The restaurant has two entrances, one for pizza and the other for the bistro. Because we had been on the road most of the afternoon, we were not terribly hungry, but wanted to just have a nice relaxing meal. We tried the bistro side of Leon's for our evening meal. Our visit was during the week, so the restaurant was not crowded. For us, the wait staff was very attentive. The bistro is big enough to host a large party or group, yet cozy with booths and tables.
For openers, the waitress brought two rolls, homemade of course, served with a Bruschetta that was enhanced with a bit of spicy flavor in addition to the peppers and olives. Very nice.
After a review of the extensive Italian focussed menu, I decided that an Italian Wedding soup was good for a start. It was flavorful, homemade and good. My wife had a mixed salad, which looked fresh and appetizing.
For my entree, I tried the Wild Mushroom Ravioli with Gorgonzola cream sauce, and an extra order of two meatballs (just in case the ravioli needed help). The food preparation and presentation was perfect with the sauce complementing the mushrooms. The ravioli looked homemade too. The two meatballs were served in red sauce and very large, and by the way, not necessary to augment the ravioli. We shared the meatballs and they were good as well. My spouse tried the Lasagna, and she mentioned that it was excellent, very meaty and cheesy too. For drinks we both had local beers, though wine is also available.
Overall, we had a pleasant and substantial meal, our service was good and I think that next time we are in the area, I'll try the more robust meals that are offered.