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Pizza Pies for Headlines partner for its fourth week is … North Shore Pizza Company!

We’re wrapping up our first-ever fundraising series by heading to Northfield to unite with our last partner: North Shore Pizza Company.

The series, dubbed Pizza Pies for Headlines, is in its fourth and final week of rotating through different local pizzerias. Previous pizza partners were Grateful Bites, Marco Roma and Lou Malnati’s Wilmette.

North Shore Pizza Company will generously donate 20 percent of its sales between 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Wednesday, May 12.

During the event, pick-up is preferred at the restaurant located in Northfield Square, 300 Happ Road.

Place an order online here or call (847) 446-4444.

North Shore Pizza Company’s menu offers pizza in four styles, plus a variety of other dishes like fresh salads, sandwiches, pasta and more.

North Shore Pizza Company is owned by the Denenberg family, who founded Viccino’s Pizza Company. The new spot serves pizza with the same flavor and offers a variety of styles in thin, Roma, and pan or stuffed crusts.

The restaurant’s menu also expands to starters, salads, paninos (hot sandwiches on focaccia bread), sandwiches, subs, pasta, baked dishes and desserts.

View North Shore Pizza Company’s full menu here.

For those looking to support The Record on May 12, North Shore Pizza Company will handle the donation from your sale — you just have to order.

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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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