Here If you ever get the chance, check this place out. YUM:)
After all the Christmas turkey, ham, etc., that pizza pot pie looks great. Enjoy!
Some day, I have to go to Chicago just for the food alone.
Well, I guess I could go to see the aquarium, museum and such too …
Have fun parking,tourist.
I used to live down the street on Roslyn for 10 years.
Went to that joint maybe 3 times.
If you want a good time for Italian try …http://www.leonas.com/
I usually can find parking within a few blocks. I’ve been going there since 1973. Our daughter is in town for the holiday and that’s where she demands to eat every time she comes to town.
Is that next door to Galway Arms Irish Restaurant?
Haven’t been there in years, but always awesome food!
Seats are not comfortable from what I remember.
The best Italian Food ,best Ribs I ever tasted,comes with free pizza bread, has weekend entertainment,free parking across the street, and I used to take al my first dates there for luck as I never had a bad time is right here.
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Family owned and operated since 1963; Calo Restaurant has recently
undergone a major facelift. With its beautiful mahogany bar and
superstructure, this location makes a great destination for viewing
your favorite sporting events on their many television sets, which also
includes a theater sized projection screen.
The dining room is exquisitely decorated with its naturally exposed
brick walls and hardwood floors, enhanced by hand painted murals and
still photos of Old World Italy. It also feature floor to ceiling
glass windows overlooking picturesque Clark street, making it a
wonderful spot to enjoy all that historical Andersonville has to offer.
One thing that hasn’t changed is the food that’s made Calo famous- like
our array of authentic Italian pasta dishes; succulent steaks, veal and
chicken dishes, and our selection of fresh fish brought in daily, not
to mention Calo’s famous pizza and their fall off-the-bone B.B.Q. ribs.
In March 2005, the Chicago Sun Times Food Section picked Calo
Restaurant as the place to go for “Real Chicago Pizza.”
Try Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion Cusine. The butter fish is out of this world.
They don’t have a McDonald’s???
You have a problem with White Castle sliders?
BOB!!! FOR SHAME— LEONAS is almost a chain.
There are countless other real, mom and pop Italian restaurants out there that need our hungry stomachs to persevere in this disturbing economy.
GO FORTH! and support our economy ! GET SOME HOME MADE RAVIOLIS NOW!
its the least you can do!
now this is right!!!
Armand’s still there on Grand ave?
Used to love going there as a kid.
Whatsa matta you
Try the place they have on Augusta , where they built the restaurant right around the outside of the building.
It is so cool.
Anyone remember the Boule-Mich?
Best pizza I ever had.
My wife was in Chicago for a few days many years ago (work) and ordered Leona’s delivered to her hotel…right above Uno’s. She has always wondered what the people inside Uno’s who could see the delivery were thinking…
Those things are “sliders” alright!–they slide straight through!!!
Uno’s is great
They are the inventors of Deep Dish and a true pizza landmark.
Lets not forget their sister place across the street (Dues).
I inspect around that area all the time.
Don’t forget Lou’s! (Malnatti - not Pinella)