It's no secret that Chicagoans have an affinity for pizza, but some residents may be dishing out more than others for their beloved cheese pies.
NPR recently released the findings from a study of pizza prices from around the country, ranking the median price of all cheese pizzas from neighborhoods in cities across America.
The data, provided by Chicago-based GrubHub Seamless, included neighborhoods in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia and Washington D.C
Chicago’s Loop ranked highest for the most expensive pizza in the city, followed by River North and Old Town.
The cheapest Chicago neighborhood was Austin and the East Side, with a median price around $12.
Sadly, the graph provided was not a “pie chart.”