Freedom Brothers Bringing Brick Oven Pizza and Craft Brews to Naperville

The popular Plainfield pizzeria is expanding to Naper Boulevard.
Freedom Brothers Bringing Brick Oven Pizza and Craft Brews to Naperville
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Freedom Brothers Pizzeria & Alehouse, the popular Plainfield pizza joint, will open a second location on Naper Boulevard in Naperville, reports Chicago Tribune. Although an opening date for the second shop has not been announced, Co-Owner Corey Svoboda, who opened Freedom Brothers with his brother David, told the publican he sees additional stores in the company’s future.

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If you haven’t had the chance to try Freedom Brothers, you’ve been missing out on a delicious spread of Neapolitan pizza, 24 craft brews on tap, and a natural wine list sure to bring the funk. The Plainfield spot self-describes as “The Best Rock and Roll Family Restaurant in the Burbs.”

Freedom Brothers offers ‘Opening Acts’ like Bird Song, or cheesy beef rolls; Wingers, or six smoked BBQ or buffalo wings; and award-winning Chili. ‘The Green Room’ invites you into a variety of salads, and the ‘Headliners’ are all about the ‘za. From AC/DC and Sting to Iggy, Green Day, and Elvis, Freedom Brother’s has all the bangers covered. Oh, and the pizzas can be made gluten and dairy free as well.

Svodoba told Chicago Tribune you can expect to find the same tastes at the Naperville spot, although an exact address has not been announced.

There’s been no word on when Pizza Brothers the Second will open or where the owners might be considering for future sites, so we suggest you find the pizzeria online to learn more.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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