Decent indie tunes too, and good location.

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The pizza was decent and toppings were fresh. Wine was pretty well-chosen, and service was relatively quick. Decent indie tunes too, and good location.

Pros: good thin crust

Cons: expensive

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Hot dang, the ratings finally mesh with the actual quality on this site! Seriously good pizza, i was pleasantly surprised and impressed with the quality. Deep dish is hard to find, and good deep dish is even harder. The tomatoes used in

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Hot dang, the ratings finally mesh with the actual quality on this site! Seriously good pizza, i was pleasantly surprised and impressed with the quality. Deep dish is hard to find, and good deep dish is even harder. The tomatoes used in

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My girlfriend and I eat here weekly, usually take-out, but dine-in is pleasant too. While they finish up your order, you usually have a few minutes to enjoy a beer at the bar. Staff is pleasant, and though they don't open until 5,

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My girlfriend and I eat here weekly, usually take-out, but dine-in is pleasant too. While they finish up your order, you usually have a few minutes to enjoy a beer at the bar. Staff is pleasant, and though they don't open until 5,

Pros: Food, Pizza, Happy Hour

Cons: none, none, none

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very good pizza but I prefer Amici's I am a native New yorker and Amici is the real deal. I never get sick of eating it

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★★★★★

very good pizza but I prefer Amici's I am a native New yorker and Amici is the real deal. I never get sick of eating it

Pros: good pizza

Cons: too busy at times

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Though I have not been to any of the famous deep dish pizza capitals of the world, I would have to say Little Star is the best pizza that can be found in the city. It's dark windows and discreet sign make this place hard to discriminate

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Though I have not been to any of the famous deep dish pizza capitals of the world, I would have to say Little Star is the best pizza that can be found in the city. It's dark windows and discreet sign make this place hard to discriminate

Pros: delicious deep dish

Cons: always crowded & cash only

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Hard for me to rate chicago style pizza in california because i used to live in chicago. i've tried a few places though, and this was probably the best. Average service, too dark inside to see anything or even read the menu (which always

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★★★★★

Hard for me to rate chicago style pizza in california because i used to live in chicago. i've tried a few places though, and this was probably the best. Average service, too dark inside to see anything or even read the menu (which always

Pros: decent chicago style

Cons: overpriced, dark interior

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What is the hype about this place? The pizza was average, the tomato sauce completely overbearing to hide the fact that, well they don't put much of the fresh ingredients. The service wasn't good at all, borderline unpleasant. This place

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★★★★★

What is the hype about this place? The pizza was average, the tomato sauce completely overbearing to hide the fact that, well they don't put much of the fresh ingredients. The service wasn't good at all, borderline unpleasant. This place

Cons: Service, cash only, no reservation

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Once I discovered Little Star, there was 1 less reason to trek to east bay to visit friends. No longer spend time, gas & bridge toll to eat at Zachary?s with Little Star in SF. Glad there are now 2 locations. Take out makes it even

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★★★★★

Once I discovered Little Star, there was 1 less reason to trek to east bay to visit friends. No longer spend time, gas & bridge toll to eat at Zachary?s with Little Star in SF. Glad there are now 2 locations. Take out makes it even

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This is one place I can imagine having pizza without meat. Their Little Star signature pizza had a perfect combination of flavors. All you taste is spinach, cheese, tomato,herbs and a buttery flaky crust. Yummm!!! Even the thin crust

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This is one place I can imagine having pizza without meat. Their Little Star signature pizza had a perfect combination of flavors. All you taste is spinach, cheese, tomato,herbs and a buttery flaky crust. Yummm!!! Even the thin crust

Pros: Well balanced floavors, good crust

Cons: tough parking, small tables

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I can't really begrudge people who think this pizza is actually good; there's not much to compare it to in the Bay Area. So by default, it's probably the best Chicago-style pizza in the city. Couple of things. The crust had great

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I can't really begrudge people who think this pizza is actually good; there's not much to compare it to in the Bay Area. So by default, it's probably the best Chicago-style pizza in the city. Couple of things. The crust had great

Pros: Service

Cons: Pizza Quality

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Not sure what all the hype is about. I've been to Chicago, home of stuffed/deep dish pizza. Tried out Little Star too. But in the end, Zachary's in the East Bay wins hands down. Friends who used to live in Chicago rave about Little

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Not sure what all the hype is about. I've been to Chicago, home of stuffed/deep dish pizza. Tried out Little Star too. But in the end, Zachary's in the East Bay wins hands down. Friends who used to live in Chicago rave about Little

Pros: ? ? ?

