new name, same stuff
here's my review when it was called The Breakfast Club.
We love this place. The server is always very friendly and responsive and the Thai food is delicious. One really exciting thing is that you can order Thai food for breakfast. I love that I can get green curry first thing in the morning.
I live in the area and I really wanted to like Dominicks. I've been 3 times. The food is not terrible by any means, but it's not remarkable at all. It is not homey, not particularly authentic... but I know it's still a new place and could be having growing pains. I'm not Italian, but I respect the cuisine and appreciate it when it's done right.
Tucson is becoming much, much more happening than I ever thought it could be ten years ago. Santé!
Great article, good to see these businesses and their owners highlighted and promoted!
Dominick's menu and execution is fantastic. This coming from an Italian who's lived in many big cities (since that seems to be a necessary credential in this debate).
Everyone is entitled to their opinion but let's perhaps stay on topic shall we? No need to slander the neighborhood.
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Thanks, Rita. Obviously, I mis-read Dominicks as Domino.
RioRican, Fast food restaurants aren't even mentioned.
It's been ages since I've had a meal at any fast-food restaurant, and nothing I've read here will change my mind.
Tomorrow afternoon, I'll be heading off to my kitchen to make up one my fabulous spaghetti-with-meatball dinners.
At a tenth of the cost that fast-food restaurants charge.
Plus 200% more delicious!
There are new restaurants opening all over the valley. I can't even keep up with the changes. Could you start a monthly update and show new name and new address, even if you don't have time to do a review on them??
Lasagna and More is opening March 1 on the NE. Great marinara!!!
Super review. I have a new found respect for HH. Finally someone who can call a pot black. The poverty stricken neighbors who have never had a decent meal out in their lives defend this place simply because they don't know better.
We've been going to Dominic's for years. We love the lunch special and the dinners have never left us grumbling. ( We don't care for Olive Garden. Tastes too much of Chef Boy-ar-dee. ) To each their own. I am just gob smacked at how such a lovely place got slagged. Pity. Dominic's is a grand place.
duh, Marty, that's her job. Mymoney is that she only ate there twice,
I've never eaten there, but what I find curious is ...Why does the reviewer continue to dine at Dominicks if she thinks it's the worst place for Italian food ?? If I have ever had an awful food experience at a restaurant, I NEVER return.
I live in the area and frequent Dominick's. No relation to the owners, not even friends. But love the food! Meatballs and spaghetti ...wonderful. Fried eggplant ...wonderful.
i am always amused when people who don't agree with the review accuse the reviewer of a 'sour connection to the people" or they "have it out for them". Nothing could be further from the truth,, In my experience the responses are from people who are friends and family or have been asked by the owners to write a response.
The reviews of this place say it all. Look at yelp!! It's a wonderful place with great food. Obviously this person either has sour connections to the people working there or just a sour attitude in general.
I drive from the Far East side of town to specifically eat at Dominicks. Always had the best food. Pasta, pizza and salads either dressed appropriately or dressing on the side. This place has quality food and terrific service
As a resident of this area (I live across from the omni) I resent sabasabas's comnent about that side of town. I am a bernie loving liberal that grew up on this side of town. If you want trump lovers, go to oro valley.Sabasabas you might want to remove that 10foot pole from you colon along with your head. As far as this hack review goes, you can place it where you removed the 10 foot pole from. While my experiences from Dominick's has ranged from good to terrible, I try to remember that it is a small business that has its good and bad days....just like every other place in tucson. As I am from a large metropolitan city originally, I find it comical that citizens of this one horse town look down on other citizens of the same one horse town.SMH.
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