East of Chicago Pizza Menu Prices
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East of Chicago Menu Prices

East of Chicago Pizza is an American restaurant chain based in Lima, Ohio, that offers various styles of pizza, subs, buffalo wings, and breadsticks. They are best known for their signature pan pizza and people like to come here for the airy and light crust.

In order to get an idea about how much you should budget for a delicious Chicago-style pizza and other tasty foods, in the table below you will find the latest East of Chicago Pizza menu prices.

East of Chicago Pizza Menu Prices

Item Price


Cheese (Authentic Chicago Style™ 12″) $13.79
Cheese (Extra Large 16″) $16.09
Cheese (Flash–Pan 6″) $4.3
Cheese (Large 14″) $15.51
Cheese (Loaded Crust™ Large 14″) $17.81
Cheese (Loaded Crust™ Medium 12″) $12.64
Cheese (Medium 12″) $15.8
Cheese (Sheet Pizza 32 Squares) $25.29
Cheese (Small 9″) $8.61
Cheese (Square 16″) $21.84

Specialty Pizzas

7 Layer Veggie $15.8
All Meat $21.84
BBQ Chicken $5.74
Buffalo Chicken $15.8
Chicago Melt $21.84
Chicken Bacon Ranch $10.91
Deluxe $19.54
Hawaiian $16.95
Taco Beef $15.8
Taco Chicken $16.95
The Tower $6.89

Great Additions

Breadsticks $3.44
Cheesy Pan $4.59
Cheezy Sticks $5.16
Chips & Cheese $4.01
Chips & Salsa $3.44
Cinnapan $5.16
Dipping Sauces $0.58
Doughnut hole $4.59
Garlic Cheese Bread $5.16
Garlic Pizza Bread $6.31
Jojo’s – Oven Baked Seasoned Potato Wedges $5.74
Loaded Nachos $6.89
Parmpops™ $5.16
Pizza Foldover $8.04

Oven Baked Subs

7 Layer Veggie (12″) $8.04
7 Layer Veggie (6″) $5.16
American (12″) $10.91
American (6″) $5.16
BLT (12″) $8.61
BLT (6″) $5.16
Buffalo Chicken (12″) $8.04
Buffalo Chicken (6″) $5.16
Chicken (6″) $5.16
Chicken Bacon Ranch (12″) $8.61
Chicken Bacon Ranch (6″) $5.16
Deluxe (12″) $8.61
Deluxe (6″) $5.16
Ham & Cheese (12″) $8.04
Ham & Cheese (6″) $5.16
Italian (12″) $10.91
Italian (6″) $5.16
Meatball (12″) $8.61
Meatball (6″) $5.16
Pizza (12″) $14.08
Pizza (6″) $5.16
Spicy Steak (12″) $8.04
Spicy Steak (6″) $5.16


10 Pieces $10.34
20 Pieces $16.95
30 Pieces $22.99
5 Pieces $4.59


Buffalo Chicken Salad $6.89
Chef Salad $6.89
Grilled Chicken Salad $6.89
Side Salad $3.44
Taco Salad $7.46


Proudly serving Pepsi products.

20 oz. Bottle $1.71
2 liter $2.86


Apple Foldover $8.61
Cinnapops™ $5.16
Dessert Pizza $9.19

Brand history

The history of East of Chicago Pizza starts back in 1982 with L. Scott Granneman. He opened his first pizza restaurant in Greenwich, Ohio. When Scott opened his second pizza restaurant, which was located in Willard, Ohio, he was thinking of another name and remembered one of his clients who told him that he made “the best pizza east of Chicago”. So, the name of this eatery was changed to East of Chicago Pizza.

In 2008 the restaurant chain was bought by the former franchisee, Tony Collins. He moved the company’s headquarters to Lima, Ohio.

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In 2009 East of Chicago Pizza was ranked at 41st place on a list of the sales of pizza companies in America.

Currently, there are more than 160 East of Chicago Pizza restaurants that are located in various US states, including Ohio, West Virginia, Tennessee, Indiana, Florida, Michigan, Virginia, South Carolina, and New York. Most of these are franchises.

Our review

East of Chicago Pizza restaurants offer their clients their favorite toppings like mushrooms and pepperoni as well as a menu of dessert pizza, including Peanut Butter & Jelly and Dutch Crunch Apple Pizza, and specialty pizza such as Taco, that is covered with salsa, lettuce, beef, tomato, cheddar cheese, black olives, and sour cream. Also, you have the option to create your own pizza.

East of Chicago Pizza Menu ItemsPlan on spending around $9 on a salad such as Grilled Chicken Salad, Taco Salad, Buffalo Chicken Salad, or Chef Salad.

The wings are priced from $10 to $27, depending on the ordered size. These can be served with seven different sauces such as zesty BBQ, zesty garlic, BBQ, mild, BBQ ranch, hot, and garlic.

Expect to pay $8 to $12 for an oven-baked sub and around $1.50 for each extra topping. The subs come in many varieties, including BLT, Chicken, American, Meatball, Ham & Cheese, and many more.

For a cheese pizza, you will have to get anywhere between $7 and $18 out of your pocket, depending on what size you choose. Specialty pizzas are a little bit more expensive, with prices of $9 to $24. The options would include BBQ Chicken, Hawaiian, All Meat, Chicago Melt, Chicken Bacon Ranch, Taco Pizza, 7 Layer Veggie, The Towers, and others.

The desserts cost anywhere between $7 and $17, and you will be able to choose between Dessert Pizza, Oreo Brownie, Apple Foldover, Cinna Pan, and Cinna Pop’s.

If you want to order from East of Chicago Pizza you can use their mobile app or place an order on their website.

East of Chicago Pizza FAQs

At what time does East of Chicago Pizza open?

Most East of Chicago Pizza restaurants open at 11:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday. But it may vary from one location to another and you should visit the company’s official website to see which are the opening hours of the location you are interested in.

At what time does East of Chicago Pizza close?

In general, East of Chicago Pizza restaurants close at 10:00 p.m. every day. But again, it depends on the location and the day of the week. So, you should verify this information by visiting the restaurant’s official website.

Does East of Chicago Pizza have a buffet?

Yes, there is a buffet available at East of Chicago Pizza from 11:00 a.m. to 02:00 p.m. and 05:00 p.m. to 08:00 p.m. from Wednesday through Saturday.

Who started East of Chicago Pizza?

East of Chicago Pizza was founded in 1982 by L. Scott Granneman, in Greenwich, Ohio.

How many calories does an East of Chicago pizza contain?

An East of Chicago pizza should contain 1,900 calories, but it depends on the type of pizza you choose.

How many East of Chicago Pizza locations are there?

There are more than 160 East of Chicago Pizza locations.

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