Last Updated on March 16, 2024
Written by CPA Alec Pow | Content Reviewed by Certified CFA CFA Alexander Popinker

Giordano’s is a well-known pizza restaurant chain from America, specialized in serving Chicago-style stuffed pizza. Besides preparing and serving pizza, this company also offers catering and delivers frozen pizza all over the United States.

You can get a better idea about how much you will have to pay for a pizza from Giordano’s by looking at the table below, where you can find their latest menu prices.

Item Size Price


Start your meal off right with a delicious appetizer.

Cheesy Garlic Bread $8.99
The Best” Ripe Tomato Bruschetta $10.29
Toasted Ravioli $9.99
Fried Calamari & More! $12.99
Crispy Chicken Tenders $10.59
Chicken Wings $12.99
Fried Mozzarella Cheese $9.99
Garlic Parmesan Fries $4.99
Giordano’s Sampler Serves 3 or More $14.99
Soup of the Day Cup $5.59
Soup of the Day Bowl $7.29


Small (Serves 1 to 2) Medium (Serves 3 to 4) Large (Serves 4 to 6)

Cheese 12″ Small $14.99
Cheese 14″ Medium $19.59
Cheese 16″ Large $24.59
Cheese +1 Ingredient 12″ Small $17.29
Cheese +1 Ingredient 14″ Medium $23.29
Cheese +1 Ingredient 16″ Large $27.59
Cheese +2 Ingredients 12″ Small $19.59
Cheese +2 Ingredients 14″ Medium $25.99
Cheese +2 Ingredients 16″ Large $30.59
Chicken Pesto 12″ Small $17.29
Chicken Pesto 14″ Medium $23.29
Chicken Pesto 16″ Large $27.59
Spinach, Artichoke & Feta 12″ Small $17.29
Spinach, Artichoke & Feta 14″ Medium $23.29
Spinach, Artichoke & Feta 16″ Large $27.59
Classic Margherita 12″ Small $15.99
Classic Margherita 14″ Medium $20.99
Classic Margherita 16″ Large $26.29

Thin Crust

Small (Serves 1 to 2) Medium (Serves 3 to 4) Large (Serves 4 to 6)

Cheese 12″ Small $15.59
Cheese 14″ Medium $19.99
Cheese 16″ Large $24.99
Cheese +1 Ingredient 12″ Small $17.79
Cheese +1 Ingredient 14″ Medium $23.79
Cheese +1 Ingredient 16″ Large $27.99
Cheese +2 Ingredients 12″ Small $19.99
Cheese +2 Ingredients 14″ Medium $26.59
Cheese +2 Ingredients 16″ Large $30.99
The Special 12″ Small $23.29
The Special 14″ Medium $27.29
The Special 16″ Large $33.99
Chicago Classic 12″ Small $23.29
Chicago Classic 14″ Medium $29.29
Chicago Classic 16″ Large $34.99
Meat & More Meat 12″ Small $24.29
Meat & More Meat 14″ Medium $30.99
Meat & More Meat 16″ Large $36.99
Fresh Spinach 12″ Small $17.79
Fresh Spinach 14″ Medium $23.79
Fresh Spinach 16″ Large $27.99
Super Veggie 12″ Small $23.29
Super Veggie 14″ Medium $29.29
Super Veggie 16″ Large $34.99
Bacon BBQ Chicken 12″ Small $23.29
Bacon BBQ Chicken 14″ Medium $29.79
Bacon BBQ Chicken 16″ Large $34.99
Chicken Sausage Deluxe 12″ Small $23.29
Chicken Sausage Deluxe 14″ Medium $29.29
Chicken Sausage Deluxe 16″ Large $34.99

Stuffed Deep Dish

Small (Serves 1 to 2) Medium (Serves 3 to 4) Large (Serves 4 to 6)

