Leo’s Coney Island
26540 Ford Rd, Dearborn Heights, MI 48127
Parking: Lot, Private
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
The rude redneck owner and his 400-pound pockmarked waitress sidekick accused me of wearing a corset because of my small my waist (24 inches). Apparently sweats and a tanktop are hooker wear. NOT kidding! They refused my order then blocked me from the bathroom. Dunno about the food because the Southern trailerpark-style "customer service" ruined my dining experience.
07/22/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I usually go to the Senate Coney in Livonia, but Leo's is closer to home, so I gave it a chance. BIG MISTAKE!! $7 for two tiny, greasy fish, funky mashed potatoes an a wonder bread bun! It took all of 3 seconds to become nauseated! I will never go here again. For about the same price at Senate in Livonia, I get three succulent ,crispy fish, real pita bread made fresh, A salad and yummy rice pudding!!!
05/08/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Lousy food; poor service; with a buck tooth waitress who left for ""wasted pastures"" and another unethical loud-mouth lying waitress who is just as bad -- nothing to write home about! Also related to DHPD extremely oversized cop who is disgusting representation of the law (at its worst).
06/22/2009Provided by Citysearch -
i went to leo's for lunch and my waitress looked so messed up she could barely keep her eyes open and spilt my coffee when she was pooring it into my cup. i went to use the bathroom before i left and saw a syringe in the garbage can!?! i thought that this was a family restaurant! the boss/owner has absolutely no people skills and is the rudest man i've ever encountered. not only was he rude to me when i was paying the bill, but he also ruined my whole dining experience by the commotion he was causing yelling at his waitstaff, which with the exception of my waitress, are very helpful, polite, and on top of things. i have no clue how he can even keep help there considering the disrespectful way this man acts. no wonder my waitress seemed under the influence, it's probably the only way she could handle coming to work everyday
09/10/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Today I went to Leo's for breakfast, the sign clearly said seat yourself, which I did. I placed my order with a waiter who did not seem pleased, as they usually do. While wating for my order I was approached and told that on Sundays a single person can not sit a a big table, well why the sign, seat yourself. I was embarrassed and ate half my breakfast, left a decent tip, paid my bill and left. I will not be back a Leo's for a long time. This incident upset me greatly. As a single person, I often eat alone and this has never happened before, Had any asked me to move before ordering I would have been happy to.