I just can't imagine who gave the job of food critic to Heather. Dominicks may not be upscale Italian food but it certainly is a decent Italian experience. It's family friendly, nice sized portions and a perfect spot for the average dem or republican to go with their family and enjoy good food at decent prices. I totally disagree with your opinion of the pizza. Their crust is the best in town and every combination of toppings always delights. Salads are basic, but good and the pasta dishes are always fresh and tasty. I agree with the others, go back to Olive Garden. Seems like you need to stick ti reviewing chains and stop trying to hurt the small business owners trying to make a living!
Ive had the pleasure of working for Ted and Sharon at dominicks, this review saddens me because of the hard work they put in to taking care of every single guest they can...the sheer volume may prevent them from time to time but they genuinely want to fix any and all complaints, i have always loved the classic feel in a hipster driven world. There is a place for people who want a break from all the over the top trends within their menu...they have never claimed to be 5 star but i can stand by their fresh and consistent delicious food..most will agree. In the end, they are great people..if you wanna give your money to corporate america feel free, they will welcome you back anytime with arms wide open.
Are your taste buds so skewed by olive garden that you do not know what real Italian food tastes like? Sounds like you are on the payroll of olive garden, a chain restaurant with so so food. I have been to Dominick's at least 20 times and they have the best Italian food in tucson, great portions, fresh ingredients(maybe that's why you do not have any idea what real Italian food is supposed to taste like), excellent pizza, soups and desserts, specially the cheesecakes and tiramsu. If you need to drink while waiting for excellent food and expect a small family restaurant to have major selections of beer and wine, find another place as you do not deserve to be a customer of Dominick's. I have never in all my visits there heard one person complain about the quality, taste and selection of the food or desserts. Whoever you are stay away from this home style good Italian food restaurant, they do not need people like you. The repeat customers will also agree it's the best in tucson.
Lol weak ass review. I've eaten there multiple times. The only pizza that is better is Grimaldis. The garlic knots are as good as Brooklyns. The fried zucchini is the best I've had anywhere in town. Go back to Olive Garden. Dominicks doesn't need you.
With an Olive Garden-worthy palate, you really shouldn't be judging. Dominick's is a local favorite for a reason: healthy portions, amazing pizza, and GREAT service--as a matter of fact, I'd rather eat "flavorless" food under the supervision of a friendly,attentive server than have "authentic" food at a trendy downtown spot where some hipster is going to turn his nose up at my because I need a high chair. Lucky for north siders like myself, Dominick's delivers good food and a nice atmosphere.
First of all great side of town second trump sucks along with Reilly's .. Dominicks real Italian is the best Italian food around sorry you have never had the real Italian experience .. It's your loss
It's at Cortaro Farms and Thornydale, an area I wouldn't approach with a ten-foot fork. The Trump worshippers in this area would rather fill themselves to bursting with dreck than drive into "town" for an authentic pizza at Reilly's.
Best bread I have ever eaten! When I get the loaves home, I keep some fresh, lasting a few days, cut the rest with my banjo saw, and freeze for later use. This suits me fine, and the toasted frozen slices enable me to have the bread available and ready for any use I choose!
Can't wait to try it.
I thought this was my secret place I discovered 30 years ago. Their tongue tacos are incredible. I grab an order of these as an appetizer before going to Mi Nidito for chili verde. Love this spot!
You forgot the early bird breakfast. Also if you get a chance try the lunch counter at the Mexican market next door.
I miss myne too. Have you seen it? Tell me have you seen it?
Rat T - thanks, I missed my y.
Their "ears" look ten at least.
Great reading this article! An excellent lifetime cook now renowned chef with amazing ideas to share with the local community. Makes me very happy, congratulations Erika! Wishing you all the best.
The Coronet sounds wonderful, the kind of restaurant that has been missing in Tucson!!!
you're commenting on a review that is five ears old?
Excellent Mexican food. Chips & Salsa the best.
Waitress very knowledgeable of menu and allergies
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