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Dining Out: Castelli’s Pizza changes name, keeps community support
Castelli’s pan pizza ($19.75) for a large pizza with one ingredient), with thick crust, and topped with mozzarella cheese, spinach and a hefty amount of sauce. Photos by Alyssa Groh/22nd Century Media
Penne with creamy tomato sauce and meatballs ($8.95).
Castelli’s thin-crust pizza ($15.50 for a large) topped with half sausage and half pepperoni.
A small house vegetarian salad ($6.40), made with a mix of iceberg lettuce and spinach, and is topped with tomatoes, green peppers, onions and black olives.
Castelli’s Pizza, 3125 Dundee Road, Northbrook, welcomes new menu items under new name.
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For more than 16 years, Castelli’s Pizza in Northbrook was known by a different name — Piero’s.
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