Cons: Not very tasty pizza, bad ambiance

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A greasier Zachary's. Which is still good! Place is always crowded so expect to wait.

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A greasier Zachary's. Which is still good! Place is always crowded so expect to wait.

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Awesome pizza, great atmosphere and juke box. Blue Star beer on tap is my favorite as well as their champagne cocktail, Pompagne.

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Awesome pizza, great atmosphere and juke box. Blue Star beer on tap is my favorite as well as their champagne cocktail, Pompagne.

Pros: ambiance, food, service, drinks

Cons: parking

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After hearing great thing about little star from citysearch and friends I decided to try it out. The placed was filled with yuppies and an unfriendly waitstaff, but I figured if the pizza was as good as everyone said it was I could always

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After hearing great thing about little star from citysearch and friends I decided to try it out. The placed was filled with yuppies and an unfriendly waitstaff, but I figured if the pizza was as good as everyone said it was I could always

Pros: pizza

Cons: waitstaff & patrons

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As a former Chicago resident and lover of its pizza, I just about always applaud new deep dish restaurants.\r
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But, I can't for Little Star.\r
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First the pizza is not that great. It has far less flavor than other recently opened

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As a former Chicago resident and lover of its pizza, I just about always applaud new deep dish restaurants.\r
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But, I can't for Little Star.\r
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First the pizza is not that great. It has far less flavor than other recently opened

Pros: It's deep dish pizza, albeit fair

Cons: Snooty service. Loud. Dark. Kid hostile environment.

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I'm not a deep dish aficionado, but I'd heard for years how good their pizza is and it's true! The service was good up until the waiter disappeared with the bill and we waited what seemed like forever to get change. It wasn't very busy.

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I'm not a deep dish aficionado, but I'd heard for years how good their pizza is and it's true! The service was good up until the waiter disappeared with the bill and we waited what seemed like forever to get change. It wasn't very busy.

Pros: Food

Cons: Parking

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It's magical. They've mastered the deep-dish pizza, particulary the crust. It's buttery, flakey, crunchy, chewy, gooey...it's DAMN good! I've eaten deep-dish in Chicago, and at Zachary's...and honestly, they couldn't hold Little Star's

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It's magical. They've mastered the deep-dish pizza, particulary the crust. It's buttery, flakey, crunchy, chewy, gooey...it's DAMN good! I've eaten deep-dish in Chicago, and at Zachary's...and honestly, they couldn't hold Little Star's

Pros: Best Deep-Dish In The World!

Cons: "Too Cool" Service, Table Turnover Policy, No Smile Policy

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Okay, so I have heard great things about this place forever. But, we have walked away from the place after checking the wait length several times (before shows at the Indep.), which averages 1-2 hours during peak. My husband and I went

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Okay, so I have heard great things about this place forever. But, we have walked away from the place after checking the wait length several times (before shows at the Indep.), which averages 1-2 hours during peak. My husband and I went

Pros: fun, greatest pizza, great value

Cons: occas. long wait

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I am on a deep-dish pizza odyssey:\r
- 10 times to Little Star, SF\r
- 1 to Zachary's, Berkeley\r
- 4 to Patxi's, SF\r
- 1 to to Pizzeria Due, Chicago\r
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- Little Star has the best crust, and fantastic everything else, and edges out the

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★★★★★

I am on a deep-dish pizza odyssey:\r
- 10 times to Little Star, SF\r
- 1 to Zachary's, Berkeley\r
- 4 to Patxi's, SF\r
- 1 to to Pizzeria Due, Chicago\r
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- Little Star has the best crust, and fantastic everything else, and edges out the

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Great atmosphere for a casual date or happy hour with friends and consistently delicious deep dish pizza will keep me coming back. I love this spot. The only con I'd say is waiting to get a table during peak hours. Other than that, this

