Presented by the OPRF Chamber of Commerce, Bite Nite is a celebration of outstanding local dining. This event attracts over 400 attendees who sample small bites from over 50 local restaurants, caterers, and food brands during an evening of music and drinks.
It was a pleasure representing the Oak Park food community!
At this family-friendly bash, adults and children enjoyed a live concert, games, face painting, and of course, some deep dish pizza!
If you missed it, don’t worry because the River Forest Park District is hosting these free parties all summer long! Check out their website for a list of dates.
The event was a play on words of March Madness where students and their families came to the school for an evening of math games, music, and of course … pizza!
It was a great night of educational family fun!
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On July 21st, a class from Oak Park and River Forest High School came to our Oak Park pizzeria to learn how to make real Chicago-style deep dish pizza. Oak Park manager Mark Valetti taught the class and said, “It was a blast!” Judging by the smiles on these kids’ faces, we would say they agree!
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On June 22nd, one of our Oak Park Managers, Mark Valetti, did a pizza making demo with campers from Shriners Hospital’s Adaptive Sports Camp.
The Chicago Shriners Hospital believes kids of all abilities should find ways to live active, full lives and this sports camp was one way to introduce the kids to a variety of activities. During the month of June, in addition to our pizza making demo, campers enjoyed activities like golf, scuba diving, archery, and more!
If you’re wondering why it’s so dark in the photo, it’s because there was a power outage due at the restaurant due to a storm that night. Mark just broke out the flashlights, and kept on making pizzas!