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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.
Erin Yarnall, Contributing Editor
12:25 am CST January 31, 2019

For more than 16 years, Castelli’s Pizza in Northbrook was known by a different name — Piero’s. 

While it shared a menu and website with the two other Piero’s locations in Highland Park and in Wilmette, owner Mike Castelli wanted to make a break from the other locations. And with that, the restaurant became Castelli’s Pizza in April 2018.

With the new name came new menu options, namely the panino, which Castelli astutely describes as “a giant sandwich.”