The Craft Beer Authority Brings Its World Class Craft Beer and Delicious Flavor – Along With a Good Cause – to Tyler Residents This September
Tyler, TX (RestaurantNews.com) Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom, a traditional casual dining restaurant known for its delicious, handmade pizza and world class craft beer list, will open its new location in Tyler at 405 WSW Loop 323, Tyler, TX 75701 on Monday September 26th . This store opening will be the 8th Old Chicago in Texas, the 5th store to open in Texas this year, and the 106th location nationwide.
To celebrate the upcoming opening, they will be offering free pizza for a year to the first 100 guests on opening day. Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom partnered with the Literacy Council of Tyler and will donate proceeds from its pre-opening dinners and $1 from each Chicago 7 pizza sold in the first two weeks to the local nonprofit.
The handmade dough options include Chicago Thick and an Ale-Infused dough that highlight the thirteen 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 Tyler visitors.
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! All menu items will be available Sunday-Monday until 1:00a.m., and the restaurant will be open until 2:00a.m. daily.
“We are excited to bring our new location to Tyler. Being the Craft Beer Authority is allowing us to bring in some of the most unique beers available from some of the best national and local breweries. Since 1976 we’ve been serving handcrafted pizzas, made from scratch, every day. That is expertise you can taste!” states General Manager Scott Wilson of the restaurant opening.
More importantly, one restaurant staple that will not be on the menu is their strong commitment to giving back to its community. Not only will Old Chicago be joining the restaurant scene in Tyler but it will also be joining the city’s commitment to offer its residents a better and brighter future by partnering with the Literacy Council of Tyler. Representatives from the Literacy Council will be on-site during all three of Old Chicago’s pre-opening dinners to spread the word and help raise charitable contributions.
For more information on these events along with Old Chicago’s Tyler location opening please feel free to contact Dominique Romero by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (303) 664 – 4039 or the new restaurant at (903) 534-6580. For any other information please visit www.oldchicago.com. And please visit www.lcotyler.org for more information on the Literacy Council of Tyler.
About Old Chicago
Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom (Old Chicago) is a traditional, casual dining restaurant specializing in Chicago-style pizzas, taproom classics and craft beer. Founded in 1976, Old Chicago operates in 22 states with more than 100 restaurants. With over 30 craft beers on tap, Old Chicago is also the home of the World Beer Tour, which rewards members for enjoying 110 of the best craft beers from across the globe. Visit www.oldchicago.com to learn more and to find the restaurant nearest you. For information about franchise opportunities, visit www.ocfranchising.com.
CraftWorks Restaurants & Breweries, Inc. is the largest craft brewery restaurant operator in the country with nearly 200 franchised and company-owned restaurants primarily operating under the Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom, Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurants and Rock Bottom Restaurants & Breweries brands. As a leader in the craft beer focused casual dining segment, CraftWorks also operates strong regional brands, and employs more than 12,000 people throughout the U.S. All of CraftWorks’ restaurant brands have innovative menus with made-from-scratch food and a vast selection of unique craft beer, as well as unbeatable service and loyalty programs with over a half-million active members. Based in Broomfield, Colo., CraftWorks is not only committed to serving its loyal guests, but also the communities in which its restaurants operate. The CraftWorks Foundation has contributed millions of dollars, positively impacting communities throughout the country. For additional information about CraftWorks, the Foundation, and its restaurant brands, please visit www.craftworksrestaurants.com.
About the Literacy Council of Tyler
Located in Tyler, the Literacy Council of Tyler (LCOT) began in 1990 as an adult basic literacy program but quickly expanded as we collaborated with other area agencies and began to offer English as a second language (ESL) classes. LCOT now offers Basic Education, GED, and ESL classes. They also have a successful family literacy program at the Family Learning Center of Tyler. Their services impact undereducated adults, their families, and the community at large. When adults improve their educational level, they not only benefit financially, they learn to value education; their own and that of their children. For additional information about the Literacy Council of Tyler, please visit www.lcotyler.org.