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Mokena Aurelio’s Celebrates Halfway to St. Paddy’s Day

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Mokena Aurelio’s Celebrates Halfway to St. Paddy’s Day

Wear green, eat corned beef and get lucky

Mokena, IL, August 2, 2012 – Aurelio’s Pizza Mokena celebrates “Halfway to St. Paddy’s Day” on Monday, September 17.

Who:                     Aurelio’s Pizza Mokena

What:                    Halfway to St. Paddy’s Day

When:                   Monday, September 17

Where:                  Aurelio’s Mokena

                              19836 Wolf Rd.
                              Mokena, IL, 60448

 

Details:                 It’s halfway to St. Paddy’s and who else would care to celebrate but the Italians?! Mokena Aurelio’s is showing its Irish side, offering an Italian take on St. Paddy’s day with specials for their Reuben pizza. The Reuben pizza has a base of Thousand Island dressing and comes fully loaded with corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and a sprinkle of mozzarella. The pizza is available in small, medium, large and paddy party sizes. For a more traditional meal, Aurelio’s is offering an age-old export of Ireland – corned beef, on Aurelio’s corned beef or Reuben sandwiches. Diners can show their Irish spirit by wearing green. When they do, plus order the Reuben or corned-beef sandwich, they will have the luck o’ the Irish on their side with a free ice cream cookie dessert.

 Specials:

  • Corned Beef Sandwich on Rye - $6.95
  • Reuben Sandwich - $7.95
  • Reuben Pizza
    • Small - $14
    • Medium - $19.25
    • Large - $24.24
    • Paddy Party - $28.75

About Aurelio’s:

With a history as rich and entrenched in the community as the pizza it’s famous for, the very first Aurelio’s restaurant opened on Ridge Road in Homewood, as the pride and joy of Joseph A. Aurelio, Jr. who decided to give it a go as a restaurateur at the age of 26. With its legendary “old oven” dating back to 1959 in its Homewood location, Aurelio’s was one of the pioneers of the Family Pizzeria concept in the United States and helped to launch pizza into the American lexicon. Since that time, Aurelio’s has become one of Chicagoland’s claims to fame. And, transplanted Chicagoans all over the map have helped to bring their favorite pizzeria franchise to 43 cities across six states, growing a strong fan base for the taste of Aurelio’s.

For additional information, please visit: www.aureliospizza.com.

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