Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom Opening In Hamilton Place

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom, described as "an energetic and welcoming full service restaurant known for its world class beer list full of local and regional craft beer offerings, combined with its delicious, hand crafted pizza and taproom fare," is opening its newest location at 2006 Hamilton Place Blvd.


The opening was set for Monday (Nov.



This store opening will be the fifth Old Chicago in Tennessee, and the 109th location nationwide.


Guests can order three hand-crafted dough options, including Chicago Thick, a Tavern Thin, and an Ale-Infused dough that highlight the eleven specialty pizzas on the menu.  Famous taproom starters such as the Sicilian Pepperoni Rolls, and the one-of-a-kind Italian Nachos will also be sure to delight guests visiting Hamilton Place. 


With over 40 draft beers available, more than 90 craft beers available on the menu and a beer expert always on staff, The Craft Beer Authority has something for everyone!  “We are excited and proud to bring the Craft Beer Authority to Hamilton Place.  We know our guests will love our Mini Tours, Explorer Series, and discovering new and unique brews, some of the best local and regional Tennessee beers around, or enjoying their local favorite!” states General Manager Lauren Gholz.


To celebrate the opening, Old Chicago Hamilton Place will be offering free pizza for a year to the first 100 guests on opening day (doors open at 11 a.m. on Monday). 

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