Uno Chicago Grill offers Mid-Western food and hospitality
By Allen Payton, Publisher
Whether you are in the mood for indulgence or healthy eating options, Uno Chicago Grill has just the ticket for both, from excellent New York strip steaks, to lobster and shrimp scampi, to wonderful salads and low-fat and carb options that taste great. Additionally, they have a full Gluten Free menu, and full information about their menu and offerings, on line. Of course they offer their tasty deep-dish, Chicago-style pizzas. Home Delivery is also available from their full menu, to the surrounding communities.
Locally owned and operated by long time Antioch residents Matt and Marilyn Pellouchoud, Uno’s features a family friendly environment, along with a great Sports Bar with the best mini-appetizers around. They have a special kids feature with a Kids Eat Free program on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Please ask for Matt personally when you stop by so he can say hello, and make sure your visit is exceptional in every way possible. Uno’s focuses on friendly, informative service, with smiles and attention given to all the details of exceptional quality.
Uno’s also provides many services to our community, most notably their Fund-Raiser program that offers up to 20% of sales driven by your specific club or organization. Just give them a call and they can set up your own Fundraiser, and make some dough for you and your cause. (Get it? Dough. As in pizza dough?) They focus on local high schools, elementary schools as well as many churches and civic organizations.
If you are looking for some great Mid-Western hospitality, outstanding food and menu options, along with a comfortable and warm environment, stop by their location in Antioch at 4827 Lone Tree Way, or give them a call for directions or reservations at 925-522-8554. Visit them online at www.unos.com.
They are open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 11a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday, with lively music and excellent food, served late for your convenience.
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