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Authentc northern Italian pizza on the Gold Coast?

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We're looking for genuine ultrathin-crust pizza tonight, in the Gold Coast/Streeterville area. I know it's not Chicago pizza, but it's what we like. Any suggestions?

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Gold Coast Cafe
1112 N State St, Chicago, IL 60610

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  1. A bit out of territory, but try Pat's in Lincoln Park on Lincoln Ave just north of Fullerton.

    1. What about Pizzeria via Stato? I've only been once but it was good. See the link below to see if it's what you're looking for.
      http://www.osteriaviastato.com/pizzeria/

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      1. re: ms. mika

        This place came to mine, too. I've had a pretty good (expensive) pizza at Pane Caldo (Walton St.) for lunch before....

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        Pane Caldo
        72 E Walton St, Chicago, IL 60611

      2. I haven't been to the new Sono Wood Fired, but I would imagine it's thin. Just off North, not too far. What about the thin at Pizano's?

        1. If it isn't too late...

          Marios, really thin crust http://www.mariosgoldcoast.com (corner of Dearborn & Goethe

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          Bricks Pizza, not as thin, but really good http://brickschicago.com (1907 Lincoln)