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Leo's Restaurant & Pizzeria
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
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21 Quaker Ave Cornwall, NY 12518
21 Quaker AvenueUSNew YorkCornwall12518
$$Pizza Restaurant, Italian RestaurantToday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMSunday 2:00 – 9:00 PMMonday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMTuesday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMWednesday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMThursday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMFriday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
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Relaxed, family-owned stalwart known for its menu of pizza, sandwiches, burgers & Italian entrees.- Google
"The gluten free pizza is tinier and does not fill the box."
"The wings were way overcooked and dry on both occassions as well."
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Charles Pinedo
a month ago
Seems they may have changed cooks recently. After 9 years of being a loyal customer and raving about how Leo's is the best pizza in town, it may be time to search for a new pizzeria. Last two purchases, the dough was extra thick and barely any cheese (you could see the sauce and dough) although I ordered extra cheese both times. The wings were way overcooked and dry on both occassions as well. They were beyond crispy-they were Dry. It happens once; fine, I guess the cook was having a bad night. But twice only the week following; that's a quality issue and should be checked. My orders can't be the only ones. Disappointed as they were my local favorite.
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Judy Cooper
3 years ago
FOOD SAFETY WARNING - LEO’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT- Cornwall, NY Gluten intolerant patrons, eat at your own risk! Last Friday, I ordered 2 large pizzas, one with fresh mushrooms, and a gluten free pizza with fresh mushrooms and onions from Leo’s Italian Restaurant in Cornwall, NY. The woman taking my order said that they did not normally use fresh mushrooms on their pizza, but it could be done. My daughter, who is gluten intolerant, had a piece of the pizza from the small box that had the fresh mushrooms and onions on it. Before having a second piece, she noticed that the supposed gluten free pizza’s crust looked like the regular pizza crust. I immediately called Leo’s and was told that if the crust filled the small box, it was not gluten free. The gluten free pizza is tinier and does not fill the box. From that description, it was discovered that, no, the pizza my daughter ate was not gluten free. The woman who took the order said that she heard me order a small pizza. I never said the word, “small”, at anytime when placing my order. She then blamed the fact that it was a Friday night and that it was very busy and loud. The next morning, my daughter was extremely ill, vomiting and experiencing severe stomach pains due to eating the pizza with the gluten. I called the restaurant that day telling them how sick my daughter had become and suggested that they shouldn’t advertise or provide gluten free food if they couldn’t assure the safety of their provided food. I was speaking with the woman that had taken my order the night before, who happens to be a manager there. She replied, “ That wouldn’t be fair to our customers.” I alarmingly asked her if it was fair to serve your customers food that is toxic to their bodies. At that point, I asked that she have the owner of the restaurant call me. Shortly thereafter, I received a call from “Frank”, who said that he was one of the people I had spoken with the night before. I thought he was the owner, but later in the conversation he denied being the owner, refused to give his last name or the name of the owner. Frank said that they “viewed tapes from the night before” . They saw that another order came in and was prepared with the same ingredients that we had ordered as toppings and that the delivery person grabbed the wrong box. First of all, we picked up and did not have the pizzas delivered. Secondly, this contradicted the manager’s excuse that she said she heard me order a small pizza instead of gluten free. Thirdly, I think the odds of someone ordering a small, fresh mushroom and onion pizza at the same time I was ordering a gluten free pizza with fresh mushrooms and onions is extremely slim. Especially since I had been told the night before that they do not normally put “fresh” mushrooms on their pizzas. It is now Wednesday, four days since I asked to have the owner call me. We have not yet received a call from him. I am shocked and disappointed at the lack of concern, the excuses and the misleading information from this establishment. After being a patron of this restaurant for over 25 years, I sadly must say that I am no longer comfortable eating there. This makes me question what other food safety issues, like cross contamination, that they may be lax with.
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A Google User
3 years ago
Great pizza! Great service! Raised in NY live in CT. Forget how awesome NY pizza is until we find an excellent pizza restaurant and Leo's is just that!
A Google User
4 years ago
Pizza is excellent!!!
4 months ago
On there online lunch menu from 11:00 am-3:00 pm for Cornwall it says there is a buffalo wrap served with french fries. When I call the location I am told fries are separate. A 20 oz soda, buffalo chicken wrap with fries was 16.00. More expensive then any other restaurant in the area. This guy is a rip off. Will not return.
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Joe Prunty
a year ago
Always quality service!
A Google User
6 years ago
They handled a party of 20 on short notice as they opened on a Summer Sunday afternoon. We all enjoyed ourselves immensely. The food was subperb!
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