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All reviews osso bucco pasta butter cake chicken vesuvio cannoli red snapper octopus house salad worth the wait white board small italian restaurant excellent italian food cozy atmosphere north shore long wait love this place the skirt steak
went to dinner with my wife. she was 10 minutes behind me from her job. they wouldn’t seat me until she was there but sat a party of six with only one person there and others without a complete table. told me it was their...More
I love restaurants like this that are so tucked away and friendly to both regular and new customers alike. Highlights of my meal included no individual menus, a very efficient server, and a very tasty pasta and salad dinner. Would definitely return!
Hole in the wall is always so consistent. Went there last night for dinner and would go back again tonight. Food always taste fresh and menu changes all the time but beware get there early or late as it is very small and always busy...More
Worth the wait. Our family is visiting family in Illinois and we had a free night to go out.
We are so glad we picked Francesco’s, we waited about 45 minutes which we were expecting. The place is small but the food was amazing.
This terrific restaurant is tiny (hence the name) and seems to fill up soon after it opens at 4:00, and no reservations are taken. Seems that "seating" is in about 90minute rotations. There is very little space to wait, but waiting for a seat is...More
This is a small Italian restaurant that has great food, great service and a great ambiance. We had to wait a while for a table, they don’t take reservations, but it was worth it. They didn’t rush us even though people were waiting. Check it...More
so the tables are VERY close together. You will be bumped and jostled. The food is very good and the service (of necessity) is quick and efficient. A blackboard at the end of the room is the only menu. If you're not claustrophobic and you...More
The restaurant was packed on a weekday lunch. Tables were arranged too close to each other. The grilled calamari with octopus we ordered was good but had quite a number of charred/burnt tentacles that tasted bitter. We also had lobster ravioli which was good but...More
I'm not sure if you mean Gurnee (my location) or Francesca's. Gurnee is about 2 hours from the Drury Lane Theater. Gurnee is less than 10 minutes from the WI border and less than an hour from Milwaukee where there are... More
I'm not sure if you mean Gurnee (my location) or Francesca's. Gurnee is about 2 hours from the Drury Lane Theater. Gurnee is less than 10 minutes from the WI border and less than an hour from Milwaukee where there are comparable, many better quality and far more affordable dinner theaters than Drury Lane which is in the south/southwest suburbs.
Francesca's is not much closer as it is on the North Shore and approximately 30 minutes south of Gurnee and that much closer to Drury Lane. Hope this helps!
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