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We actually live right down the block from lolo’s! And we love it! The owner is always super friendly and even remembers that we live down the street! And always is extra nice to my family. All the workers are respectful!
Food - so delicious...and reasonably priced! We would recommend lolos over and over!More
Came here as a tourist visiting a friend who lives in Elmwood Park. We ate from here twice, subs in restaurant, and takeaway pizza the second time. The marinara sauce is absolutely delicious. Very reasonably priced, and friendly and swift service.
Wish there was a...LoLos in my area! 😀More
This small place hidden in Elmwood Park is the Sub Shop of all Subs! The sandwiches are delicious on point and fresh. The piña colada italian ice perfect I get it everytime as long as they have it. You will not be disappointed and the...prices are reasonable. I love the shop decor so much to look at and read. Definitely worth checking it out if your in the area. I myself have gone few times a week I cant get enough. Keep the Vitners Triple Tangy Cheesy chips coming 😉More
This corner restaurant serves great sandwiches cold deli or hot panini style. Never greasy and always satisfying. Lasagna and / or pasta / with or without homemade sausage or meatballs, in a great simple marinara sauce. They also serves the best thin crust pizza, by...the "square" (four small pieces), in Chicago. The pizza maker is a neighborhood legend.
Clean, order-at-counter, then table service. It is great as a quick bite or meeting place or a place to read a book / newspaper, with coffee (and phenomenal Tiramisu), basically whatever you want it to be.
No one will rush you. The taste / menu caters partially to the old Italian neighborhood around it and to young people alike. No loud music or mischief, and after one visit you feel like a regular. The old Chicago attitude of "You respect me and I respect you" seems to be the vibe. There are a handful of these places left in a city I've known for 61 years.
Inexpensive, simple, high-quality food with no pretension or aggravation. Keep it up guys!
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