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About Leroy's Kitchen + Lounge
Leroy's Kitchen + Lounge specializes in Urban Eclectic Food from sustainable natural sources as well as Cocktails and local Craft beers! Leroy's is about great food – without being expensive or stuffy -- made with passion and the freshest ingredients for the most prominent flavor paired with "stiff" drinks and good wine! Our menu is intended to be exciting, unexpected and most of all fresh and flavorful. Our goal is to provide a place for our guests to relax with a vibrant atmosphere while dining with good company.
Coronado, CA 92118
Contemporary American, Californian, Gastro Pub
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Sat + Sun 10:00am - 3pm
Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 4pm
Social Hour: 3pm - 6pm
Dinner: Daily: 5pm - 10:00pm
Late Night Social Hour (light fare menu offered) Fri-Sat: 10pm - Close
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music every Wednesday + Thursday night!
See our event calendar at: www.leroyskitchenandlounge.com for details.
Tim Kolanko, Ronnie Schwandt
Private Party Facilities:
We are committed to fresh, local, sustainable food, specializing in eclectic cuisine that changes with the season to provide diverse flavors year round. Leroy's Kitchen + Lounge is proud to partner with local farmers, brewers and manufacturers to create a true farm-to-table dining experience.
Director of Operations
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Looking for a place to host your next special event? Come to Leroy's! Contact Events@leroyskitchenandlounge.com for details!
Leroy's Kitchen + Lounge Ratings and Reviews
A friend and I decided to do a bunch of their Bites (tapas) and cocktails before theater. We had a reservation and were seated straight away at a nice table. We ordered 3 starters and a cocktail each, but were unable to order any more than that as we were abandoned at some point by our server. I finally had to get up and go find the manager to get our check after having not seen a server in nearly 30 minutes. The food we did have was good and the red wine sangria was delicious, would have been nice to have more than one. The food was good enough to give this place another try. I am guessing the lack of service could be due to this horrible cold & flu season leaving them short staffed.
The old menu was better than the newer changes they have done. Octopus used to be great....deep fried? Yuck. The pork chops were wonderful (first one in 25 years). Beer selection and wine is thorough and complete. People from out of town I have taken say it has a real California feel. Great place to just relax.
Sunday breakfast. We had the steak and eggs, which were wonderful. Lots of arugula, which I love! We had the chilaquiles, which were also delicious and quite different than traditional chilaquiles.
The monkey bread stole the show. Seven small rolls baked in a small cast iron skillet. Dripping with caramel bourbon sauce and pecans. Divine!
Great service. Go!!!
While ambiance and service were great and the cocktails amazing, the food was bland. We chose this place for its farm to table style and were excited to try the food, unfortunately both the chicken dish and the lobster risotto were bland. The lobster risotto had four bites of lobster which meant four bites were delicious but the rest were flavorless and therefore not worth the price. Extremely disappointed in the food and would only recommend this place for the variety of adventurous and delicious cocktails. I wish they were adventurous with their food as their cocktails.
Not good on many levels...
I had to flag down a waiter to get our drink order after 15 minutes.
The fish was overcooked.
The vegetable stew was all parsnips and potatoes, and almost no liquid stew broth.
No chanterelle's, chickpeas, or tomatoes in the stew as promised on the menu.
Way overpriced. 2 main courses and 1 martini cost $70.
There are so many good places to eat.
Not sure what happened to Leroy's.
Generally, wonderful food and excellent service.. Best roasted brussels sprouts EVER (and i'm typically not even a fan!). Superb and unique hummus. We're pescatarian, and the fish dishes were great. Would definitely go again, and recommend... plus, it's so close to Lamb's Players Theatre... perfect for pre-show dinner!
We dine here every couple of months. Food is excellent and a great variety of beers. Service is very good but a little slower than most restaurants since it is all made fresh, just don't be in a rush. If you get a chance, go for their Sunday Fried Chicken dinner.
Very poor service. We had to ask 5 times for bread and 3 times for second drink. The wrong entree was served to my friend. She had taken a few bites before she noticed and ended up keeping it as it didn’t make sense to wait for another dish. We were not offered any compensation for this error.
This was my third visit to this restaurant with the previous two being great.
I had made this recommendation for the occasion and felt very disappointed in the overall experience.
I took a friend here for her birthday. The food was very good (we both had yellowtail served on well-prepared vegetables). However, it was extremely noisy - almost impossible to talk. Turned out there is live music on Wednesday and Thursday, and it wasn't a solo singer but a very loud band. Choose your day accordingly. Also, there was no acknowledgement of the birthday - not even a verbal "Happy Birthday."
My husband and I got a last minute reservation at Leroy's after getting into town. I ate an absolutely amazing octopus appetizer which was cooked Argetinian style. I followed this with a salad that included persimmon slices and greens. My husband loved his burger and fries. We will go back before we leave. We hear there is live music on Wednesday and Thursday nights. Really enjoyable.
Tried this venue as a pre-theater option. Prices are high as expected in the Village of Coronado but this sidewalk cafe/beer bar/ fine food joint is not fancy. Decor is rustic, wine list is acceptable, menu is eclectic, and service is as expected at the beach. The burger was worth the visit as was the pork chop. Try the deviled egg app. We would go again
Leroy’s was packed with diners so it is very popular, just not what we expected. We went for brunch but very limited with egg dishes and most items very spicy. Perhaps we ordered the wrong items so would try another time. Service was great and everyone was very friendly.
We were seated outside and no one checked on us for 10 minutes. We told the hostess and asked to be seated inside. It was restaurant week here. The octopus was so good. Burger is good too. We got the brown cake dessert which was also great. Our waitress rarely checked on us. I would try it again
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