Totino's is better. Far cry form Chicago pizza..
Slow service. Took 30 minutes to make a 14" thin crust pizza with tomato, onion and mushroom. The crust was burnt; the cheese was melted but not browned or well cooked. We'd heard that the deep dish took 40 minutes to prepare. When we saw 4 tables of people, none of whom were eating pizza yet, we went with thin crust. This pizza is not even close to anything served in Chicago, where I grew up. The pizza taste was bland at best. Couldn't taste any seasoning or spices. The sauce was like sauce from a can. The crust was a glorified soft cracker. We went with an OpenTable reservation and they had no idea what open table was or how to process the reservation. They need a lot of work to become acceptable.
Not Chicago Pizza.
I was excited when I found "authentic Chicago pizza" in the valley. The atmosphere was good and the service was decent. But if you have ever been to Lou's or Gino's in Chicago you will be extremely disappointed as this is NOT real Chicago pizza. For those that have never eaten REAL Chicago pizza may think this is OK. Save your night out for good pizza and go somewhere else.