This is not a gourmet dining experience but it is reliable with lots of choices. The spinach artichoke dip is excellent despite being on every bar food menu in America. It really is one of the best I've had. I regularly meet my brother here because it is half way between both of our houses. Fantastic on tap beer selection (a must!). Several of the items I have eaten here have been good. The Philly steak isn't bad but not crazy at all for the pizza (I do not recommend it...). My most recent meal were the Sliders, served on pretzel rolls with cheese, sautéed onions and pickles. I didn't appreciate that it was a whole burger just quartered and put on the mini buns. The meat was way, way overcooked, knobby and didn't fit the buns. But hey, it's Leghorn's and sometimes you've just got to let it go! I don't see why cooking up 4 separate little burgers on the griddle would be too much to ask considering I did order Sliders. It was dead so it wasn't an it's too busy issue. Lack of attention to detail I guess. But again, it's Leghorn's so don't expect perfection. They make the fries there which is nice but they need improvement. They are not the ooey, gooey fries like at a State Fair. They are more like their little, stiff, been at the beach dark cousins. Again, it's not a gourmet dining experience but they do have lot's of choices with a big spacious dining room. I do wish they give those hard booths some cushions!
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