Chicago >Leona's Pizzeria
“Leona's is a good place for a nice family dinner and dessert.”
“Beverly wants authentic Mid-eastern / Eastern-European / Japanese / even nice upper scale Mexican restaurants would be nice and welcome.”
“Beverly neighborhood needs more diverse unique restaurants.”
“This is Leona's #2 best selling restaurant.”
Boycott Leona's they will tow your car.
My wife and I ate at Leona's on Saturday, then afterwards decided to go to O'rourke's when we got out of there are car was towed. It cost $170.00 and the place was not even open long enough for me to get my car. On top of that you can only pick up the car on sunday morning from 11:00 to 11:30 in a terrible neighbor hood. I talked to the management at Leona's and they basically said they don't care. The least they could do is give customers a parking permit, or at least warn them when they walk into restaurant.
I don't see how the policy discerns between there customers and customers at the bar O'roukes next store.
Anyhow what do they care if they are closed and their parking lot is used. This were the kids that you knew growing up that never learned to share and just have no empathy for anyone. But you see them at church what hippocrates. I would love to tow the owner of Leona's car and let him see what it feels like. Anyhow everyone please join in in boycotting eating there, because I am sure I am not the only one who had there car towed over the years. That was my first time there and my last.
This family-friendly Italian restaurant has kept Chicagoans happy since 1950..
Wood booths, checkered tablecloths and an easygoing, laid-back atmosphere make this place popular for a young family's dinner out or a T-ball team's victory party. Service tends to be quick and a stack of pop culture trivia cards on each table makes the time pass. The large menu features thin-crust and Sicilian-style pizzas that can be done up with the bacon or hamburger standards, or broccoli and tofu. Other entrees include burgers, fried catfish and create-your-own pasta dishes.
Nice neighborhood spot. Leona's is a good place for a nice family dinner and dessert. Or it's cool if you want to order in some pizza. I love the lasagna and overall am always satisfied with my meal at Leona's. Yes, Beverly could use more places to eat. But in the meantime, I'll be at Leona's...
beverly needs new restaurants.
This is Leona's #2 best selling restaurant.
Boring old Italian. Beverly neighborhood needs more diverse unique restaurants.
Can't someone figure out that if they open a good unique (non-italian /non-bar / non-standard/US food) - that they have a virtual monopoly here and extremely wealthy/underserved restaurant segment of the market.
This is what a restaurant wants to make it.
Beverly wants authentic Mid-eastern / Eastern-European / Japanese / even nice upper scale Mexican restaurants would be nice and welcome.
Tell your friends if they want to open a restaurant and make a lot of $$$, look no further than the Beverly neighborhood.
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