Citysearch Editorial Review.
Few have feasted on kielbasa and pizza in the same meal--let alone kielbasa-topped pizza--but that’s the kind of combo this casual 67-seat South Loop pub and eatery dishes out. Its seamless blend of Polish and Italian grub makes a good argument that the two were made for each other. Savory and sweet pierogies and potato pancakes are stars of the Polish menu, and Marco’s Italian beef thin-crust pizza, with shaved beef and giardiniera, is a solid choice to satisfy Italian cravings. Pick from 10 draft beers, many of them local brews, or six Polish vodkas to wash it down while you admire the decor: black-and-white pics of the Chicago Coliseum line the walls and eight flatscreens and a 90-inch HD projection screen keep you up-to-date on sports scores.