Tell City, IN
HOURS:Sunday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Friday – Saturday: 11 a.m. – 10 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?
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.
Gift cards and Fundraisers Available – Call for Details.
Perfect for schools, teams, churches, groups, bands and clubs!
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. Chicago’s will deliver your group order at the prearranged time and place. The product will be a professionally packaged ready to bake pizza with preparation instructions enclosed. Past experience has shown that a Chicago’s Pizza Fundraiser is popular, hassle-free and it works.
MEET THE OWNER OF THIS RESTAURANT!
Chicago’s Pizza is a family business and the Tell City location is no exception. Chicago’s Pizza franchise owner Dave Childers is co-owner of the Tell City Chicago’s Pizza, along with his nephew Jerrad Epple, who calls Tell City his hometown.
Dave and Jerrad opened this location’s doors in 2006. Their dedication to quality pizza and friendly service has since earned them the distinction of small business of the year.
One interesting fact: during their many years of service, they hosted comedy shows for a while in the restaurant!
Their daily lunch buffet boasts a great following: all-you-can-eat great food and a full salad bar at a really good price. One of the Tell City fan favorites is the Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza.
“I love what I do because it allows me to operate a business in my hometown, where I can meet members of my community and become friends,” said Jerrad.