On Monday, April 14th, Lou Malnati’s employees gathered together for the annual tradition of planting flowers for our outdoor cafés. But what should have been a glorious spring day and an opportunity to get some much needed fresh air turned into a cold and dreary event. In fact, we had to move it inside our warehouse!
Mother Nature, how can you be so cruel? On the plus side, when the weather does cooperate we’ll be ready to go! Welcome the return of warm weather by dining al fresco at one of Lou Malnati’s nine outdoor patios! See our options below.
Take a glance at the hip and dynamic atmosphere at the newest Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria located in Oak Park. According to the Lead Interior Designer, Lindsey Kornblatt, the design of the space combines industrial elements with a vintage retro vibe that is reminiscent of mid-20th century and the history of Oak Park.
While the slideshow is nice, there is a perk to seeing it in person: deep dish fresh from the oven!
Things around here have been far from spooky! On Thursday, October 28, we unveiled the completed carryout area of our Schaumburg location at the corner of Schaumburg and Roselle Roads. The new addition features a separate area for carryout pick-up and a brand new, state of the art kitchen complete including six pizza ovens with room to spare for two more if needed! The Village of Schaumburg was there to help celebrate the grand opening of the new addition with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Marc Malnati even challenged the Mayor and elected officials from the village to a pizza cook-off! Continue Reading ›
We’re a close knit family here at Lou Malnati’s. We stand behind one another and support each other through the volatile journey we call life. Highs or lows, good or bad – we ride it out with our employees and do what we can to help. We take pride in the people we hire and come to think of them as a part of our family. We also take pride in knowing our employees are strong, driven, positive and total rockstars. Continue Reading ›
Every mother has their signature dish that helps ease their families rumbling tummies. Growing up, I always looked forward to Wednesday spaghetti nights. Wednesday’s were great – we were half way through the week, making plans for the weekend and Mom was cooking up spaghetti… life was good. Even if the week was off to a rough start, we could always count on having a nice home cooked meal and some great family conversation come Wednesday. Continue Reading ›