I love the pizza here but tonight something was off. The cheese was sparse and the sauce had an unusual tang. We will likely return, but we'll probably try sandwiches next time.
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Ate hear a few time when I lived in Bloomington-Normal. It is a nice bar/Pizza place. the atmisfer is real good from young to old.
We love Lucca Grill located in downtown Bloomington. It has a bar on the ground level and several tables. Also upstairs there are tables and chairs. They serve a variety of Italian dishes but what we LOVE is their pizza!!! The Ala Baldini is what...More
A great, old city institution. It is little changed from the 1930s when it was opened. Features Italian food (first pizza in Bloomington!) but has a wide-ranging menu. Always crowded with locals so reservations are a good idea.
The atmosphere is appealing in an old, architecturally signifanct building. Good beer selection. Always liked the pizza and sandwiches.
Today was our second attempt to dine here, we came before and were told we needed a reservation. It seemed strange, because they had 9 empty tables. Granted, it's a very small space. But, don't all diners understand there might be a reasonable wait for...More
This old time pub was owned by the Baldini Brothers. There is a picture of one of them in the bar with John F. Kennedy. It's a unique place to see and eat.
Lucca Grill is a Bloomington icon. The restaurant has been around since the 1930's. The decor is traditional and the atmosphere is warm and cozy. There's a diverse, but limited, selection of draft beers. I always find something I like. I'd recommend reservations and ask...More