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Bigger and better: Customers meet for lunch in the newly-rebuilt Chicago's Pizza, still at 1031 N. State St. in Greenfield. The restaurant, expanded from 2,500 square feet to 4,000, reopened on Dec. 28. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)


Bigger and better: Customers meet for lunch in the newly-rebuilt Chicago's Pizza, still at 1031 N. State St. in Greenfield. The restaurant, expanded from 2,500 square feet to 4,000, reopened on Dec. 28. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — You know you have a loyal customer base when you’ve been closed for a period of time and when you re-open, the line of customers clamoring to get in lasts for 12 hours.

That’s exactly what happened when the Greenfield Chicago’s Pizza reopened Dec. 28 in its new building – same location – at 1031 N. State St.

In fact, the staff could barely keep up with the demand for the first three days.

It’s been pedal to the metal ever since, according to the Greenfield store’s general manager, Jane Clifton.

“It’s a wonderful facility,” she said. “We’re still working the bugs out, but it’s still all good.”

The new building is nearly twice the size of the old one – 4,000 feet vs. about 2,500 – and also still has a drive-up window for those in a hurry to get their “Chicago’s fix” as the store’s website (www.chicagospizzarestaurant.com) likes to say.

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