HOURS:Monday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Friday: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Saturday: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Sunday: 11:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Lunch Buffet Hours:
Monday to Friday 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 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, Party Room and Fundraisers Available – Call for Details.
Perfect for schools, teams, churches, groups, bands and clubs!
• Dine to Donate
• Pizza Vouchers
Chicago’s Pizza fundraisers are a simple and effective way for your group or organization to raise money! Chicago’s offers two great ways to partner with us. You can join us in the restaurant for a Dine to Donate evening, or sell pizza vouchers to be redeemed in the store! If you would like more information please contact a manager and we would love to help you get started!
MEET THE OWNER OF THIS RESTAURANT!
Owner Noah Epple is very familiar with the Chicago’s Pizza family. For a decade he worked with his brother, Nate Epple, at the Indianapolis Chicago’s Pizza location, where he developed a passion for the industry.
After a great deal of searching and waiting, he was able to open his own Chicago’s Pizza restaurant at Sheek and Worthsville—the Whiteland, Indiana location—in 2020.
“I’m excited to share in the Chicago’s story here in our new neighborhood,” Noah said.
But, Noah is no stranger to the south side of Indianapolis. He grew up on the south side and attended Southport High school and spent many fun days in the Greenwood/Whiteland area, driving go-karts at what is now Rascals Funzone and Golfing at Otte.
“It’s been exciting to rediscover the area and learn about its dramatic changes through conversation with staff and our guests,” Noah said.
One of the most interesting features of Noah’s Whiteland restaurant is a custom mural painted by renowned local artist Kyle Ragsdale. Noah and his wife, Bethany, wanted the wall to feature artwork that depicted their vision for the restaurant. The mural includes Noah’s family and others in fellowship together.
“This reflects our hope for Chicago’s in the Whiteland area: that we could be a place to support community among our neighbors,” Noah said.
The Whiteland location prides itself in providing a great dining experience through consistently good food and exceptional service. A local favorite is their Chicken Bacon Ranch pizza.
“Chicago’s Pizza has been in my family for as long as I can remember,” Noah said. “I’ve had other jobs, but always came back to the restaurant as it provides such joy to serve the community in which I live. There is nothing like seeing the appreciation on a customer’s face when you serve a meal and know that it’s brightening their day.”