Passed this place in Somerville today and the garish sign intrigued me. Is it any good?
I've only had their Sicilian pizzas which are very good. Very cheesy slices on a thick, slow-raised crust. It's hard to find a good Sicilian slice in this town. I haven't tried their subs. Friendly owner and it's cash only. Certainly worth a try in my opinion. If you're looking to feed a group of people cheaply, this is a good option. They sell their pizzas by the whole and half-sheet.
Leone's has excellent subs, the best eggplant sub I've ever had in fact. They have a bunch of weird combos with it like eggplant/italian cold cuts, eggplant/sausage, and eggplant/steak, the first two being my favorite. This was my favorite sandwich in the world for a couple of years. The eggplant is home made as are the meatballs, sauce (terrific) and everything else.
I loved their sicilian slices for a while when I was younger but the sauce is a little sweet for me nowadays.
That said, their spinach slice (with garlic/no sauce) is excellent, but only available during lunch time (unless you order a half tray).
The one thing I haven't tried are their dinner specials, which aren't on the menu and vary from week to week. I think they're only available on Friday (could be the weekend, not sure). They seem to be pretty popular.
Haven't been for awhile, but when I worked next door, they had excellent subs. Loved their steak and cheese sub, meatball was really good also.
love the square pizza... I cannot get enough of it. That is the only thing I have ever had from there. I may have to try their eggplant after reading rec's here.
I also like the pizza, its been a favorite of my group of friends for years.
I got a steak bomb there once and it was good and greasy (in a good way).
Great neighborhood place for Sicilian slices. I think they beat out Pinocchio's - which sort of holds the unofficial this-side-of-the-river-square-slice trophy. At lunch they have a great variety to choose from. Skip the round pies. Haven't tried the subs because I always have a Sicilian hankering to address.