This year’s benefit is just a few weeks away on Saturday, September 17th at The Meadows Club in Rolling Meadows. All proceeds from the event benefit:
With this year’s benefit, we will add to that total. Donations to the Lou Malnati’s Cancer Research Fund can be made at any Lou Malnati’s pizzeria or online at www.lmcb.org. Sponsorships, raffle tickets, and tickets to the event are also available for purchase online.
All Chicagoland locations will open at 4pm on Sunday, August 14th so employees can enjoy our Annual Company Picnic with their families. We appreciate your understanding!
Every year, Lou Malnati’s team members from all of our locations get together to celebrate each other and the company we work for. Check out a recap video from our picnic a few years ago to see what we’re all about…
Looks like fun, right? Thinking about joining our team? Check out our open positions ›
We know we’re new to Phoenix, but let’s be honest… Lou Malnati’s still makes the best pizza! If you’ve dined at our restaurant and loved what you ate, we hope you’ll cast your vote! Vote for Lou’s for “Best Gourmet Pizza” and then head on over to the “Best New Restaurant” category to vote for Lou Malnati’s Phoenix again!
The categories in the poll don’t just include restaurants, you can vote for everything (and we mean everything) from your favorite art gallery, to the best spot for rock climbing in Phoenix.
Head on over to readerschoice.phoenixnewtimes.com to cast your votes. Don’t delay… voting ends Monday, August 15th! Vote now ›
We are proud to announce the next Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria will be opening in fall 2016 in Flossmoor, IL at 3315 Vollmer Road!
In 1977, just before Lou Malnati passed away, he opened a pizzeria in Flossmoor at this exact spot on Vollmer Road. Unfortunately, despite the Malnati family’s best efforts, this restaurant closed in 1978.
Read Marc Malnati’s reflections on that short-lived location, and the return of Lou Malnati’s to Vollmer Road in Flossmoor.
All proceeds from this race will benefit the Family Health Partnership Clinic’s breast cancer fund, which helps uninsured women in McHenry County gain access to life saving screening, education, and care coordination. Raising funds for this organization is just one of our reasons for organizing this race; we also “dash” for a few other reasons…
1. Community. Lou Malnati’s is proud to be a part of the Lakewood community for the past nine years. Through this event, we want to celebrate together.
2. Support. Lou Malnati’s Lakewood has three breast cancer survivors on staff. Raising money for a cause that helps others who are going through the same fight is a great way for us to support them, while also giving back to our community.
3. Meagan Sunde. Meagan was a member of our opening team at Lakewood and played a large part in creating the close family culture that our team still enjoys today. On November 19, 2014 we lost Meagan to her long battle with cancer. Meagan faced her sickness head on as she did with all things, and she was an inspiration to many. She was honest, kind, and always the life of the party. The Deep Dish Dash is one of the many ways that Meagan’s legacy lives on.
(Pro tip: register prior to Tuesday, August 2nd for early bird pricing!)