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  • Charles V.

    So sad to hear the Lincolnshire location closed last Saturday , May 2nd. Food was superb as was the service. Our group is now looking for an alternative restaurant that meets your high standards. Audrey and Charlie Van Eeckhout

  • Maria R.

    Hadn't been here in awhile and was really looking forward to the flatbread. Happy to see a Go For 2 option so ordered the tomato & goat cheese on wheat flatbread and a tomato basil soup. We also ordered bruchetta and calamari which both ended up being really tasty and the best part of the meal. Food came fast and the service was fine. Just really disappointed in the dryness and lack of flavor of the flatbread. Not what I remembered. Some good, some not so much. I think I will go for the pasta next time.

  • Jesus G.

    Go there for lunch quite frequently since it's right next to my job. I always get the "go for 2" special so I can get 2 small portions. My fav is the pepperoni pizza and the roma chopped salad (have to balance my calories! Lol) I am part of their free "rewards" program however I feel like I dont get anything free anymore. The program has changed so much I dont even know how it works!

  • Leigh W.

    I'm sad to update my review because I really do like Go Roma, but the last 5 or 6 times I've come here for a Chopped Salad, the lettuce has been gross and old. You know when you leave iceberg lettuce in the fridge too long and the white parts turn pink? Yeah. Gross. Their salads have such great flavor, but it's really not worth spending $7 if you aren't getting fresh ingredients. I guess Portillo's will be my go-to Chopped Salad from now on :(

  • Joseph P.

    The closet location to me disappeared quickly a few months ago, so we tried this one last night. It was not busy yet most booths were uncleared or tables were a bit dirty @7:45! The food was pretty good, with the 2 pasta dishes we had (About $9 ea.) as shown in the photos among our favorites. We had to go over to an empty table to get our own silverware/napkin set ups. Overall, this place is OK, but needs a service "shakedown" to get it up to speed.

  • Valerie W.

    For a chain, I really enjoy Go Roma. Their food is locally sourced, always hot and fresh, and consistent. You know what you're going to get, and it is going to be good. My personal favorite is the Country Style Rigatoni, which is a garlic cream sauce with local crumbled italian sausage, roasted red peppers, mushrooms, and basil. All pastas come with a bread stick, which is perfect for dipping in the extra sauce. You can also order any pasta with any other shaped noodle. The last time I was there, I wanted my garlicky creamy sausagey goodness, but also wanted to feel a little bit better about myself, so I ordered the whole wheat pasta. No problem! Like I said, I like knowing that what I am going to get is good, fresh, and local, as well as reasonably priced!

  • Kayla C.

    The first time I came here I tried the goat cheese pizza and I was hooked! Keep in mind I hate goat cheese, but when I read all the ingredients on the pizza I started salivating. They bring it out to you on this wooden board and it is beyond words! I ordered it with this tiny little glass of Chianti. I came back a few days later for the pear and walnut salad and again...so delicious! Now every time I go I keep trying something new. It never disappoints. The place always has people, but it's never overcrowded. The staff is very friendly and they always bring everything to your table in a timely manner. They have little tables with umbrellas in case you wish to sit outside.

  • Quinn N.

    Pretty affordable for north Chicago! Service was excellent, or is that typical Midwestern hospitality? Portions were hearty; there is a wine menu at $5-$6 a glass!

  • Jennifer N.

    This is one of my "go-to" spots when I'm craving a chopped salad. Go Roma chopped salad is delicious! I usually order it plain because I can't fathom spending an additional $3 for a few strips of chicken. But other than that - no complaints.They have also catered a few of our meetings and training events. Delivery was prompt and the food was nice and hot.

  • Shaun H.

    Location. Location. Location. Why would they choose a location without parking? Three restaurnats and a cell phone store share a parking lot that looks like it was meant for just one of those businesses. Seriously, I had to park in a lot that isn't exactly adjacent somewhere between a Barnes and Noble and a DSW Shoe store. That alone will keep me from coming back. Who has time for that on their lunch break? I had the Chicken Parm sandwich. With tax it just broke 8 bucks. It was meaty and mostly pretty good. I was apprehensive about the giardenara on it, but it was a nice touch. Parts were dry and could use more sauce, but at least it wasn't a wet sloppy mess either. The fries (which I had heard great things about) might have been really good, if they were served 30 minutes prior when they would have been fresh. They were dry and cold. But, I can see why people like the flavor. They toss them in some herbs and parmesan. Too bad I got a bad bunch. I would have asked for new fresh ones, but I had spent all of my extra time during my break on the expedition from the parking lot. If whoever in corporate hadn't chosen such a lousy spot without parking, I would probably become a semi-regular. But, I need something that isn't completely inconvenient during my lunch breaks.

