What’s the family connection? Well, none that we know of yet, but Peter almost loves pizza as much as we do, so he fits right in with this family!
With this TEAM Malnati partnership, we’re bringing golf fans and pizza fans together with the goal of raising money for the Lou Malnati’s Cancer Research Fund. For every eagle Peter makes while on tour, we will donate $50 to the Lou Malnati’s Cancer Research Fund, and for every birdie, we’ll donate $25.
Today’s your lucky day because we’re going to share our secrets for how to make the quintessential Chicago-style deep dish pizza, our Malnati Chicago Classic!
Now who’s ready for a slice of that Malnati Chicago Classic?
Toasted bread, crusted with parmesan cheese and stuffed with a three-cheese blend of mozzarella, cheddar, and provolone, sliced tomatoes, and fresh basil. This is no ordinary grilled cheese sandwich!
Artichoke hearts, roasted tomatoes, and bowtie pasta tossed in our homemade pesto sauce, topped with shaved parmesan cheese. Add chicken for an additional cost.
Items are available at our full-service restaurants (excluding Phoenix & Lawndale) and cafés only. Grilled Cheese served with fries at our full-service restaurants, or your choice of potato chips or fresh fruit at our Lincoln Park and Evanston cafés.
Lou Malnati’s Arcadia is open for business at 4pm!
Our second pizzeria outside of Chicagoland is located in Phoenix’s Arcadia neighborhood at 3431 North 56th Street at the southeast corner of Indian School Road and 56th Street.
What makes this pizzeria different from our first Phoenix restaurant? As a carryout and delivery only location, Lou Malnati’s Arcadia does not offer seating, but will make it even easier for Phoenix’s deep dish pizza lovers to pick up their favorite Chicago-style pizza or have it delivered!
Stop by Lou Malnati’s Arcadia today at 4pm and help us celebrate our grand opening with, what else but, PIZZA! See you there.
A couple months ago, we broke the news that our third Arizona location will be located in Scottsdale, slated for a summer 2018 opening. Read more about Lou Malnati’s Scottsdale ›
Today, on Stand Up To Cancer Day, we’re taking a look back at the history of the Lou Malnati’s Cancer Research Fund.
Starting in 1971, Lou and Jean Malnati hosted their first annual charity event to raise a scholarship fund for a local athlete that would play football at Wake Forest University, in the name of famous Chicago Bear Brian Piccolo, who passed away from cancer. After Lou also fell victim to cancer in 1978, Jean transformed this dinner into the Lou Malnati’s Cancer Research Benefit.
The benefit will take place on Saturday, September 23rd at the Meadows Club in Rolling Meadows. All proceeds from the event benefit:
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.
Questions about the benefit? Leave a comment or contact us – we would love to hear from you.