Since 1997 this family-owned and -operated Ledo's location has provided pizza and sub sandwiches to the Wheaton area. This location is just one of many restaurants in a chain that has existed since 1955. You know you're eating a trademark Ledo's pizza when you crunch down on the thick crust of a rectangular slice. Although the norm now, circular pizzas were a relatively new phenomenon in the 1950s, the most common cooking pan being rectangular. All these years, Ledo's has chosen to stick to its roots and provide large, rectangular pizzas.