  • Sara B.

    Thanks for the flood of old memories Mr W. Tasty simple food and a cold beer after a stressful vet apt.

  • Stephen M.

    Sorry go Roma. Pizza is not going to get raves--it can be improved I'd say. The crust needs some identity--more crisp, more taste. (Sopraffina has the same concept, but better execution). I see other's reviews who are positive about other aspects. I'll come back and check. I hope that the reviewers are not hypers. (I mean over enthusiastic reviewers).

  • Christina G.

    With this place, you know exactly what you are getting - fast food Italian style. I was glad to see the Go for Two special offered - half of a flatbread and a cup of soup. It was the perfect amount of food for lunch. There was no line when I arrived, so we got to ordering, got our drinks, picked our table (no shortage of seats), and the food came out shortly after that. The food was pretty good, but not great. It was cold out, so I appreciated the hot soup and warm flatbread. But, I think Roma's was seriously skimpy on the spices/seasoning. I would have liked to taste more than just cheese on my flatbread. The soup also lacked spice, but its bigger problem was that it was too brothy with not enough pasta/veggies to make it a minestrone. I'd stop in for a quick lunch, but not sure I'd make this a destination place to eat.

  • Elaine M.

    The husband and I came here to grab a quick bite before catching a movie. It was perfect! In and out in about 25 minutes. We are speedy eaters, but watch out, the food was served piping hot. We almost burned our mouths. We stopped in here because it says right on the door that they are fast! Having no experience what so ever with this chain I asked the order taker what was good here. Her response was "everything"! She suggested the "Italian classics". I chose the baked rigatoni with meat sauce. It was excellent. Came out hot, cheesy and delicious. Hubby had the spaghetti with meat marinara sauce. Also good tasting. Both dishes came with a bread stick for dipping in the leftover sauce. Okay, this isn't gourmet Italian, but come on, it isn't meant to be. This place is perfect for quick, basic , good, tasting, fast food style Italian fare with friendly service!

  • Victoria W.

    Heard pretty good things about this place, finally tried it out. Did no tknow it was a fast takeout place for lunch, kinda like the Italian version of noodle & co. Which by the way, Noodle & Co is just right next door. I got the pomodoro, fair portion, about the same as Noodle & Co. It was $7.39 or so with tax. A bit more than Noodle &co. But it tasted pretty good! You can pick bowtie, spaghetti, rigatoni or linguine for your pasta. My linguine came out with a wheat pasta and I HATE wheat pasta, but still the dish was surprisingly good. Came with a bread stick. What I love about this place is, it is FAST, like it took 2 minute for it to roll out of the kitchen. LOVE IT! You can do the pick 2 for $7.99. Soup, salad, pasta or pizza for 1/2 portion.

  • Michael C.

    Pros: The best french fries of any restaurant. Delicious sandwiches, pasta, pizza and salads. Simple (good) service style similar to Noodles & Co. Very family friendly. Outdoor section is nice. Offers beer. Cons: Difficult crammed parking lot. (Which effects the other restaurants in that location as well.) Notes: Intentionally no TVs.

  • Mark G.

    The HR person at my job had a bunch of coupons for everybody, so I decided to take advantage of the $3 off. Upon entry, my first thought was "wow, this place looks strikingly like Chipotle". The menu behind the counter was a direct rip off, as well as the colors and style of decoration inside. The food however, was awesome! I wish there was more than one in the Loop downtown because the one on State is a bit far from our office down there. I think if they mapped it out correctly this place would do a lot of business downtown. I will definitely go back here though when I have the chance. Most lunches nowadays are in the $-$9 range anyways, so if I have to wait just a bit longer for some above average fast-ish food, i'm down.

  • Brad S.

