He’s from Scotch Plains, New Jersey, he lives in Rogers Park, and he works at the hostel (IHSP) across the street. His name is Jeff, and he's our first crustomer of the month in eight months! You might see him on an early Wednesday afternoon, casually enjoying a Margherita slice, just enjoying life and pretending he’s in an episode of Seinfeld. If it’s later in the day, he might be plugging away at some urban planning. If it’s really late, he’s grooving at an after party hosted by us, munching on a slice of Philly cheese steak. We’re sorry that slice no longer exists, Jeff.
We were the first pizza place Jeff ever found when he came to Chicago a few years back. He was lured by thin crust za similar to the NY Style he was raised on. He kept coming back because of the “amazing folks” behind the counter, creative specials, and events that were poppin.’ We’re happy to be Jeff’s pizza home, and we look forward to that beard full of life every time it walks through our door.
When did you first start coming to Dimo’s Pizza?
I moved to the Chicago area eight years ago and Dimo’s was one of the first pizza places I found.
What do you love about Dimo’s?
The creativity and thought placed into the thin crust slice.
And the community! The amazing folks behind the counter, all of the late nights at Dimo’s, and the events held here.
The Philly or any variation on the Margarita.
Bowling, finding new punk shows, pretending that I’m in a Seinfeld episode, and trying to stay healthy.
Upon hearing you were named crustomer of the month, you…
I initially had to clarify to make sure that it was true. And then I called my parents.
Anything else would you like the pizzaverse to know about you?
Thank you Dimo’s for always being there when we need you!