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Posted by Joe L. on 11/22/2012
Right in the loop, me an my boys used to hit up this spot all the time. Three prankstas comin from New Lenox (a suburb next to joliet) would always hit up millenium park, clark and belmont, and just roam around the city havin a good time.. well if we missed the train on Lasalle/Vanburen we would hit up boni vino's for a slice, an boy did we love that classic italian spaghetti with sausage, and ect. love the bar too. its a good time there
Posted by Gary Johnson on 09/26/2012
Needless to say we were pleasantly surprised when we came to Bona Vino and were greeted with open arms. Coming from Rochester, Minnesota, my sons brought me to Chicago for my 60th birthday which was a very memorable one! Danny and his father treated us like family which made the evening a total A+ . This is a great restaurant to enjoy AND to experience. Try it and appreciate a great time. Can't wait to get back!
Posted by Karen Strumillo on 12/03/2011
I can not say enough about this wonderful restaurant . The staff delightful, professiona, & fun. It is a restaurant you feel like family. If you want quiet, you can have that to just sit in a booth and enjoy. The food is excellent ,desserts even better. The prices are reasonable ,especially when you see how much other Italian Resturants charge. I am a regular ......home away from home.
Posted by cody on 07/21/2011
the pizza was the best ive ever had! but the service was even better! boni vino gave me some tums after he overheard my stomach had been bothering me great guy nd great staff!
Posted by Steven on 05/16/2011
Upon reading the reviews, I took my family to the restaraunt for dinner. The service was very slow (30 mins after the order was placed). I ordered the veal parmesan and was told that was what was taking so long. I will say the clam chowder was good, the bread was cold and the veal was horrible. Veal is suppose to be sliced thin and pounded out, sauteed and then topped with sauce. What I got was a slab of veal an inch thick and tougher than my shoe. The marinara sauce was unflavorable and the whole meal was forgettable. Wish I had gone someplace else that night. Almost every other place we went to during our visit had wonderful and flavorable Italian food, well prepared and the service was wonderful. Don''t get fooled by the ratings, skip this place all together.
Posted by Dani on 05/17/2010
Although the outside doesn't look like much, when you walk into Boni Vino's, its like stepping into a scene from "The Godfather." Red checkered table cloths and a free juke box create a fun, old fashioned atmosphere. Prices also seem to come from the era of the juke box. The thin crust pizza (starting at $13 for a large) is as amazing as the chicken parmigiana ($10). The wait staff is attentive and food always comes out hot and fresh. Once in a while you'll catch Danny, Sr siting at the bar having a drink while Danny, Jr checks in on customers at their tables. This family run restaurant is definitely a place to check out!
Posted by Seth on 04/05/2010
Stopped in for an early dinner. Cheesy Garlic Bread was great app. Dinners were hot and tasty and reasonably priced.