225 Harrison St, Oak Park, IL 60304
|Mon - Sat:|
Trattoria Two Two Five
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Mediterranean, Family Style, Mexican, Latin American, Italian, European, Healthy, Seafood, Continental, Pizza
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
This is one of our favorite spots in Oak Park for family-friendly dining where the food is both kid-friendly and good enough to please adult palates. My kids like the pizza and pasta and my husband and I like the cocktails and the authentic thin-crust pizzas. Service is quite friendly and accommodating of children and food allergies, which my daughter has. We often go early to avoid any wait and to minimize the disruption to other diners.
08/21/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Food is GOOD, excellent pizza. Prices are KO for fine dining. Service professional and kind. DISAPOINTMENT on HOURS. Need to be OPEN LONGER. Nice open kitchen - to bed you can not seat at the kitchen counter - could be fun. Place to celebrate a birthday and have a nice romantic dinner. Grate place in Arts District.
03/25/2008Provided by Citysearch -
A gem of a place! Fairly busy for a Tuesday night, but still lots of prompt personal service. In fact the owners even came to our table and made us feel so welcome. Wonderfully straightforward meal prepared well. The goat cheese appetizer and shrimp scampi got us off on the right start. The arugala salad was with walnuts and sliced apples was delightful, especially good and plentiful gorgonzola! My companion was pleased with the roasted beet salad. The aspargus risotto was delightful and a generous portion. Chicken saltimbocca had a delightful lemon sauce with capers and wonderfully fresh green beans. Others in our party were pleased with very fresh cheese ravioli. But save room for the delightful peanutbutter banana gelato,we had the flourless chocolate cake with it all drizzled with white chocolate. Also had cannolis and I'm no ""foody"" but I love to eat...oh, the ricotta was so fresh those cannolis, made me think I was back in South Boston. This place was a real treat, moderately priced and kind of a hidden gem. Will definitely be back!