Now that Leo’s Coney Island is finally, finally, finally ready to open in Lakeview on Monday, it’s time for us to start getting excessively excited about the menu. The Chicago-specific menu has been revealed, and much like the national menu, it’s as varied as your standard diner. The “favorites” section alone a mishmosh of genres reminiscent of the “featured!” steamtable at our college dining hall: Fish & chips are side by side with beef stir-fry, alongside cheese ravioli and mac ‘n’ four-cheeses. Still, what everyone’s there for are the Coney Islands: a basic variation (a dog topped with chili, mustard, and onions) runs $2.59, with cheese for thirty cents more. A “loose hamburger” (Coney-style ground beef, chili, mustard, and onions) is $2.89. And then there’s the Special Coney, the unnatural hybrid of a Coney cross-bred with a loose burger, in which the hot dog is topped with Coney-style beef and chili. Sweet heaven, this might have been worth the wait.