On Saturday, February 11th, our River North pizzeria was a food sponsor for the Juvenile Protective Association’s fourth annual “All in for Kids” Casino Night.
This is our second year in a row sponsoring this event for the JPA, an organization that gives at-risk children and families access to services that can help.
The Casino Night was held at the Chicago Cultural Center’s Preston Bradley Hall, and attendees of the sold out black tie event enjoyed fancy fare from restaurants all over Chicago, in addition to our famous deep dish pizza.
On Thursday, September 22nd, our River North pizzeria sponsored “Comedy for Conflict Resolution,” an event put on by the Center for Conflict Resolution Chicago.
Guests enjoyed live entertainment provided by Chicago improv artists and comedians, drinks, and of course, food! For us, it was a night full of laughter, deep dish pizza, and good company.
The Center for Conflict Resolution
A big part of the mission of the Chicago Help Initiative is to promote an atmosphere of dignity and compassion toward those in need by providing access to food, health services, shelter, and employment.
At Wednesday’s dinner they offered a hot meal, along with services like a literacy program, chair yoga, job boards, and shelter information.
Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria is looking for excited, enthusiastic individuals to join our family! We are hosting open interviews every Tuesday in June at Lou Malnati’s in River North. We invite you to attend and apply in person:
Please bring proof that you are legally eligible to work in the United States.
Bucktown/Wicker Park, Evanston, Gold Coast, Lawndale, Lincoln Park, Lincoln Square/North Center, Lincolnwood, Oak Park, Old Irving/Six Corners, River North, South Loop, West Loop
Lou Malnati’s is looking for dedicated, enthusiastic individuals to join our River North and Gold Coast teams! We invite you to attend our upcoming Job Fair at our River North pizzeria and apply in person:
Among other supportive efforts, the Juvenile Protective Association provides therapeutic counseling services to at-risk children and families. Proceeds from the event will support the mission of the Association.
Casino Night attendees enjoyed a silent auction, dancing and music, and of course, some fancy refreshments. We can’t think of anything fancier than deep dish pizza from Lou Malnati’s! At the end of the night, we were told by many of the attendees that we had the best table there!