Cheese Small $18.59
Cheese Medium $23.79
Cheese Large $28.59
Cheese +1 Ingredient Small $20.79
Cheese +1 Ingredient Medium $26.59
Cheese +1 Ingredient Large $31.59
Cheese +2 Ingredients Small $30.29
Cheese +2 Ingredients Medium $31.99
Cheese +2 Ingredients Large $38.59
Chicago Classic Small $25.79
Chicago Classic Medium $31.99
Chicago Classic Large $38.59
Meat & More Meat Small $26.79
Meat & More Meat Medium $35.59
Meat & More Meat Large $41.29
Fresh Spinach Small $20.29
Fresh Spinach Medium $26.59
Fresh Spinach Large $31.59
Super Veggie Small $25.79
Super Veggie Medium $31.99
Super Veggie Large $38.59
Bacon BBQ Chicken Small $25.79
Bacon BBQ Chicken Medium $32.59
Bacon BBQ Chicken Large $39.29
Chicken Sausage Deluxe Small $25.79
Chicken Sausage Deluxe Medium $31.99
Chicken Sausage Deluxe Large $39.59
Extra Ingredients Small $2.79
Extra Ingredients Medium $3.29
Extra Ingredients Large $3.99
Add Fresh Garlic or Onions Small $1.49
Add Fresh Garlic or Onions Medium $1.99
Add Fresh Garlic or Onions Large $2.29


Try any one of these great options.

Giordano’s “Southside” Italian Beef $10.79
Chicken Club $12.59
Chicken Parmesan $10.99
Italian Market Deli $10.59
Mama’s Meatball Sub $9.99
Giordano’s “Northside” Italian Beef $12.59


Available in three sizes: Starter, Entree or Family platter (Serves 4 to 6)

Original Chicago Chicken Chopped Salad Starter $7.99
Original Chicago Chicken Chopped Salad Entree $15.59
Original Chicago Chicken Chopped Salad Family Platter $27.99
Giordano’s House Salad Starter $5.99
Giordano’s House Salad Entree $9.99
Giordano’s House Salad Family Platter $18.59
Classic Caesar Starter $5.99
Classic Caesar Entree $9.99
Classic Caesar Family Platter $18.59
Antipasti Salad Starter $7.29
Antipasti Salad Entree $14.29
Antipasti Salad Family Platter $25.59
Harvest Salad Starter $6.59
Harvest Salad Entree $12.59
Harvest Salad Family Platter $21.99
Greek Salad Starter $6.59
Greek Salad Entree $12.59
Greek Salad Family Platter $21.99
Enhance Your Salads! Starter $2.79
Enhance Your Salads! Entree $5.59
Enhance Your Salads! Family Platter $9.99

Fresh Italian

Available in two sizes: Entree or Family Platter (perfect for 2 or more)

Oven-Baked Lasagna Entree $14.29
Oven-Baked Lasagna Family Platter $25.99
Chicken Carbonara Rigatoni Entree $16.59
Chicken Carbonara Rigatoni Family Platter $30.99
Chicken Parmesan Entree $15.29
Chicken Parmesan Family Platter $27.99
Fettuccine Alfredo Classic Entree $14.59
Fettuccine Alfredo Classic Family Platter $26.59
Spaghetti Marinara Entree $10.99
Spaghetti Marinara Family Platter $16.99
Spaghetti Meat Sauce Entree $12.29
Spaghetti Meat Sauce Family Platter $20.99
Make it a dinner! $3.79
Add All-Beef Meatballs $4.79
Add All-Beef Meatballs $7.29

Sweet Endings

No meal is complete without a tempting dessert.

Tiramisu $5.29
Mini Cannoli $4.99
S’mores Pizza $9.99
Chocolate Layer Cake $8.99

Brand History

Giordano’s was founded in 1974 by two brothers, Joseph and Efren Boglio, born in Turin, Italy. They were not satisfied with the pizza restaurants available in their area and decided to create their own Italian restaurant in Chicago.

