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Pizza Pies for Headlines partner for its third week is … Lou Malnati’s!

We promised four straight weeks of pizza goodness and we’re here to deliver the details on Week 3.

Let’s keep the momentum going with our inaugural fundraising series, Pizza Pies for Headlines, at Lou Malnati’s from 4-10 p.m. Wednesday, May 5.

Our third pizza partner, Lou Malnati’s, will donate 20 percent of its total sales from all orders received by carryout and delivery at the Wilmette location, 3223 Lake Ave.

You must mention The Record North Shore’s fundraiser this week at the time of ordering or use the code FUNDRNS21 for online and app orders.

View Lou Malnati’s full menu here.

The Lou Malnati’s in Wilmette, where you can get an order and support The Record on May 5.

Lou Malnati’s has made deep dish and thin crust pies since first opening in Lincolnwood in 1971. Its signature flaky, buttery crust has been passed down from generation to generation, according to its website.

The Wilmette location offers both crusts, plus other options like gluten-free and crust-less pizzas, where Lou’s lean sausage is the base.

But don’t forget about the popular thin crust, tavern-style pizzas.

Call Lou Malnati’s Wilmette at (847) 256-5780 or place an order here during our fundraiser.

Lou Malnati’s reminds customers to check your receipt for “fundraiser” item, if you do not see “fundraiser” on your receipt on May 5, see or call a manager. Online orders will indicate the event after entering the promo code.

The Record’s Pizza Pies for Headlines series has already partnered with Grateful Bites and Marco Roma Pizzeria in Weeks 1 and 2, respectively. The fundraiser will run every Wednesday for a total of four weeks featuring a different local pizza shop — announced on Fridays — in our coverage area of New Trier Township.

The Record North Shore is an independent media outlet that relies on public financial support. If you would like to support The Record and donate directly,click here.

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Megan Bernard

Megan Bernard is a co-founder and the managing editor who directs day-to-day journalism of The Record. Megan enjoys writing about restaurants, entertainment and education and is an established human-interest reporter.

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