Always enjoy my visits to Lucca when I'm able to sit downstairs. Upstairs isn't my gig more like a formal dining area and sometimes can be overlooked by your wait staff. Downstairs is decorated. More of a pub feel.
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We ate here recently while traveling. It was a weekend and they were busy. We were seated upstairs which is apparently overflow. Not a big deal. The restaurant has a cool Americana dive bar look that is part of its' appeal. We had entrees which...More
Very good pizza in a classic bar. Been around since 1936 and looks it. Stuff on the walls that's been there since it opened and added to every year. Tin ceiling, long bar and a lot of fun.
If in town and searching for pizza you must head over to Lucca Grill. Been around a long time in a historic building. Sit on the main level if you can, as the upstairs is just that, overflow space. Thin crust pizza at its finest....More
Sit at the bar downstairs. Take a look straight up, and marvel at the original pressed tin ceiling. Think about the day JFK showed up on a campaign stop. Look at the bar. This is a real slice of Americana, drink it in. Pizza is...More
Lucca Grill is located in downtown Bloomington in a turn-of-the-century building with embossed tin ceiling and all sorts of memorabilia on the walls--including a photo of JFK. You see, Lucca's is the unofficial headquarters of the Democrats in McLean County, but it's also a hangout...More
A La Baldini Pizza The first. The best. A paper thin crust loaded with savory sausage, pepperoni, ham, onions, mushrooms, green peppers and pepperoncini (mild Italian Peppers). Served on a raised platform Pizza holder. 10" small - 11.95 12" medium - 17.25 16" large -...More