HOURS:Monday - Thursday: 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Friday - Saturday: 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Sunday: 11:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Currently all Chicago’s Pizza locations are open at partial capacity. We are implementing increased sanitization and staff screening. All employees are wearing face masks and wash and sanitize their hands frequently. Our hours of operation may be reduced; call ahead to confirm hours. We will continue to monitor and implement the local and state-wide requirements. Thank you for your understanding, patience and continued support.
How can we help you?
Your delicious pizza is just a click away! Order your meal online and enjoy our famous pizza the Chicago’s way.
Don’t know what you want? Take a look at our menu! We have hot pizza, delicious appetizers, fresh salad and decadent desserts that are sure to whet your appetite.
Also, check out our Carryout Menu!
Gift cards and Fundraisers Available – Call for Details.
Perfect for schools, teams, churches, groups, bands and clubs!
• Pizza Cards
A Chicago’s Pizza Fundraiser is a simple and effective way for your group to raise significant money. Our representative will guide you through the sales process. Past experience has shown that a Chicago’s Pizza Fundraiser is popular, hassle-free and it works.
MEET THE OWNERS OF THIS RESTAURANT!
Our Franklin, Indiana location opened its doors in 2005, and is owned by friends Ron and Sean. Photos of local children’s sports teams from over the years line the walls, and the store has a loyal following of regular customers who have become their friends. Their classic pepperoni pizza is a fan favorite, and the management and staff take great pride in their food and service.
“What we do best is not just serve pizza, but form personal connections with our customers,” says Sean. “We love what we do because of all the great people we get to meet every day, from the people who come to work here and become like family, to all of the people who come in to eat, whether it’s their first time here or they have been coming in for years.”