February 18, 2014 |

Supreme Court Justice Scalia doesn’t consider Chicago deep-dish legit pizza

By Mandy Wolf Detwiler


deep dish, chicago pizzaApparently U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has a lot to say, as evidenced by his speech Friday night at the Union League Club of Chicago’s 126th annual George Washington’s Birthday celebration.

During the event, Scalia covered everything from education to religion and yes … even pizza. Turns out he’s not down with the thick, saucy phenomenon known as Chicago pizza. Scalia says it “shouldn’t be called pizza. It’s very tasty, but it’s not pizza.”

Read analysis from the New York Post and The Chicago Sun Times here. What say you, Chicagoans?

 

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