We have supported By The Hand Kids Club for many years and Donnita Travis, Executive Director said,
At a time with so much turmoil in the world, our youth are leading the way to not only build a healthier community, but to bring hope and positive change through fresh food. Our kids are the solution and our friends at Malnati’s make it possible. Thank you!
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Weber Grills to show you just how easy it is to grill a frozen Lou Malnati’s deep dish pizza.
Watch as Weber Head Grill Master, Kevin Kolman, shows you step by step how to grill a Lou Malnati’s deep dish pizza.
To grill your pizza on a charcoal grill, using ¾ of a chimney, preheat your grill by placing the charcoal evenly around the outside of the charcoal grate in a complete circle. You’ll be targeting temps at 375-400°. The dampers should be set to about half way open. Place pizza in the center of the grate and use same cooking times as above.
To grill your pizza on a pellet grill, set your Weber SmokeFire up to be anywhere between 375-400° for 10-15 minutes. Place pizza on the top rack, directly in the center of the grill and use same cooking times as above.
Use the same instructions as above, but cook pizzas for 20-25 minutes, again checking for a temperature of at least 165°.
Let us know what you think! Tag your grilled pizza pics on social with #LousxWeber for the chance to be featured on our pages!
Heart shaped pizzas will be available in all Lou Malnati’s pizzerias starting Friday, February 7th through Valentine’s Day weekend, Sunday, February 16th. Surprise your Valentine with a gift from the heart!
But if you have a busy night ahead, if you’re glued to the couch for a big game, or (gasp!) maybe Lou’s is closed for the day or opening late, it’s tough to get that fresh-from-the-oven taste you love! Our solution? Half-baked pizzas.
Here’s how it works…
Which means big crowds, late nights, and lots of dancing! The only way to brighten those happy faces even more at the end of the night is by bringing in Chicago’s best pizza – Lou Malnati’s!
With one simple call to our catering department, it is easy to set up a late-night delivery that can feed any number of wedding crowds. We recommend that parties order our small deep dish pizzas, cut into eight pieces. The smaller slices are easy to pick up, pop in your mouth, and keep dancing the night away!
Take a look at some of our customers who’ve left their wedding nights overjoyed and full with the great taste of Lou Malnati’s!
Did you know Lou’s can cater for your special day? Now you can put a ring on it, and then get your deep dish on as you dance the night away with your bridesmaids and loved ones. Tag a bride to let them know the best wedding hack EVER! 💍❤️🍕 . . . . . #lou #pizza #pizzas #deepdish #chicago #chi #cater #catering #wedding #weddingplanning #love #bridesmaids #weddingfood #reception #bride #regram @laurarege
Keep the trend going and make Lou Malnati’s a part of your big celebration as the perfect late-night snack!
Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated writer, director, producer, and actor Bonnie Hunt served as master of ceremonies at the charity event. Guests listened to a discussion with Marc Malnati, Jean Malnati Miller, and co-director and surgical director of the institute, James P. Chandler, and enjoyed a live auction featuring a variety of items and experiences. One hotly contested experience was “Dinner with the Docs” – a dinner at Lou Malnati’s Gold Coast with doctors from the institute, and of course, deep dish pizza!
This money will help to advance medical research and clinical care for patients with brain and spinal cord tumors at the Malnati Brain Tumor Institute.
To learn more about the Malnati family’s history supporting cancer research and the Northwestern Medicine Lou and Jean Malnati Brain Tumor Institute, check out our blog here.