Old Chicago is a chain restaurant featuring Italian entrees along with classic recipes, burgers, appetizers, and plates. They also offer party platters and catering. Old Chicago is owned by CraftWorks Restaurants and Breweries which specializes in restaurants and craft beers. Old Chicago now has over 60 locations in 22 states in the United States.
Their main feature is their Chicago style pizzas. The dough, the large amount of cheese, and the chunky tomato sauce combined with a blend of delicious herbs give Chicago style pizzas a unique look and taste.They also make flavor packed calzones that are similar to their pizza toppings or can be customized. Old Chicago uses fresh ingredients to create a classic Italian fare.
Old Chicago’s Breakfast Hours & Days
- Saturday – Sunday: 11 AM – 2 PM
*Potential brunch hours
Old Chicago’s Breakfast Menu Items
Old Chicago does not offer any breakfast items at this time nor are they open during peak breakfast hours. A pizza place opening up earlier to serve breakfast is not very common.
However, a weekend brunch with a few hours starting upon opening could likely showcase a few new tasty menu items. Some of these include breakfast pizzas and breakfast calzones filled with eggs, cheese, and various toppings for meat lovers and vegetarians. Old Chicago also has a Jalapeno Pretzel Bite appetizer that could be a tasty breakfast choice for those who loves spice if meat was baked in.
- Bacon Breakfast Pizza
- Sausage Breakfast Pizza
- Veggie Breakfast Pizza
- Bacon Breakfast Calzone
- Sausage Breakfast Calzone
- Veggie Calzone
- Jalapeno Pretzel Bite with Bacon
- Jalapeno Pretzel Bite with Sausage
- Jalapeno Pretzel Bite with cheese
Old Chicago’s Most Popular Breakfast Foods
Breakfast Pizza: This concept includes an olive oil base, choice of bacon or sausage, eggs, and mozzarella cheese.
Veggie Breakfast Pizza: The vegetarian breakfast for pizza lovers would include spinach, chives, eggs, ricotta cheese, and mozzarella cheese.
Breakfast Calzone: Old Chicago is well known for their calzones, so a breakfast version with cheese and eggs and the choice of bacon or sausage would fit in just right.
Veggie Calzone: For those who don’t eat meat, a spinach, egg, ricotta, and mozzarella calzone would be a delicious breakfast.
Jalapeno Pretzel Bite with Bacon: This is a take on the appetizer on the regular menu but cooking bacon inside to give it a savory flavor for breakfast.
Jalapeno Pretzel Bite with Sausage: This is the same version as the bacon pretzel but alternating with sausage. Yum!
Jalapeno Pretzel Bite with cheese: This is classic dish from the regular menu but would also be great for a vegetarian who wants a spicy pretzel breakfast.