Uno Chicago Grill

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1000 Hylan Dr, Henrietta, NY 14467 [Directions] 7724 Victor-Pittsford Rd, Victor, NY 14564 [Directions] 931 Holt Rd, Webster, NY 14580 [Directions]
Phone Phone Phone
585 272 8667 585 223 6100 585 872 4760
Hours Hours Hours
Sunday - Thursday: 11:30AM to 11:00PM
Friday - Saturday: 11:30AM to 12:00AM
Sunday - Thursday: 11:30AM to 11:00PM
Friday - Saturday: 11:30AM to 12:00AM
Monday - Friday: 11:00PM to 12:00AM
Saturday: 11:30AM to 12:00AM
Sunday: 11:30AM to 11:00PM
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Yes
Website
[WWW]http://www.Unos.com

Uno Chicago Grill is a national chain pizzeria founded in Chicago and now operated from Boston. They have three locations in the Rochester suburbs.

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2008-05-16 13:40:46   One of the better chains out there. I actually enjoy their chicken dishes immensely. Not a bad place for a chain. The three in Rochester (Greece closed) are owned by a local franchisee. —MrRochester


2008-10-23 14:39:44   I've been to Uno's in Williamsburg, noVA, and now Rochester, and all my experiences have led to either food poisoning or a complete disappointment. I've tried an item from each part of the menu - appetizer, salad, pizza, burger, entrée, dessert...all bad, especially the burgers and desserts. —JenFromDC


2009-01-20 18:10:00   Went to this restaurant once before and had a bad experience as far as food 'aftermath' was concerned, however a friend dragged me to it again and the food wasn't bad at all. I would stay away from the pizza, but the pasta was ok. Service was ok the first time, horrendous the second time. Seated immediately but was apparently assigned a server from across the restaurant and thus we had to find our own server whenever we wanted anything. Not a great experience but what can you expect from a chain restaurant. —AV8R


2010-01-22 12:37:38   Crappy pizza at these chains, the crust always makes me feel like it's dipped in oil before baked. I usually just get a burger. The one in Webster gives Xerox employees 10% off for lunch. —DamianKumor


2010-11-17 18:17:45   Apparently, the Chicago original was one of the inventor's of Chicago style deep dish. I kind of like this chain because I have a weakness for things with tons of cheese but I imagine the real Uno blows it away. I hope to try it someday. —BatGuano


2011-02-12 20:47:59   I spent 20 years in Chicago although I grew up in upstate New York. I'll begin by saying that in Chicago there are at least a half dozen excellent places that I have personally had deep dish pizza, including the original Uno, also Pizzeria Due which is across the street and the same owner, Giordano's, Eduardo's, Gino's East and a few Lou Malnatti's locations. I know Chicago deep dish, and I love it. While this does not equal the original Uno or Due (or several others), it's pretty good and smokes the Syracuse Pizzeria Uno locations I have been to with my family. The crust is excellent, and while it gives away a little on flavor in the sauce to the original, I can recommend the Victor location as the best deep dish I've had in this area. —wdrazek