Deep Dish Pizza Day

Deep Dish Pizza Day Quick Facts

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2022 DateApril 5, 2022
2023 DateApril 5, 2023
Deep Dish Pizza Day

Deep Dish Pizza Day History

Deep Dish Pizza Day celebrates the Chicago-styled deep crust pie. Deep-dish pizza differs from regular pizza in the way that it is baked. Using a high-edged pan, the crust thickens and deepens. This allows a multitude of toppings to be used including meats, vegetables, and cheeses. Finally, the deep-dish pie is topped with a tomato sauce and left to bake.

It is believed that deep-dish pizza was invented in 1943 at a pizzeria in Chicago called Pizzeria Uno. The founder Ike Sewell claimed it was his idea but others claim the idea was his pizza chef Rudy Malnati’s. Nonetheless, Deep Dish Pizza Day celebrates the popular baked dish and encourages everyone to enjoy a slice. This day is observed annually on April 5th.

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Deep Dish Pizza Day Facts

  • Independent pizza restaurants made an estimated $18.64 billion in 2020 according to Statista.
  • Deep-dish pizza typically takes longer to cook than regular pizza. Depending on the size and ingredients, it usually takes about 40 minutes to bake in an oven.
  • One slice of Chicago authentic deep-dish pizza contains about 420 calories. That's not counting any extra toppings like pepperoni or sausage.

Deep Dish Pizza Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Visit your local pizzeria and enjoy some deep-dish pizza. They may be offering specials or deals to celebrate the day.
  • Bake your own deep-dish pizza. Add as many or whatever toppings as you'd like.
  • Explore some of the best deep-dish pizzas in Chicago.

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