This family-friendly Italian restaurant has kept Chicagoans happy since 1950.. In Short 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.
Worst Leonas in chicago.
You seldom get exactly what you order. Having lived near a different Leona's I was expecting something better. Don't order lasagna with meat sauce. You will get cheese lasagna with a meatball dumped on top.