    Family and I have strapped the feed bag on here many times. Often on Friday nights the kids get to pick dinner and this is always in the running. The pizzas are flavorful and the crusts are ok ( I would like more crisp less sponge) the kids like them. The chicken parm. panini is my reason for going here it is great. In the dozens of times we have gone I can't think of a time that the food let us down. I like the coke machine here it is one of the 106 flavors and it is fun to try.

  • david s.

    I've had the 'signature' Italian Sausage pizza and Pepperoni pizza. The Italian has onions, green peppers and is very good, but a bit busy with all the different ingredient tastes. But the pepperoni only has pepperoni (along with the cheese and sauce, of course) and is now my fave pizza, and I've had them all on the north shore. I was surprised at how much I liked this simple pizza. The quality of a pizza crust is all-important, and a mediocre crust ruins many pizzas. This crust is spot-on. The pepperoni is tasty, crisp, and spicy. The cheese is present in the right amount, as opposed to the thick slabs of cheesy goo at so many other places. Sometimes, less is more.... Try it. A half plank serves one, a full plank serves 2 reasonably hungry adults. They say it serves 2-3, but I disagree.

  • Teresa C.

    One of our favorite places to eat, kids eat free on Sunday with a purchase of an adult entree.

  • Darlene L.

    Food is quick and inexpensive, but they could certainly do better. The breadsticks are a doughy mass crying out for garlic flavoring. The chicken limone was loaded with a nondescript sauce and lots of gritty spinach on the side. The bow tie pasta with vegetables in a broth was overcooked. Remember the term al dente?Well, the cook needs a lesson here. Would not go back as there are better casual choices in the vicinity of the movie theatres across the street.

  • Dean K.

    This is a perfect place for families. Last I checked Sunday's are free for the kids. Reasonable prices. The selection is ok. This is high end casual so it is still a limited menu. I like the combo meals where you can do 1/2 a salad and 1/2 sandwich or soup. This makes it easier to order.

  • Peter W.

    Good (but Americanized) Italian food, but it's fast and reasonably priced. I learned that you can order family portions. The dinner for 4 will easily feed 6 people.

  • Blake B.

    Fast food Italian place which serves nothing you'll see in Rome. Avoid lunch if you are going back to the office afterward because it will give you a serious stink breath...most everything is over seasoned with copious amounts of garlic/onion.

  • Mike A.

    We have eaten here many times, primarily due to the kids eat free on Sundays deal. One of our kids has outgrown the kids meal, so our visits will decline quite a bit. Mostly this has been our lunch destination and their lunch staples: pizza, sandwiches, salads and soups have been decent. Not great, but when you can feed a family of 4 for about $20(inc the free kids) you tend to adjust expectations. Well, yesterday we ended up eating here for dinner and I have to tell you: Never again! While the rest went with the usual lunch type selections, I chose the chicken Marsala. Angel hair pasta and sauce were good, but the rest? Horrible! The chicken had no taste and I assume came from a precooked packet, there was no way that was grilled on site or cooked in the past week or so. The sun dried tomato, well it was at some point a tomato and it was dry, rubber dry! The place was packed and the newly installed Coke Freestyle machine, while great if you have ever used it, is a nightmare when there are a ton of kids in the the place. Each drink fill or refill takes about 5min per kid, as they go through each of the 100+ options and drip about an oz per selection into their cups until they fill it up. I gave it 3 stars for lunch based on many visits. If this was a dinner one time only review it would get: ONE STAR.

  • Alice M.

    A perfectly mediocre fast-food Italian place. Tried the rigatoni country-style, and it was a bit too salty and seemed like something I could make myself. Got the warm chocolate cake thing for dessert and that didn't taste too great.. seemed undercooked and a bit flavorless. I guess it has good-sized portions for the entrees, but there's nothing spectacular about this place that makes me want to go back.

  • Danielle S.

    Is it bad? No. Is it great? No. Is it fast food Americanized Italian? Yes. Basically it was a good way to get come quick pasta, and it didn't taste too bad, but I could have made it at home. I wasn't wowed, but you get what you pay for. The inside atmosphere is nice, and you can sit outside. The service was friendly, and I really don't have any other complaints. It's just not a place I would go to often or would get the craving to go back to.

  • Rachel H.

