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I often order Dominos pizza and I feel impressed with their service and the technology that they have in their shop which tracks the progress of customer's order on the screen - in the oven, ready.. along with the time it takes to go through each stage.Definitely good pizza and prices.
3 based on 19 reviews
Hand-tossed pizzas, baked on the stone. Forty beers on tap. Patio dining.
Not NYC pizza but pretty good. Had the large cheese and it was pretty tasty with lots of cheese. Mostly enjoyed the excellent friendly, efficient service. kept our excellent Guinness on draft and other drinks and water quickly replenished. Worth a future stop to try something new. Nice bar area with TV's for sports. Lots of nearby parking.
It's great to be able to pick out all your toppings for your salad, or pick one of the combinations on the menu board. Plus, everything you can get on a salad, you can get on a pizza, or vice-versa. The pizzas are nice and thin and delicious, and quick. The salads are a really good size and we found that sharing a pizza and salad was quite filling for two people. I can't wait to return and try the cauliflower crust pizza - it looked so good. The food is sourced locally and you can tell it's very fresh and they are concerned about the environment with their cardboard bowls and metal reusable pizza trays, etc. You can get a wonderfully healthy, delicious meal here!
4 based on 37 reviews
Casual pizzeria chain offering NYC-style pies, plus pastas, subs, stromboli & wings, as well as catering and delivery
Not sure about the service because order was handled by someone else, but didn't seem delivery took that long. Gyro was good -- too much feta cheese -- but meat was seasoned well and vegetables were fresh. Fries were real potatoes. I would eat there again.
4 based on 27 reviews
Horrible place, horrible manager, horrible delivery, cant say enough how bad this place is... donât ever order form them ; they have soooo much to learn about business and customer service ... They way theyâre going about their business ... theyâll be out of it soon!!
4 based on 166 reviews
Correct taste, flavor, mouth feel and blend of materials that results in a good, wholesome chew & ability to slurp down the tomato cheese mix if you want to, try to avoid peak periods or you will wait.
4 based on 61 reviews
Stayed in Chantilly and decided to order a pizza to be delivered. Having never eaten here, I figured a cheese pizza would be a safe choice.I was right! It was easy to place my order over the phone and the delivery came fast and hot and was very tasty. I would recommend this place and would definitely order from here again when in this area.
4 based on 533 reviews
Ciao Osteria is an authentic Italian eatery featuring delicious entrees and Neapolitan wood-fired pizzas made completely from scratch. Our goal is to serve true traditional Italian recipes made with the freshest, most authentic ingredients available, whil
Friends were hyped about the food here, but we werenât that impressed. The veal Marsala was covered in a sticky brown gravy. I couldnât detect the flavor of Marsala wine that gives this dish its signature flavor. The veal was served with spaghetti covered in the same gravy. Also, I thought the veal could have been pounded to tenderize it. My wife said her manicotti was okay, but not wow-worthy. She felt it was overly salted and undercooked (not as creamy as expected). Maybe this is Osteriaâs recipe, but it wasnât to my wifeâs liking. The highlights were the side salads and rolls served with olive oil for dipping. Finally, I think Iâm spotting a healthy trend. Three restaurants where we dined recently did not have salt and pepper on the table. If itâs a trend, itâs a good one, because I know I would have sprinkled salt on a few things, probably out of habit. And we all know that Americans eat too much sodium. Our friends shared a wood-fired thin-crust pizza and loved it.
4 based on 91 reviews
I love eating here. In fact, my whole family loves this place. They have a variety of different foods to accommodate different preferences and Iâve never had something I didnât like. Even when thereâs a line, it moves quickly and you get your order quickly with great service. The staff here are always nice and the portions are more than filling. Make sure you check out the different cakes they offer for dessert! Theyâre SO good!!!
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