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Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Italian fare and drinks
- $25 for $50 worth of Italian catered fare<p>
The dine-in or takeaway menu includes fettuccini alfredo ($11.95), a meatball-parmesan pizza ($11.50), and a Cajun roast-pork sandwich ($7.75). The catering menu includes baked mostaccioli ($33.25 for up to 10 people) and tilapia in lobster sauce ($65 for up to 10 people).
Parmesans Station and Parmesans Wood Stone Pizza
Renowned chef Michael Papandrea leads a team of culinary craftspeople as they create wide-ranging Italian fare including shrimp, veal, and pasta dishes, as well as a slew of sandwiches. Whether they are at the new Parmesans Station in Tinley Park or the original Parmesans Wood Stone Pizza in Frankfort, their pizza artisans bake hand-pulled crusts directly on stone and bestow each round foundation with a scrumptiously crispy texture and excellent posture. The eatery’s pesto sauce kicks butter to the curb, while cheesy bread stashes gooey mozzarella inside an italian loaf prior to baking.
Those seeking a new dining experience can check out Parmesans Station, fittingly located inside the Tinley Park Metra station. Here, Parmesans’ skilled staffers offer pizza, pasta, and pastries in addition to delivering catered fare for up 120 guests and setting up the Italian nibbles, freeing up hosts to light candles, arrange flowers, and retrieve the special-occasion china from the basement’s 7,926-mile hole leading to the other end of the world. Weddings, rehearsal dinners, bridal showers, birthday parties, and civic meetings are all welcome.
91% of 2,235 customers recommend
“Large portions that taste great.”
“Delicious food and super big portions. Enough for another meal the next day. And the garlic rolls and pesto are fantastic!! ”
“My kids enjoyed watching the metra trains go by while we ate. The bread they served before meal was delicious!”