Uno Chicago Grill

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931 Holt Rd, Webster, NY 14580 [Directions]
585 872 4760
Hours as of May 2021 per website
Monday - Thursday: 11:30AM to 9:00PM
Friday: 11:30AM to 10:00PM
Saturday: 12:00PM to 10:00PM
Sunday: 12:00PM to 8:00PM
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Uno Chicago Grill is a national chain pizzeria founded in Chicago and now operated from Boston. They once had four locations in the Rochester suburbs but now have only one, in Towne Center Webster.

In the past there were locations in Greece (closed in 2007), Victor (closed February 28, 2018), and Henrietta (closed in 2021).


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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