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Great atmosphere for a casual date or happy hour with friends and consistently delicious deep dish pizza will keep me coming back. I love this spot. The only con I'd say is waiting to get a table during peak hours. Other than that, this

Pros: the ambience, the pizza

Cons: waiting for a table, parking

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The Citysearch editorial pretty much nails it on the head on this little gem. The only drawback is the long wait for a table. The scene is young and lively - this is a happening place. On the Saturday night we visited, the wait was a

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The Citysearch editorial pretty much nails it on the head on this little gem. The only drawback is the long wait for a table. The scene is young and lively - this is a happening place. On the Saturday night we visited, the wait was a

Pros: the deep dish pizza

Cons: the long wait

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As you know I am a fan of the thin crust pizza but I hear that this little star place is grand and I am open minded. I ordered while in the Marina and it was ready when I arrived. Really good but parking was kind of annoying.

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As you know I am a fan of the thin crust pizza but I hear that this little star place is grand and I am open minded. I ordered while in the Marina and it was ready when I arrived. Really good but parking was kind of annoying.

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Little Star Pizza is comparable to Zachary's in Berkeley. I'm still partial to Zachary's but Little Star makes awesome deep dish Chicago-ish pizza. You'll have to wait to get a seat though.

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Little Star Pizza is comparable to Zachary's in Berkeley. I'm still partial to Zachary's but Little Star makes awesome deep dish Chicago-ish pizza. You'll have to wait to get a seat though.

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First off...I live a block away from little star and have been going there since it opened. I have read alot of the reviews and must say; Regardless of what you read, this is the best deep dish in SF and perhaps a top 10 Nation Wide

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First off...I live a block away from little star and have been going there since it opened. I have read alot of the reviews and must say; Regardless of what you read, this is the best deep dish in SF and perhaps a top 10 Nation Wide

Pros: Best Deep Dish Around, good Juke Box, PBR Happy Hour.

Cons: No credit cards accepted....long wait to be seated...but well worth the wait.

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I've never actually eaten in the restaurant, preferring to park illegally on the street and take my pie home to inhale, but the interior and vibe certainly is enticing.

Even more so are the deep-dish pizzas. I've always opted for a sort

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I've never actually eaten in the restaurant, preferring to park illegally on the street and take my pie home to inhale, but the interior and vibe certainly is enticing.

Even more so are the deep-dish pizzas. I've always opted for a sort

Pros: Worthy deep dish

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Little Star got an attitude. The waiters are snobby and rude. When I asked what is your favorite pizza, she said "I've been working here too long, they all taste the same," while looking off in the distance. As soon as we finished our

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Little Star got an attitude. The waiters are snobby and rude. When I asked what is your favorite pizza, she said "I've been working here too long, they all taste the same," while looking off in the distance. As soon as we finished our

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the wait for a table was definitely worth it - we were able to hear our full playlist of jukebox selections. the cornmeal crust made me a fan of deepdish. i'm going back tonight to try the thin-crust. our servers was friendly, responsive

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the wait for a table was definitely worth it - we were able to hear our full playlist of jukebox selections. the cornmeal crust made me a fan of deepdish. i'm going back tonight to try the thin-crust. our servers was friendly, responsive

Pros: jukebox, the crust

Cons: the crowds

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This place used to be charming.

Now- with the cash only, the crowds, the stuck up servers who can't get a beer to a table in less than ten minutes- it's not worth the headache.

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This place used to be charming.

Now- with the cash only, the crowds, the stuck up servers who can't get a beer to a table in less than ten minutes- it's not worth the headache.

