Fantastic food and Tuesday is 2-4-1 so it is a very good value. It is Italian, but I have had their fried chicken and that was good too.
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We enjoy everything here---pizza, pasta, antipasto salad, drinks. The original was on 108th & Cicero in Oak Lawn. Servers are always nice here. Great place for the kids. Plenty of free parking in an easy to find location. Decent prices. Cheerful ambience!
I got a cheese pizza and a order of garlic knots. The pizza was ok. Not very flavorful especially the crust. The knots were also ok but they poured some kind of garlic sauce liberally and sort of made a greasy mess out of it.
It's because we have any rather large party. This place easily hosts multiple large parties very comfortably. We had great service to and we had only one server and there were at least twenty of us. He was very very attentive and was really good....More
I arrived for dinner on a Friday night with friends and, as soon as we entered the restaurant, we were immediately struck by the cozy atmosphere complete with a talented man playing Frankie Valli's "Can't take my eyes off of you" on the piano. We...More
We decided to come here since there was an hour wait at the restaurant we originally wanted to go to. Upon standing in the entry way of Joes, we thought this was a very upscale restaurant since the door noted you must wear appropriate attire...More
Like going to a family members home for dinner except a bit more crowded and no bickering. Great food, service and atmosphere in and old fashioned environment. From downstairs, at the bar, to either of two other levels we've had very comfy, cozy dining experiences....More
Food was good and entertainment in lounge on certain nights. Tuesday's and Thursday's Plenty of food with large portions
About 50 of us had a dinner party for a birthday celebration. The room, food and service were exceptionally good. The restaurant had multiple parties at the same time, however, the wait staff promptly delivered beverages, and the five course dinner efficiently and cheerfully. We...More