The Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) is pleased to announce that Reggio’s Pizza, a local, minority-owned business, has opened its fourth location at O’Hare International Airport.
Located in Terminal 3 near Gate G8, Reggio’s serves Italian fare, such as deep dish pizza, lasagna, spaghetti and meatballs, Italian beef, Buffalo wings and salad, as well as a variety of beverages.
John M. Clark Jr., Reggio’s Pizza founder and CEO, started off at O’Hare with two kiosks, graduated to a food court location and now has his first inline location at the airport.
The chain has operated at O’Hare since 1999.
Reggio’s has cooked up famous Chicago-style butter crust pizza and Italian cuisine since 1972 and in 1982, expanded operations with frozen pizza distribution in 25 states. So, if you’re visiting the Chicago area, you can also find a delicious pizza at a local grocery store.
Clark’s business has received many awards from civic, social and business organizations whose focus and purpose is the continued economic development of the business community.
Reggio’s employs almost 150 people, most of whom reside in Chicago communities.
Reggio’s is an example of a highly successful Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise with locations near gates C19, C22, K4 and G8. All four locations are open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.