Cons: expensive, poor service, cash only=greedy

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Little Star recently decided to stop accepting credit cards. They said it was because if they didn't they would have to increase prices. Unfortunately Little Star took things a step further and decided, like many such restaurants,

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Little Star recently decided to stop accepting credit cards. They said it was because if they didn't they would have to increase prices. Unfortunately Little Star took things a step further and decided, like many such restaurants,

Pros: good pizza

Cons: cheap ownership, crowded

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Little star pizza has the ambiance of a cozy loft which makes for a personal experience with your eating neighbors, but at the same time makes you feel confortable. The pizza ingredients are exceptional, and the style of pizza is for ones

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Little star pizza has the ambiance of a cozy loft which makes for a personal experience with your eating neighbors, but at the same time makes you feel confortable. The pizza ingredients are exceptional, and the style of pizza is for ones

Pros: Happy hour beer price, Prompt service

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Its dark and simple inside. You may have to wait. The bar is tiny. Cash only. But Pizza is great. We love their dip dish. They do have our favorite topping, fresh basil. The pizza sauce is orgasmic. Oh.. if you don't want to wait -

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Its dark and simple inside. You may have to wait. The bar is tiny. Cash only. But Pizza is great. We love their dip dish. They do have our favorite topping, fresh basil. The pizza sauce is orgasmic. Oh.. if you don't want to wait -

Pros: great pizza, great pizza sauce, nice alcohol choice

Cons: wait, cash only

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I really enjoyed their thin slice chicken pesto pizza. Amazing taste! I would have never thought of this combination because I'm a fan of your typical NYC slice. I definitely like the combination not heavy and just right amounts of

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I really enjoyed their thin slice chicken pesto pizza. Amazing taste! I would have never thought of this combination because I'm a fan of your typical NYC slice. I definitely like the combination not heavy and just right amounts of

Pros: friendly, pizza

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One of the best deep dish pizza's I've ever had. And the homemade cheesecake is to die for.

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One of the best deep dish pizza's I've ever had. And the homemade cheesecake is to die for.

Pros: Food, Service

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I live in this area and have seen many new spots open. This joint is one of the best that came recently. The pizza is the best I have tried. These guys know how to do it. they add to our area nd Im back again & again

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I live in this area and have seen many new spots open. This joint is one of the best that came recently. The pizza is the best I have tried. These guys know how to do it. they add to our area nd Im back again & again

Pros: pizza

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Little Star used to be a good pizza spot, but look out for their latest brain-dead trick. They serve you a nice pizza--and then tell you that they no longer accept credit cards, cash only please!! They've even installed an ATM so you can

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Little Star used to be a good pizza spot, but look out for their latest brain-dead trick. They serve you a nice pizza--and then tell you that they no longer accept credit cards, cash only please!! They've even installed an ATM so you can

Pros: pizza, domaine tempier

Cons: cash only!, lame music, really cheap ambience

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I thought I'd tasted heaven when I had my first slice of Little Star's thin crust pizza, but then I tried their deep dish. Absolutely ORGASMIC! The crust is cooked to perfectiion. The sauce is habit-forming. They use just the right

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I thought I'd tasted heaven when I had my first slice of Little Star's thin crust pizza, but then I tried their deep dish. Absolutely ORGASMIC! The crust is cooked to perfectiion. The sauce is habit-forming. They use just the right

Pros: Delicious, Amazing Sauce, Delicious!

Cons: Loud, No delivery service

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Champagne cocktails and yummy pizza! Try the movie star drink ($5 at happy hour) and get some little star deep dish or white pie. This place has cute decor too. Great date spot.

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Champagne cocktails and yummy pizza! Try the movie star drink ($5 at happy hour) and get some little star deep dish or white pie. This place has cute decor too. Great date spot.

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Little Star Pizza makes a mean deep dished pizza. The ingredients are fresh, and it's piled high on a deeply satisfying buttery crust. The ambience is also sleek--giving a dimmed lighted environment, perfect for dates and chilling with some friends.

PROS: Fresh and traditional deep dish.
CONS: Parking is hard, and lines can be long.

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Little Star Pizza makes a mean deep dished pizza. The ingredients are fresh, and it's piled high on a deeply satisfying buttery crust. The ambience is also sleek--giving a dimmed lighted environment, perfect for dates and chilling with some friends.

PROS: Fresh and traditional deep dish.
CONS: Parking is hard, and lines can be long.

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As any pizza connoisseur can attest, it's all about the crust. The thin-crust pies at this Western Addition joint have just-right blistering, while the light, buttery cornmeal crust on a deep dish pie magically remains crispy yet moist.…

 

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