虽说Deep dish pizza是芝加哥的代名词，可Chicaoan说：俺们城里好吃的东西多了去了，而且这都是俺们城里的特产：
1：Lou Malnati eating at Chicago's original deep dish pizza place, Pizze Uno, which later changed to Pizzeria Uno, at 29 East Ohio St.
2：Vienna Beef Chicago style hot dog
3：Flaming saganaki：1968, when staff at Chicago’s Parthenon decided to add a dose of theatricality to the fried cheese dish known as saganaki.
4：Chicken Vesuvio：Chicagoans can take credit for marketing it as Chicken Vesuvio.
5：Jibaro/jibarito：The jibaro was inspired by a recipe in a Puerto Rican newspaper in the mid-1990s. Today, you can find the sandwich in dozens of restaurants in and out of Chicago.
6：Jim Shoe: The Jim, or sometimes spelled Gym, Shoe blends roast beef, corned beef, gyros, and gyros sauce in one sandwich.
7：Akutagawa：Akutagawa blends bean sprouts, onions, burger, peppers and eggs into a beige hodgepodge.
8：Banana Mana: The Banana Mana is the creation of Reese Price, who owns a place named Mr. Allen's Sweet shop around 63rd and Carpenter streets.
9：Big Baby: While a double cheeseburger with American cheese, grilled onions, pickles, mustard and ketchup on a toasted bun is not unique to Chicago, the precise order of ingredients, name and geographic specificity of this creation set it apart from others.