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Grupo di Amici, Chicago

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  • Grupo di Amici, Chicago

    Here is a photo of a good-looking FB Ristorante oven in Grupo di Amici, in Chicago. Ken Shook, our installer in Illinois did a great job, and I think the oven looks really good. Ken is an Italian-trained Venetian plasterer, and he does a great job.

    That said, he hasn't eaten at the restaurant yet, but he says the menu and layout are excellent.

    So, you can fly to Chicago, go to a Cub's game (it's in the neighborhood), and have a great pizza.
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    The bullet hanging from the ceiling looks like it came out of the gun on the South Dakota & Iowa Class Battleships like the USS South Dakota, New Jersey or the Mighty Mo. Both the fixture and the oven are impressive.

    Last edited by jengineer; 10-25-2006, 03:10 PM.


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      Re: Grupo di Amici, Chicago

      Thanks to you both for the posts. Just one quick correction ... the name of our restaurant is spelled "Gruppo di Amici". We're also about a 15 minute train ride from Wrigley Field right off of the Jarvis Red Line "El" stop.