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Chicagos has always had an Italian connection In the early 1900s the influence of Italian mafia on Chicago was strong and especially that of Al Capone As the years passed by the mafias influence became less but they surely left behind their Italian cuisine for the people of Chicago to enjoy One such classy place is Luigis an Italian restaurant After enjoying Luigis food ambience and service it could definitely be distinguished as a classy restaurant which is not too expensive Luigis is located at 778 N Route 59 Aurora Illinois 60504 The restaurant requires proper dressing and doesnt allow sleeveless or tank tops Basically the restaurant has three different sitting areas with three different themes One of them is the bar and lounge area It has a live band from Tuesdays to Thursdays and a live singer on Friday and Saturday The instruments used by the musicians are a piano and a guitar It is an area with high bar stool tables and only smoking It has wooden flooring and walls The best part is that the loud music being played at the bar cannot be heard at any of the other two dinning areas The second area is right in the center of the restaurant It is a non-smoking area with a cozy and romantic feel to it It is a small circular room with entrances from four sides and arched window shelves in between with wine racks in them The ceiling is like a dome and has tilted earthen pots fixed to it with some of them having lights in them The room is dimly lighted with candles on each table but the light is just enough to make you feel comfortable The walls have a texture as if made from mud The third dinning area is called the garden No it is not in the out doors but the room has an appearance and feel of a garden The room faces
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