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Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom

Company History We've been serving great beer and pizza for more than three decades, and we're gearing up for three decades more.

Address

5030 Sergeant Rd
Sioux City, IA 51106
Last Updated: November 3, 2017

Hours

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About Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom

We've been serving great beer and pizza for more than three decades, and we're gearing up for three decades more.
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More About Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom

We're located across from the Lakeport Commons Shopping Center near Texas Roadhouse.

Whether you're coming in to catch your favorite game on any of our 60" TVs or to enjoy any of our 36 beers on draft, Old Chicago is the spot to reconnect with your family and friends. Stop by for lunch and use our Free WiFi and enjoy our made from scratch pizza, or come gather 'round with family and friends and experience Old Chicago.

From shareable starters, fresh salads and signature calzones to authentic Panini sandwiches and specialty pizzas, our crafted and craveable menu has something to offer everyone.

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Looking for a place to have lunch today? Come in and enjoy our $7.99 lunch food specials and add a tall glass of beer for $4.99!

 

Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom

5030 Sergeant Rd

Sioux City, IA 51106

Get in and out on your lunch hour at Old Chicago

 

Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom
5030 Sergeant Rd 
Sioux City, IA 51106

It's finally here!!!!! Odell Golden Ale exclusive to Old Chicago! We were lucky enough to get one half barrel keg in today...come in and try it before it's gone! Odell Brewery rekindled their old original recipe exclusively for our 40th Anniversary...it's incredibly smooth!!!

 

5030 Sergeant Rd
Sioux City, IA
 

Basic pizza most likely began in prehistoric times, with bread cooked on flat, hot stones.

 

Roughly 1,000 years ago herb-and-spice-covered circles of baked dough grew exceptionally popular in Naples, Italy. Known as focaccia, these rounds were served as an appetizer or a snack. (Source: Smithsonian)

 

 

Pizza developed in Italy in pre-refrigerator times. After focaccia, its most direct ancestor was "Casa de nanza," which means "take out before." Housewives would pound out dough into a thin crust and place leftovers on to bake. Pizza was a peasant food designed to be eaten without utensils and, like the French crepe and the Mexican taco, was a way to make use of fresh produce available locally and to get rid of leftovers.

Specials

Happy Hour

Monday-Friday 3pm-6pm

Half Price Starters

Excludes Crispy Tavern Bites, Chicago Works and Chi-Town Trio

Half Price Drinks

Excludes 23oz. beers and shots

Daily Craft Specials

$3.00 Pints - Available All Day

Monday - Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

Tuesday - New Belgium Brewing Co.

Wednesday - Ask for the World Beer Tour Wednesday Beer

Thursday - Any Samuel Adams beer

Friday - Ask for the Iowa Brewery of the week

Late Night

Monday - Saturday 10pm-Close

Sunday - 9pm-Close

$2 One-Topping Pub Pizzas

Additional toppings .50

$2 16oz PBR and Red Bull Cans

$3 All Pints*

*excludes high ABV and imports

$4 All Wines and Call Drinks

Smirnoff, Bacardi, Tanqueray, Jose Cuervo Gold, Jack Daniles and Jim Beam

$5 You Call It*

*add Red Bull for $2, excludes Doubles

Nothing over $5 during late night!

Come try our new Kurt Burger! We have awesome beer specials and a new limited time offer menu!!

 

 

Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom

5030 Sergeant Rd

Sioux City, IA 51106

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