Lou Malnati’s and City of Schaumburg Celebrate Renovation and Expansion of Pizzeria on Historic Corner
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Construction as been completed on the new portion of the long-standing Lou Malnati’s located at the southeast corner of Schaumburg and Roselle Roads in Schaumburg. The new section, which was constructed adjacent to the original building, consists of a new kitchen and a carry-out area. Lou Malnati’s and the Village of Schaumburg celebrated the opening of the new building on Thursday October 28th, with a ribbon cutting ceremony and friendly pizza contest between the officials from the Village.
The redevelopment was a joint project between the Village of Schaumburg and Lou Malnati’s. The former furniture store located at 9 S. Roselle Rd., previously owned by the Village, was demolished to make room for the restaurant’s expansion. In exchange for the store, the Village received the adjacent property, the Turret House.
The expansion and renovations have created a more practical and user friendly space in the pizzeria, including separate waiting areas for carry-out and dine-in customers, improved parking accommodations, and a new kitchen. The final improvements, which include the addition of two handicapped-accessible restrooms on the first floor and a handicapped accessible ramp from the parking lot, are scheduled to be completed by the end of November.
Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria has occupied the historic corner since 1985. It is a family-owned company that stresses consistency in quality, service, and food, offered in a unique environment by a staff that is committed to one another, our customer, and our community.
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