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    Original Home Run Inn kitchen circa 1947 - Founders Nick Perrino & Mary Grittani pictured center.

    Original Home Run Inn Pizza in Chicago - Photo: circa 1947-1971

    Original Home Run Inn kitchen in Chicago - Nick Perrino (center) - circa 1947

    Home Run Inn built a manufacturing facility in Woodridge, IL during the mid 1990s to keep up with demand for their frozen pizza.

    In 2002, the Home Run Inn family formed a partnership with Jay Williams to create Power Play Distributors.

    A favorite neighborhood bar of many Chicagoans – Home Run Inn Pizzeria Chicago 1947-1971

    Home Run Inn wins #1 Pizza at Taste of Chicago six years in a row 1991-1996

    Home Run Inn salutes the United Cerebral Palsy telethon – with Irv Kupcinet1983

    Home Run Inn Take 'n' Bake Pizza box - circa late 1990's/early 2000's

    1995 - The First Pizza Express Location opens in Melrose Park, IL

    Home Run Inn’s original dining room- circa 1947 to 1971.

    Mary & Vincent Grittani’s original tavern on the south side of Chicago in 1923. The tavern was named Home Run Inn in 1947.

    Home Run Inn founder, Nick Perrino (pictured left), outside the original Home Run Inn restaurant on 31st Street (Home Run Inn Ave.) in Chicago

    Future CEO of Home Run Inn Pizza, Joe Perrino, making his first pizza - circa 1958

    Home Run Inn Victory Garden in Chicago - 1945

    Original kitchen of Home Run Inn - 1947. Nick Perrino, founder of Home Run Inn, pictured center.

    History of Home Run Inn Pizza

    Groundbreaking of Home Run Inn’s second pizzeria in Darien, IL – circa 1986

    Home Run Inn Founder and Son

    Original Home Run Inn pizzeria in Chicago - circa 1947

    Home Run Inn frozen pizza box - circa 1990.

    Original Home Run Inn, Chicago - 1920s

    Home Run Inn was one of the first frozen pizzas distributed in the United States.

    Home Run Inn restaurant menu cover - circa 2000

    In 1972, Home Run Inn expanded the Chicago restaurant on 31st Street. Today this restaurant seats 550 people!