Lou Malnati's Pizzeria is Coming Soon to Hoffman Estates
Chicago's Iconic Deep Dish Pizzeria is Headed Northwest and Now Hiring
Lou Malnati's Pizzeria, based in Northbrook, IL announced that it will officially make Hoffman Estates, in the Northwest suburbs, its newest location in the Chicago area. Currently under construction at 1407 Palatine Road, the famous deep dish pizzeria is slated to open in early 2022. It's located in a multi-tenant retail building, adjacent to Starbucks and Jewel-Osco, in the shopping plaza at Palatine Road and Huntington Boulevard.
Lou Malnati's Pizzeria is excited to open their first location in the Hoffman Estates area, which will also serve the Barrington and South Barrington suburbs. The menu is highlighted by the legendary deep dish pizza and features thin crust along with tasty appetizers, salads, pastas and desserts. The 1,730 square foot space, will offer local residents carryout and delivery only. While the latest location will not include a dining room, it will provide easy curbside pick-up, no-contact delivery, and drop off catering services for hungry fans.
Malnati's will hire approximately 50 local employees and is looking to fill various positions including delivery drivers, kitchen crew and phone staff. The managers are currently holding interviews at the Schaumburg location and will be conducted in person or via zoom, depending on availability. Interested applicants are asked to provide proof of authorization to work in the United States and a resume, if applicable. Also, qualified candidates may apply online at www.loumalnatis.com/careers or by texting Lous to 242424. The pizzeria is looking for team players with a strong work ethic and provides paid training, free employee meals, benefits and a fun work environment. The brand was recognized as one of Chicago Tribune's Top 100 Places to Work for the eleventh year in a row and was voted as a 2021 National Top Workplace.
The Malnati family has become famous for their original deep dish pizza recipe, top-notch quality and hospitality since opening in 1971. The company is still owned and operated by second generation family members and Lou Malnati's son, Marc Malnati, proudly carries on the family tradition and honors their legacy. Celebrating its 50th anniversary in business this year, Lou Malnati's currently operates over 60 locations in Chicago, Indianapolis, Milwaukee and Phoenix.
The company looks forward to opening a new location in the Chicago area. "We're excited to bring our authentic Chicago-style deep dish pizza to the Hoffman Estates area and serve even more of the diverse and vibrant community," said Marc Malnati. "We're committed to providing jobs at our restaurants while supporting the local communities we serve. We're grateful for the overwhelmingly positive response of customers who love our food, family and hospitality," Malnati added.
In addition to serving up their famous deep dish, the company strives to become ingrained in the local communities they serve. The pizzeria is known for giving back and supports local charities and schools through fundraisers and volunteer involvement. The Malnati tradition of generosity will continue through youth incentive programs, generous donation programs, and working with local organizations in Hoffman Estates and the surrounding communities.
About Lou Malnati's Pizzeria
Considered the oldest family name in Chicago pizza, Lou Malnati's Pizzeria is a family-owned company famous for deep dish pizza and staying true to the original Chicago-style pizza recipe. The company stresses consistency in quality, service, and food, offered in a unique environment by a staff that is committed to one another, the customer, and the community. Lou Malnati's is passionate about pizza, people and proud to support the local communities they serve one deep dish at a time. There are over 60 locations in the Chicago area, Arizona, Indiana and Wisconsin. A member of the Malnati family has been running the business since it started in 1971. The Malnati's signature deep dish is made from a secret family recipe that has been handed down through four generations. The Passion Runs Deep. For the latest dish, visit https://www.loumalnatis.com/.