Since then, the company expanded all over the United States, and now you can find more than 65 restaurants in states such as Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, Ohio, Florida, Minnesota, Iowa, Indiana, and many more.

You might also like our articles about the prices on the menus of Godfather’s Pizza, Pizza Inn, or Marco’s Pizza.

In 1988 Giordano’s was purchased by the native Greek, John Apostolou, together with his wife Eva. In 1993 he stated in Crain’s Chicago Business that their aim is to expand the pizzeria chain by opening more than 100 new restaurants in the Middle East, Europe, and United States. Though, this aim was never achieved because the Apostolou family went through some financial problems and was forced to sell their commercial real estate assets. So, Giordano’s business was purchased for $52 million by the Chicago private-equity firm Victory Park Capital Advisors LLC.

In the end, in 2011 Giordano’s was auctioned off to a group including the private equity firms Atria Group, Origin Capital, Victory Park, and Bill and George Apostolou, who are the sons of Eva and John Apostolou.

Our review

Giordano's PizzaGiordano’s restaurants offer comfortable and spacious seating areas, so you are able to organize parties of various sizes inside their locations, from only two guests to a group of eight people or more.

If you are going to Giordano’s for the first time, it is recommended to try one of their deep-dish pizzas such as the Bacon BBQ Chicken pizza, the Classic Cheese pizza, and the Meat and More Meat pizza.

Giordano’s stuffed pizza has a bottom and top crust with cheese stuffed in between, plus the option to add extra topping in the middle. These toppings can be spinach, pepperoni, and Italian sausage. Their pizza crust is made from dough with high gluten content, so it takes some days to be prepared.

Be prepared to pay anywhere between $18 and $40 for a pizza at Giordano’s, depending on the type and size. Some of the pizza options include Chicago Classic, Super Veggie, Meat & More Meat, Bacon BBQ Chicken, Chicken Sausages Deluxe, and The Special. Besides pizza, you can order a starter such as Cheesy Garlic Bread, Garlic Parmesan Fries, Toasted Ravioli, Soup of the Day, Crispy Chicken Tenders, Fried Calamari, and more. These are priced from $5 to $15.

If you feel like eating something lighter, you can choose one of the salad options that include Giordano’s House Salad, Caesar Salad, Greek Salad, Antipasti Salad, and Harvest Salad. Be prepared to pay anywhere between $5 and $25 for a salad, depending on size.

Also, if you are in a hurry and want to grab something to eat, you can take a sandwich and pay around $12. Some of their sandwiches are Giordano’s “Southside” Italian Beef, Chicken Parmesan, and Mama’s Meatball Sub.

Obviously, Giordano’s would not be an Italian restaurant without pasta on its menu. You can choose between Chicken Carbonara Rigatoni, Spaghetti, Oven-Baked Lasagna, and Fettucine Alfredo Classic. Pasta is priced from $10 to $25, depending on size.

As for desserts you can choose between the classic Tiramisu, Mini Cannoli, Chocolate Layer Cake, and S’more Pizza. Be prepared to pay $5 to $10 for a dessert.

When talking about customer service, Giordano’s has received positive reviews. The customers are satisfied with the way the staff offers assistance and serves the food.

Giordano’s FAQs

At what time does Giordano’s open?

Giordano’s opens every day at 11:00 a.m., but this may vary from one location to another. So, it is recommended to check the opening hours of the location you are interested in on their official website.

At what time does Giordano’s close?

Giordano’s closes at 11:00 p.m. from Monday through Sunday. But again, it depends on the location and you should verify this information on their official website.

What type of cheese does Giordano’s use?

Giordano’s uses mozzarella cheese to prepare their pizzas.

Is Giordano’s pizza deep-dish or stuffed?

Giordano’s pizzas are stuffed and deep dish.

Who started Giordano’s pizzeria?

Giordano’s was founded by the two brothers Joseph and Efren Boglio in 1974, in Chicago.

How many Giordano’s locations are there?

There are more than 65 Giordano’s restaurants located all over the United States.

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