Lidio's Restaurant & Lounge

Bar or Pub, Restaurant

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General Information: 1045 Central St
Leominster, MA 01453
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No Smoking Handicap Accessible

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Largest Group: Unknown
Take Out: Yes
Reservations Offered: Yes

Food: American, Italian, Vegetarian

Music: Alternative, Blues, Classic Rock, Folk, Oldies, Pop, Rock, Soft Rock

Lidio's Restaurant has been a Leominster family favorite for 10 years . Chef Marcus DiNardo established this restaurant in 1995. Our menus feature Italian-American cuisine. One of our most requested dishes is Chicken Pre-pesto pictured above. In addition to this popular dish, this family-owned and operated restaurant offers many pastas, veal, poultry, beef, vegetarian and seafood specialties. Lidio's is fortunate to have our own in house pastry chef, Tracy Sladen-Bergeron. Lidio's is located in Leominster, MA home to Johnny Appleseed

Lidio's Motto: Enjoy Life Eat Out Often!

Stop in and enjoy all that we have to offer.

Our private function room can seat up to 30 guests

All of our bottled wines are available by the glass.

Full Bottled & Draught Beer selection including microbrewers on special.

Full liquor selection with a large Lidiotinis list.

Friendly and professional service staff

Serving lunch and dinner daily

Listing Maintained by: Lidios

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3 Lidio's Restaurant & Lounge Bar or Pub, Restaurant Reviews
ReviewerServiceSelectionQualityAtmosphereAverage Rating
(1=Poor, 5=Excellent)
4.33 4.33 3.67 3.67 4.00
Jul 23, 2008
5 5 5 5 5.00
Wow what a great time we had! We had won a gift certificate for this restaurant about 3 months ago and finally had a chance to use it. We started off in the lounge while we waited for a table. What a great idea, we played keno for the first time ever and won $102. The martini list is great and I had a Melonraztini? Delicious! My husband tried their featured beer a pomegranite wheat, nice body and not sweet at all. We waited for about 15 minutes for our table were seated in a cozy booth. Our server came over right away and brought us bread and another drink. We started off with a Broccoli appetizer that our server recommended. It was served with a garlic dip. Very tasty! I tried the Chicken Parmigiana and found it to be so tender and sweet it came with pasta too. My husband had the Filet of Haddock which he said was really flavorful, he ordered the linguini with garlic, again by our waitresses recommendation. He said that alone was worth coming back for. Since we had extra money we each got a dessert, I tried the Lemon with macadamias and my husband had a mango sorbet. Mine was perfect, very light and not too sweet. My husbands was so interesting, the sorbet was actually served in a mango peel, I had to try it too and found it full of mango flavor. Our service was great at the bar and in the dining room and we actually went home with money in our pocket! How can you beat that! Can't wait to go back and try some more new things. We highly recommend Lidio's and we'll be back soon! 
Szabina Snape
Jul 7, 2008
3 3 1 1 2.00
The atmosphere is tacky--garden trellis and plastic grape vines. But, that would be forgiven if the food was good. The bread basket was obviously store bought "Italian" bread. The portabello mushroom appetizer was awful. The mushrooms were soggy and overcooked. The vinagrette was so strong you couldn't taste the mushrooms at all. It just tasted like vinegar. My husband's "garden salad" was lots of lettuce, store bought croutons, 2 cucumber slices, 1 slice of red onion and 1 cherry tomato. The dressing was not the kind he ordered. When I asked about the soup I was told they had "chicken, sausage and potato". I ordered the potato. When it came I thought it looked weird, but decided to give it a try. The first spoon tasted horrible but I couldn't figure out why. As I was preparing the second spoonful I realized the soup had sausage in it. I told the waitress she brought me the wrong soup. She told me she hadn't. The soup choices had not been chicken, sausage OR potato. They were chicken soup OR sausage AND potato soup. I'm a vegetarian so I was not going to eat that soup. She offered to bring me a salad. But, after seeing my husband's pitiful salad I didn't want one. My husband eats meat so he decided to have my soup. He also thought it was bad. He said it tasted "old" like it was made a long time ago, frozen and reheated. Likewise, my husband's salmon tasted old and his mashed potatoes were watery. My eggplant parmesan was also bad. The pasta was cold. The tomato sauce was bland. The eggplant was sliced thinner than I thought possible and tasted like it was frozen and reheated. When an Italian restaurant can't handle a standard dish like eggplant parmesan it doesn't say much for the restaurant. The best part of the meal was the ice water. We won't be back.  
Jul 31, 2007
5 5 5 5 5.00

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