Best Italian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Italian food in San Dimas. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Italian restaurants near you.. San Dimas is a city in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County, California, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 33,371. The city historically took its name from San Dismas Canyon in the San Gabriel Mountains above the northern section of present-day San Dimas. San Dimas is named in Spanish after Saint Dismas.
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4 based on 30 reviews
Pizza 'n Stuff has delivered reliable red sauce Italian food for many years. Their pizzas are fine, and their pasta is delicious, but what I really enjoy is the house salad that has a mountain of mozzarella cheese on it that tastes soooo good! After your meal, try the spumoni ice cream. It's da bomb.
Sundays are pizza night on our house, and it's usually Mike's Pizza! (During the winter months they will close early if business is slow, so in those cases we hit up Round Table). We've been going to Mike's for years. The crust is WONderful, and I usually pour a little side of marinara to eat it with after I've eaten the 'slice' part. I also like how they use sliced cheese instead of the shredded. Watching our favorite Sunday night show and eating Mike's Pizza makes a great way to end the weekend.I've never had the customer service issues mentioned, but then we don't go in during the week. We're strictly carryout only. Patricia is usually the one answering the phone on Sundays and seems to know her customers -- I know she knows me! On the rare occasion that our order was wrong (I can think of only two instances in how many years?), Patricia doesn't hesitate to correct the situation. We've never been disappointed!The dining area is stark and bright with a claw machine, a soda fountain and a tv, but it seems clean. The business seems more geared toward delivery & carryout -- the dining room seems more like a convenience for those that want to just step in for a slice (and there's more than enough room for that!). The lunch specials look like excellent deals, usually featuring pizza by the slice. I think the pricier one I was looking at yesterday was all you can eat pizza, salad and drink for 6.99. I wouldn't mind grabbing a chair to sit there for however long it took to eat my piece of pizza and drink a soda -- I've been in much worse!The hours are a little earlier than most pizza places, and I've learned it is because they're usually in early to make pizzas for some local schools. It's nice to have a nice neighborhood pizza place that's involved w/the community AND knows who you are!
4 based on 18 reviews
Wanted to like this place, but we will definitely not be returning back. This was actually our 2nd visit. Our first visit was years ago, so we decided to give it another try and unfortunately, we remembered why we had not returned in so long. We walked in on a Tuesday evening, and were not greeted by anyone and just sat down ourselves. Took a while for anyone to come over and acknowledge us and say Hi. My husband ordered the Linguine with clams and when his minestrone soup was served, it was luke warm at best, I rtn the soup myself to the counter and they obviously just popped it in the microwave oven to warm it up and served it back to him without even a "sorry about that" etc. Guess I wasn't expecting it to get "nuked" and re-served like that. He was also expecting bread with his soup, but it arrived with his entree. I ordered the 4 piece special pizza and it was again not too hot and way too much cheese on the pizza. All the extra cheese took away from the flavors of the pizza toppings, but the crust was decent. I feel the prices are a bit too high for this establishment and since I had a glass of Chianti (which I was charged $8.50 instead of the $8.00 as stated on their menu) our bill was $40.00. My husband just had a glass of water. ;-( The two servers we interacted with were nice and friendly, once we actually got their attention, but we were overall disappointed with our experience here and therefore will not be returning back. There is definitely a better Italian option just a block away on Bonita.
4 based on 77 reviews
Large portions and kind of pricey. I got the pesto tortellini and was disappointed that it wasn't served aldente.... kinda mushy for my taste. The large salad was ok and the side ceasre salad was good. Michael the waitress was young, (couldn't serve a beer), but was pleasant and checked in on us often. Perfect day to sit outside. Will just know to get something other than pasta if we return.
We've been to this place a few times for softball/baseball team gatherings. It's a good pizza place but it can be a bit outdated with ripped chairs and seems like it could use a deep cleanse. They do have TVs and arcade games to keep kids busy. The food is always good and the service is decent.
3 based on 31 reviews
New location. I would like to write a review about this restaurant in San Dimas. Ca.
My family and I went there for my birthday. Our waiters name was Ramero.We haven't had such great service in years. He was so friendly, polite,very accommodating and acted like he really enjoys his job.He made us feel like he was happy we were there.The food was excellent from the appetizer to the dessert.
4 based on 50 reviews
We stopped in because we were hungry and all the other eateries were crowded this evening. The busy staff was corteous and offered us prompt and professional service. We each had a different pasta and each of us agreed our dishes were ok. The fried calamari was crisp but lacked flavor. It was so thinly sliced that all we tasted was the breading. All in all, it was a nice time.
4 based on 15 reviews
This little gem was discovered because of its great ratings. Did not disappoint. The food ( seafood with linguini, scrimp, clams) was the best I ever had. The service was impeccable, the atmosphere was cozy, the location was safe with little traffic..my family who ordered other dishes were also quite impressed.Maybe the owners can give cooking lessons to the other crappy Italian restaurants on how to make authentic dishes. Mama Mia, I will be back.
4 based on 26 reviews
Nice place in San Dimas center. Got a pizza to go. It was average as was the price. They made it pretty quickly. The crust was of medium thickness. Decent selection of wines too.
4 based on 84 reviews
Been eating at Warehouse Pizza for 20+ years and aside from the beer selection and video games, nothing has changed. All food I've had here is very good even the sandwiches and pasta, but you SHOULD be ordering their pizza. Good quality ingredients, their dough gets cooked perfectly but not too thick. Good selection of craft beers, ample indoor and outdoor seating and a ton of locals. And yes, have a salad with their famous ranch dressing. Be Prepared to pay cash, they have an ATM inside.
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