Delivery from Arlington Heights pizzerias.

3 Arlington Heights Pizzerias Offering Deliveries

These pizzerias near our Arlington Apartments offer pies ranging from three-cheese to spicy barbecue chicken. If you’d like to enjoy a few slices tonight, here are three Arlington Heights pizzerias that will deliver straight to your door:


While much has changed since 1970, Tortorice’s old-world traditions and time-honored recipes remain unchanged. Family owned and operated, the restaurant offers something for everyone. The chefs prepare deep-dish, thick crust pan, and stuffed pizzas with house-made dough. In addition, they top each pie with a tangy sauce and fresh ingredients before baking it to perfection. Make it a complete meal with cheesy breadsticks and cannoli for dessert!

Wayne’s Pizza 

A local fixture since 1964, Wayne’s Pizza treats customers like family. In the kitchen, the chefs start their day early. They prepare the dough, simmer the sauce, and grind bricks of mozzarella cheese. Many of the recipes date back generations, and they leave guests coming back for more. Build your own crispy thin or double-crust pizza with toppings such as Canadian bacon, crushed garlic, and meatballs. 

Lola’s Pizza Palace 

What began as an aspiring high school student’s dream,later became a reality. Bruce opened Lola’s Pizza Palace after studying hospitality management. He grew up cooking and baking alongside his mother and grandmother and now enjoys sharing his family’s favorite recipes. Bruce named his restaurant after his Pomeranian. Daily, he makes delicious savory pies using the finest, freshest ingredients. Pizzas include South Sider, Margherita, and Lola’s Luau. They pair well with the famous “Garlic Knots” and a slice of chocolate cake.

Along with these Arlington Heights pizzerias, our apartments also offer proximity to premier golf courses and renowned shopping destinations. To call our community home, contact us today. We would love for you to discover everything that Hancock Square at Arlington Station has to offer.

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