Almost five months ago, we broke ground on the site of our newest pizzeria on Chicago’s south side, less than a mile away from Midway Airport. Today, the walls are up, the plans are laid, and we are well on our way to an early May opening!
Lou Malnati’s Midway will be a full-service restaurant and bar, offering dine-in, delivery, carryout, and catering of Chicago’s best deep dish pizza from Lou Malnati’s.
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The proof is in the pizza, so check out our video below where Marc Malnati drove around in a “love bug” to pass out heart shaped pizzas all over Chicago. The unsuspecting recipients sure were love struck!
All Lou Malnati’s locations have 9″ heart shaped pizzas readily available for dine-in, delivery, and carryout through Valentine’s Day. Get yours today!
Tickets are hard to come by this late in the game, but fans that make the trip to the convention will enjoy meet and greets with current and former Cubs players, pics with the World Series trophy (how cool is that?), panel discussions, and more!
The three-day event is at the Sheraton Grand Chicago, and guess what? The hotel is conveniently located near multiple downtown Lou Malnati’s locations!
If you’re not staying at the Sheraton, check out all of our locations to see which Lou’s is closest to you! View Locations ›
Take a look at our photo of Lou Malnati and Mr. Cub himself, Ernie Banks! Those were the good old days…
When your Lou Malnati’s pizza delivery comes to the door, piping hot and ready to eat, that feeling of excitement really can’t be beat. Because…deep dish, right?
But if you really pause to think about it, you wouldn’t be eating that deep dish pizza without the work of the delivery driver who brought it to you!
Can you believe 2016 is coming to a close? We can’t either! That’s why we put together a list of a few of our fondest memories from the year, and one thing is for sure: 2016 was one for the books, folks!
This year, on Saturday, November 19th, we filled over 1,200 baskets! Each basket includes everything needed to make a Thanksgiving feast, including turkey, canned fruits and vegetables, soups, cookies, and more. Hand-drawn cards, made by the kiddos in attendance, were also included in the baskets.
This event is not only a way for all of us to give thanks by giving back, but it’s really a hallmark of our tradition of generosity here at Lou Malnati’s.
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