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I am extremely excited to see this restaurnat open as something new! The menu was small and not confusing. I have been in for lunch three times since opening and I plan on going atleast twice a week, time providing. The food prices are all under $15 it seems. The food is clean and not complex. A nice change of pace. I ordered the Shrimp Penne my first visit and it was mouth watering. My second time I ordered the Salmon Cakes as an appetizer with a Turkey Sandwich. The salmon was cooked perfect. The turkey sandwich looked great and tasted even better. And let me tell you about their french fries. Addictive! My 3rd visit I had to get the Penne again because it was so good the first time. This place is true Cleveland food for thw working stiff like myself, won't break your wallet and is a quiet spot with some class. Pretty cool watching the chef's cook your food in the kicthen in front of you. Has a stage like atmospehere. A must try!
My husband and I had heard about Dominic's Santos from a few friends and finally got the chance to stop in. We went on a weekend night and they were packed! Bright, fresh, clean place...unlike the typical "old, dark and outdated italian places" we've eaten at. Service was friendly and prompt. We had heard they make homeade pasta on site and wow is there a difference. Huge portions...you will most likely have leftovers like I did. And the price can not be beat. I had the homeade cavatellis that were awesome and my hubby had the veal saltimboca. He is usually picky and raved about how delicious it was. Great wine selection and our server told us they have wine dinners every other month featuring food that is not on the menu. We were thanked by the friendly staff as we left, and will sure to be back!
The restaurant inside Severance Hall is now known as Sammy's. Apparently, since it caters to a crowd that arrives an hour or two before each orchestra performance, (all at once) the all-inclusive buffet format is logical. The buffet is $40 and includes an appetizer, salad, several entree items, as well as coffee and GOOD desserts. This past week was my 2nd time dining there and the service staff is good, the atmosphere is nice and I liked that my aunt (a vegetarian) was even satisfied with the food options. The only downsides are that customer traffic is moving past your table to and from the buffet alot and there was only (1) appetizer offering on my last visit, a creamy seafood soup, which I typically don't eat on my new diet. (it looked good though!)