And that means the weather is getting colder, windier, and generally unpleasant. The upside? It’s the perfect time to order some hot and comforting deep dish pizza from Lou Malnati’s!
Hang up the phone because we’re dishing out some tips and tricks for fast, convenient online ordering.
Our newly refreshed online ordering website, order.loumalnatis.com, features some upgrades that will get you eating your favorite pizza quick, without the hassle!
Bonus tip: If you’re not already a member of our rewards program…you need to get in on that! Earn points with every order that will get you closer and closer to…FREE PIZZA! Sign up by downloading the free Lou Malnati’s app in the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, or join online at thanx.com/loumalnatis.
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?
Heidi has been battling a terminal illness called Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis since age three. The heartfelt story began earlier this week when Chance the Rapper, who is a regular Lou Malnati’s customer, heard of Heidi’s situation from the Lou Malnati’s management team. He went out of his way to ensure the teen had tickets to the Coldplay concert in Chicago Thursday night. From there, Martin was made aware of her situation and love for the band, and adjusted his travel plans to make time to visit with her.
They spent time together at the Lou Malnati’s located near Midway Airport, where Hernandez is employed.
“I met Chris Martin and it all feels like a dream. He was really encouraging me to not give up and told me I was awesome and to always remember that,” says Hernandez after their visit.
Heidi is currently battling a serious illness, but she continues to come to work with a smile and her hard work and perseverance do not go unnoticed! Heidi is a huge Coldplay fan, and wanting to do something special for her, her manager reached out to Chance the Rapper and asked for help scoring some tickets to the show at Soldier Field.
There are a lot of things we like about Chance. For one, he’s a big fan of our pizza! But most importantly, he has a heart of gold.
We call it the “Malnati DNA,” when team members share the core values that have made Lou Malnati’s great, and Heidi is a shining example of this. We are proud to have her on our team.
Thank you, Chance for helping to make this possible for Heidi!
Learn more about Heidi’s story here.
The newest Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria is located at 6456 South Cicero Avenue, less than a mile away from Midway Airport at the intersection of 65th & Cicero Avenue. This full-service restaurant and bar offers dine-in, carryout, delivery (within zone), and catering of Chicago’s best deep dish pizza.
We have been following along with construction progress since early March with Lou Malnati’s Director of Facilities & Real Estate, Sasha Milosavljevich, in our Building Midway video series, and today, we’re turning it over to Marc Malnati for a tour of the completed restaurant. Check it out!
Headed to Lou Malnati’s Midway? Be sure to tag all of your social posts and pics with #LousHasLanded.
We’ve been following along with construction progress at the site of our newest pizzeria located near Midway Airport for the past few months, and in Episode 3 of our Building Midway video series, this restaurant really comes together! Check it out below.
Lou Malnati’s Midway will be a full-service restaurant and bar located at 6456 South Cicero Avenue, offering dine-in, delivery, carryout, and catering of Chicago’s best deep dish pizza from Lou Malnati’s.