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Kylie’s Chicago Pizza opens its doors

By master · November 25th, 2009 · 5 Comments

The remodel is complete.  The product has been taste-tested.  Now the wait is finally over.  I just talked to owner Lance Brough and found out that Kylie’s Chicago Pizza (3601 Fremont Ave N, in the former Mad Pizza space) is opening its doors TONIGHT for dinner.

Kylie's Pizza

Bear in mind that this is a soft opening as they continue to get things in order.  For example, beer and wine won’t be available for another couple of weeks and the web site isn’t up yet, so please be patient.  The inch-and-a-half thick pizza baked in a pan (available in 10″ or 12″ sizes) hopefully will be more than enough to keep your interest.  Don’t worry, thin crust is available, too.    

Kylie’s won’t be open tomorrow for Thanksgiving but they’ll resume business on Friday.  After that, they’ll be open Tuesday through Sunday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. (11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays).     

5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 SPG // Nov 26, 2009 at 5:46 am

    5pm to 10pm…No lunch?

  • 2 FremontUniverse // Nov 26, 2009 at 6:06 am

    No lunch yet but they're hoping to by the spring, if not sooner. I'll keep you posted if they expand their hours.


  • 3 Fran // Nov 27, 2009 at 1:18 am

    Thanks, Heidi. This is a superb addition to the Fremont area. Kylie's has a chance to be a very special dinner site. Best of luck to them.

  • 4 4zappa // Nov 28, 2009 at 6:33 am

    I was sorry to see Madd Pizza was such a good fit for the 'hood. Kylies so far (at least as far as decor is concerned…looks like a bad suburban pizza place or airport joint. Those pendants in the windows look like they got them on sale at Lamps Plus…c'mon guys. Hire a good designer to amp this place up a bit. You're in the middle of the city! That being said…I hope the pizza is good and I'll definitely give u a try.

  • 5 fremontgigi // Nov 28, 2009 at 5:12 pm

    Had the “Chicago Classic” there last night. The pizza had great flavor–delicious sauce, sausage and crust. However, having grown up eating “Gino's East” pizza in Chicago, my idea of “Chicago style pizza” is one in which the sausage forms an entire layer on the bottom of the pie. Kylie's had just one or two big pieces per slice on ours. I'd be willing to pay more for the pizza to get one that I would consider truly “Chicago style.” We'll be going back; I'll probably just ask for extra sausage next time. Our salad there was really good, too, btw.

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