Chicago natives run a restaurant that pays homage to their hometown with deep-dish pizzas and Vienna beef hot dogs
- Expires Feb 20, 2013
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$15 for a family-meal package (up to a $35.45 total value)
- One large dinner salad (up to a $6.99 value)
- Four pieces of garlic bread (a $2.49 value)
- One medium deep-dish pizza (a $17.99 value)
- Two pitchers of soda (a $3.99 value each)
$10 for $20 worth of Chicago-style pizza, hot dogs, and Greek food, such as a fully loaded chicago hot dog ($3.99), italian beef sandwich ($8.99), or deep-dish pizza ($14.99 ). See the full menu.Taste A Chi-Town Eatery
As Dion Katsoris learned how to craft gyros and souvlaki from his Grecian-born parents on the north side of Chicago, Michael Mortensen mastered Mamma Calasse’s homemade meatball on Taylor Street, the main drag of Little Italy in Bridgeport. Though the Chicago natives relocated to Las Vegas as strangers, they bonded faster than crayons left in the sun over a shared love of the Windy City, particularly its sports teams.
The duo remains divided on which baseball team reigns supreme—the White Sox or the Cubs—but, to local eaters’ delight, they agree on treating Sin City to a menu of their childhood eats at Taste A Chi-Town Eatery. They pay homage to their Midwestern hometown with deep-dish pizzas and hearty Vienna beef hot dogs on pretzel buns; a page of pitas and souvlaki plates is dedicated solely to Dion’s Greek roots and the Mount Olympus officials that frequent the eatery for business lunches.