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1647 N. Milwaukee Ave. (Concord Pl.) Send to Phone
Brick oven pizzas---including a $100 caviar-topped pie---benchmark this upscale-casual Italian storefront.

Lunch Mon.-Sat., Dinner nightly
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Reservations suggested

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Barcello's Restaurant Review

: Sweets & Savories chef-owner David Richards transformed this longtime Bucktown pizza joint into one sophisticated pie spot. Orange and exposed brick walls give way to a hard-to-ignore conversation piece: a citrus-hued Vespa that adorns the small dining room. Dishes are a broad mix, from individual starters to tapas to entrées that are large enough for two. Our money’s on the pork and peach pizza, a smoky blend of pulled pig, sweet peaches and zippy pomegranate barbecue sauce. Pastas are fine, too; the delicate raviolo with truffled potato purée, oozy egg yolk and white truffle oil is earthy, silky and utterly decadent. Service leaves a lot to be desired, though. The BYOB policy (no corkage fee) makes us a bit forgiving---for now.
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