While Lollapalooza is first and foremost a music festival, in recent years the addition of Green Street has also made the festival a celebration of local art vendors, farmers, and organizations dedicated to community involvement and environmental issues. Continue Reading ›
This year, we mixed things up a bit and held an Instagram contest. We asked fans who visited our booth at the Taste to take a picture of their slice of deep dish, tag it with #LouMalnatis and post it to Instagram for a chance to win a $50 gift card. Continue Reading ›
Chicago’s Grant Park will once again play host to the 33rd Annual Taste of Chicago, July 10-14. Long-time food favorites, new restaurants, and a solid music line-up make this year’s Taste worth a visit.
Lou Malnati’s hosted its annual Cancer Benefit last night at our corporate headquarters in Northbrook, Illinois. When the Malnati’s created this benefit 40 years ago, their vision was to raise money and awareness for cancer research, and to make a difference. The goal hasn’t changed much over the years but the momentum at which we’re spreading awareness has and we will continue our efforts until a cure is found. Continue Reading ›
…”High apple pie in the sky hopes” just like Sinatra.
The tents have gone up at Lou Malnati’s corporate headquarters and everyone is busily preparing for the Annual Cancer Benefit on Monday. We’ve been doing this for 40 years now and each year it gets better and better. The silent and live auctions will be packed to the brim with sports memorabilia, sports outings, nights out on the town, fun family activities and so much more.
In addition a night filled with tasty food and great company, Chicago’s The Second City will also be putting on a live side-splitting production featuring Chicago Blackhawks Defenseman, Brian Campbell. We hope to raise as much money as we can for cancer research and education and work towards of finding a cure for cancer, once and for all. Donations are being accepted at all Lou Malnati’s Pizzerias, as well as online through the event website, where you can also purchase tickets and view more information. We hope to see you there!
The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark.