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Chicago's 'best' pizzeria enters West Michigan market

September 9, 2016
| By Pat Evans |
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Giordano's pizza
Giordano's says it is "one of the originators" of Chicago-style stuffed pizza. Photo via

A Chicago-based chain of pizzerias has opened its first location in the state via West Michigan.

Giordano’s recently opened a location in Holland, at 3333 W. Shore Dr.

The restaurant includes a dining room with a full bar and offers delivery and pick-up services.

The menu features the company’s stuffed deep-dish pizza, along with thin crust and extra-thin-crust pizzas, as well as appetizers, salads, sandwiches, Italian dishes and desserts.


Brothers Efren Boglio and Joseph Boglio opened the first Giordano’s location in 1974 on the South Side of Chicago, following their family’s stuffed-pizza recipe.

The chain has more than 42 locations across the Chicagoland, Florida, Indiana, Minnesota and Michigan.

Giordano’s is expanding and planning new locations in Arizona and Nevada.

The chain has been named Chicago’s "best" pizza by CBS Chicago, Chicago magazine, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Eater, The New York Times and more.

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