We had a good experience there. The salads were, for us, lacking in salt, but adding just a little did the trick. The margherita pizza was absolutely to die for; incredibly good...and we were in the pizza business and are not easily impressed. My capellini pomodoro was a bit overcooked and I would term the sauce as more subtle than I hoped, but I give it high marks for being saucy and not dry chunks of vegetables like some others' offerings. I would order it again. Our server, Kirsten?, was very good. The wine (Canyon Road Chardonnay) was good and reasonably priced.
I have two issues with Leoci's. 1. The dining room exhibited a foul odor that to me smelled like human urine. I did not smell this in the bathroom. 2. There was a PIECE OF METAL in my capellini pomodoro (see photo, with cork for scale). This stuck between two of my teeth, so luckily I was able to retrieve it. Thank God I didn't swallow it, as it would have done untold damage to my insides. I did not mention this to the server while at the table, preferring to contact the manager after the fact, which I will do today.
Aside from these two issues, we enjoyed ourselves at Leoci's and will go back. Get the pizza if you go.