A readers writes in with some notes from a recent meal at Emmett's, the new Chicago-style pizza parlor in Soho: "The crust had a flavor more reminiscent of New York than the butter crusts that has been fattening Midwesterners since Lou Malnati's opened in 1971. My one complaint was that the crust was too soft and bready — deep dish pies should have more structure and texture whereas my pie sagged once it had been sliced." [EaterWire] [Photo]
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