    Americanized Italian fast food..is how I would best describe it . Choices are not too many which is a good thing...there is nothing as irritating to see a gaziilion choices...wonderign what to get... and have an impatient crowd behind you.I have been there my friends. The salads are very good. I invariably get the Chicken Ceaser Salad with roasted chicken. The sandwiches are pretty good, especially the fries...oh yum.The fries are thin cut, crispy and seasoned just perfect. Defianltey a good spot for a quick lunch.

  • Amy A.

    Fast casual Italian for a reasonable price? Yes, please! My favorite thing to get here is the combo of Oven Roasted Vegetable Pizza on whole wheat crust and the Pear and Walnut Salad. Second favorite is the Tilapia Piccata. Nothing is over $10. And the food is very tasty. I also love that they have GLUTEN FREE pasta options! We're trying to get away from soda pop, but for the people that love their soda, they have one of those Coke selection machines that have over 100 combinations of different flavored sodas. Yum!

  • Justin W.

    Cheap Italian. I'm not a huge fan and I wouldn't do back-flips over the food, but for how quick it is, it's worth it. Unless you can get some killer cheap Italian at a local mom and pop kitchen, I would suggest going here. I knock it down to three stars since they sacrifice taste and authenticity for a fancier presentation.

  • Michael j.

    Tried it a few times, Average at best. Small portion for the money! Bread is not fresh. Kinda of doughy. Food taste like it comes from a can. I will never go there again.....Do yourself a favor and try the place in Buffalo grove called Pastabilities.....

  • Raaksud s.

    Good value for money food. They have various kinds of pastas. I especially like their lemon flavoured grilled tilapia in a lemony sauce with capers and spinach.

  • Christina S.

    My expectations were pretty low for a fast food Italian type place, but I gotta say, molto bene! :) We went during a very busy noonish lunch and even though it was swamped, the line moved fast, the food was good, and we even managed to find a seat. ;) I had and would definitely order again, the pick your pasta and sauce deal with country style sauce (cream sauce with chunky fennel sausage, mushroom, garlic and bell peppers?) served over linguine. Delicioso! My companion even decided she was ordering it for dinner the same night (a happy coincident that her friend chose the same place for their dinner date later that evening). It was thick and flavorful, and the pasta was perfectly al dente. Meanwhile her margherita pizza looked yum and I tasted the vinaigrette on her salad (with permission!) and it was zippy. My refillable tea and entree with bread stick was $11, and I took half of it home. This is my first experience here, but it has convinced me to return to this very casual and airy (patio was open too!), albeit loud, and likely not too authentic Italian, establishment to indulge in more. Although, I think I may have hit the lottery (dish-wise) on my first try.

  • Darci S.

    Go Roma is one of our go-to spots for lunch or dinner. Some favorites: chopped salad, tomato basil soup, veggie pizza, spaghetti and meatballs, and the skinny fries that come with the sandwiches! Really tasty, quick, italian food - much more authentic/high quality than you might expect. They have a rewards program that is great and we end up getting free entrees fairly regularly. They have tasty kids meals that are a favorite with our son so that makes a big difference for us as well. The service is usually at least decent and the seating area is nice and clean. my one complaint - they have one of those freestyle coke machines. emphasis on ONE. people tend to let their children play and make kamakaze drinks and make the wait for a drink FOREVER. so annoying. get another pop machine AND pay attention to your kids.

  • Jennifer T.

    I think overall this place has great customer service across the board, but I did noticed that this particular location is always prompt and nice. I think it has a lot to do that it's near corporate offices so a lot of of business professionals go here for lunch and for meetings. Therefore, the staff takes on a more attentive approach than usual. They keep the place pretty clean and neat, and besides the general busboy, there are people walking around without uniforms cleaning up tables and giving me boxes to go too. Once, I thought it was a normal customer asking me if I wanted to 'box that', so I was relieved a moment later to find that she wasn't after my food. ;P Another time, I had gotten up and started walking out when I was chased after by one of the staff that I had forgotten my food. Things like that feels genuine so I appreciate the service here. I think for the most part, you'll like this place because it's quick and easy satisfaction to Italian cravings. Today I had the Country-Styled Chicken Rigatoni for about $9 something with tax. It was just right, not too salty and not bland. The sauce was liquidy, almost soupy-like but that's to my liking. Makes me feel like it's not as high calorie even though it probably was a bit. They also have good portion pizza and a few selections for soup/meal combo. Overall, you will find something for under $8-10 here. I enjoy this place and will definitely come back many more times.

