We want to help whether it’s through serving pizza at a community fundraising event, sponsoring sports teams, donating items to be used at a raffle, or…
Here are a few neighborhood microbreweries you may find on tap and enjoy on National Beer Day at select suburban restaurant locations:
Alarmist Brewing – Pantsless Pale Ale
Prairie Krafts Brewing – Grove Amber Ale
Solemn Oath Brewing – Snaggletooth Bandana American IPA
Dining in the city? Find a rotating craft selection from local favorites like Goose Island, Revolution, Lagunitas, Off Color, and Half Acre at all of our Chicago restaurant locations!
Heart shaped pizzas will be available in all Lou Malnati’s pizzerias starting Wednesday, February 7th through Valentine’s Day, Wednesday, February 14th.
Cupid’s best tip: Save some time by grabbing a frozen heart shaped pizza from our freezer case before Valentine’s Day, or order your pizza half-baked and finish it in your oven at home!
In a long distance relationship? Ship a Lou Malnati’s heart shaped pizza to that special someone!
Send a heartfelt sentiment right to their doorstep with the help of our shipping division, Tastes of Chicago. Heart shaped pizzas are available in quantities of 2, 4, or 6 pizzas, and can be paired with other Valentine’s Day gifts and treats from Chicago.
Mayor Rich Veenstra along with several village officials joined Mark Agnew (President and CEO of Lou Malnati’s) and Gregg Kopp (General Manager of the location) for a taste of deep dish and to formally welcome Lou Malnati’s in to the Addison community.
Lou Malnati’s Addison is located at 114 West Lake Street, open Monday-Thursday at 4pm and Friday-Sunday at 11am. Serving areas of Addison, Itasca, Wood Dale, and Bensenville, this pizzeria offers carryout, delivery (within zone) and catering of Lou Malnati’s legendary deep dish pizza and more.
So stop by our newest pizzeria and satisfy your craving for the best pizza in Addison!
Lou Malnati’s gift cards are perfect for everyone on your list! And the best part? It’s a gift for them…and a little something extra for yourself! Continue Reading ›
In 1971, Lou and Jean Malnati hosted their first benefit raising money for a scholarship fund in memory of their friend, legendary Chicago Bears running back, Brian Piccolo. After Lou also fell victim to cancer in 1978, the Malnati family dedicated themselves to funding cancer research and treatment programs, and created the Lou Malnati Cancer Research Foundation.
Today, after a transformational donation to the Northwestern Brain Tumor Institute, the Lou Malnati Cancer Research Foundation is proud to introduce the newly renamed Northwestern Medicine Lou and Jean Malnati Brain Tumor Institute.
By making this contribution, our goal is to help the Northwestern Medicine Lou and Jean Malnati Brain Tumor Institute attract and retain even more world class talent, who have the capability to both create breakthroughs in battling brain tumors and advance patient care in the neuroscience field. We believe that our “dream team” will become one of the top three brain tumor institutes in the country.
Watch Jean accept special recognition for the newly named Northwestern Medicine Lou and Jean Malnati Brain Tumor Institute.
Check out this video to learn more about the history of the Lou Malnati Cancer Research Foundation.
Donations to the Lou Malnati Cancer Research Foundation can be made online at lmcb.org. Donate Now ›
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.