Here’s the latest dish on the Twin Cities pizza scene. The long-awaited arrival of Chicago favorite Giordano’s is nigh.
The Business Journal reports Minnesota’s first Giordano’s will open on July 15 in Uptown. The pizzeria, known for its award-winning deep dish pies, will be one of two tenants in 2700 Hennepin Ave., sharing the newly constructed building with a Bank of America branch.
Giordano’s is opening soon in Uptown! I can’t wait to try one of Chicago’s best pizza spots! pic.twitter.com/XvHc1JxYvs
— Cale Loken (@cjloken) April 18, 2015
I JUST PASSED BY WHERE THE NEW GIORDANO’S IS GONNA BE IN MINNEAPOLIS HELLO LITTLE PIECE OF CHICAGO
— Tøri《+》 (@VictoriaLynMN) June 17, 2015
The company’s website says the chain’s original owners were Italian immigrants who introduced a family recipe for stuffed pizza in the first restaurant in 1974 on Chicago’s south side. The site goes on to boast, “Giordano’s has…
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