  • Jacqueline S.

    The food is decent for a fast casual chain. I especially like the dessert - chocolate pudding cake. My bf likes the soup/sandwich and french fries.

  • Jamal A.

    Good Pasta for quick lunch. The place is clean and well organized. service was good as well. I will have to try their pizza

  • Chai K.

    Honestly, I'm can eat spaghetti almost everyday. I only order 2 things here, the Pomodoro or Garlic Shrimp w/ Spaghetti pasta. They're my favorite! Good flavor and I always add a couple dashes of Tabasco to kick it up. I always think of trying something different, but I can't seem to pass up my standards. Lunch time gets a little crazy, but the tables turnover fairly quick.

  • Diaz M.

    OK people, its not your typical Sabarro's or Pompei type of substandard Italian/American food. It's actually decent for lunch or a quick bite to keep you satisfied. They give you enough food to eat, so the portions are good, and the price is not recession proof, but worth what you're eating ($7-$12 range). Try the Chicken Pomadorro Sandwich which is full of flavor, and the Ravioli in Marinara Sauce is balanced, not too sweet and not too sour with the right consistency . You'll be surprise that it's decent food. Best Part is they have a Coca Cola "State of the Art" soda machine that has different soda products that you don't get at a regular store. That was AWESOME (Peach & Lime Fanta are tops) So eat and fill up!


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  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : Yes
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Beer & Wine Only
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : No
    Caters : Yes


Italian Cuisine

The immense popularity of Italian cuisine globally isn't unknown. You can find an Italian Pizzeria around every corner of almost every city in the United States. Not to forget that in every house, people enjoy mac and cheese as comfort food. But it would be wrong to believe that Italian food starts with pizza and ends with good pasta as this Mediterranean country has much more to offer other than these two dishes. In Italian Cuisine, there is a high use of fresh tomatoes, all kinds of herbs, great quality of cheese, all types of meat, seafood and fresh handmade pasta. Many find it hard to believe that Italians have been making noodles long back.

Italian and Greek cuisines are always mistaken to be same, but they are poles apart. The primary difference between the two cuisines is the use of cheese in most of the Italian dishes. Italians love to cultivate their own cheese and process them as per their food requirement. It is believed that some cheese is so expensive that cheese producers secure them in lockers.

If you are bored eating the same old pasta or pizza, you can try some of the authentic Italian dishes like Risotto, Polenta, Ribollita, Lasagna, Fiorentina Steak, Bottarga, Ossobuco, Carbonara, Focaccia, Arancini and Supplì. Another item which Italians love to relish every morning is a good cup of Italian Coffee. Once you taste a freshly brewed cup of Italian Coffee, you might not visit Starbucks ever again. Authentic Italian food is made with heart and soul, so go find a restaurant where you can relish Italian cuisine in your city.


Pizza is a famous Italian dish savored around the world. The entire credit for the popularity of Pizza in the United States goes to the chain of pizzerias all over the country. While the base and the texture of Pizza remains same across the globe, it's the toppings that differs from country to country. In the United States, you will find the top pizzerias serving pizzas with the toppings of mainly beef, bacon, chicken, ham, and sausage for the non-vegetarians. Other than these famous meat options, Pizzas with veg toppings such as mushrooms, pepperonis, garlic, tomatoes, spinach, etc. are also famous in most restaurants in the United States.

Irrespective of your locality, you will find a variety of different restaurants in your cities offering pizzas of all different types. Pizza is hot favorite among people of all ages in the United States. A large size pizza is enough to feed a family of 3 or 4 at large. Pizza is also the most preferred food whenever a group of friends is hanging out together. Pizza gained popularity in the United States after the American soldiers stationed in Italy returned from World War II.

Over the years, different pizzerias in the United States have developed their own respective regional variations. Pizza gained popularity as the iconic dish in the United States in the second half of the 20th century. Whether you prefer thin or thick crust pizza, you can find a pizza of your preference at the best pizza restaurants in your city.

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