I only dined here once and really liked the Sub I had. It was delicious and while I was waiting, the lady brought it to my table. I happily added a tip to my bill. Why 2 stars then, you might ask? That's because I went back on July 28, 2013 looking for an evening snack and coffee. Most of the other coffee shops were closed and I wasn't sure of Domino's; so I waved to the young lady I saw inside, trying to ask if the shop was open. She didn't seem to understand. I tried the door, found it open and walked in. The young lady, probably of Indian ethnicity, appeared to be going through a very painful period. At least, that's how her face looked like to me. What about smiling to the customer and something like "I'll be right with you"? Strike 1. She didn't pay much attention to me standing and kept on talking to someone. Strike 2. When she finally turned to me, I asked if they serve coffee. She didn't understand so I repeated my question. She said no, with an attitude that indicated "you're looking for coffee in Domino's? Go to Starbucks instead" Strike 3. When I was walking out, I saw her laughing through the corner of my eyes. Strike 4. Domino's needs to get rid of her before she gets rid of their customers.
One thing you will find in common with many of the great pizza places in Columbus is; When you walk through the door you may see 2-3 generations of family members working there. Rotolos on west 5th Ave, Rubinos on E Main street, Gattos on N High St. all prime examples. This creates consistency. If you love the pizza it will be the same next week or 5 years from now. This place uses high quality ingredients and is not stingy with any of them. They make their dough from scratch all day as needed. prices are very reasonable. Everyone has their own "Favorite" pizza and I wont knock anyone's favorite pie, even the guy posting before me, who obviously prefers Pizza Hut and the chain places. I guess there's a reason there are so many of them.
Great little family owned mom and pop shop with awesome pizza and strombolies. Watch out when people start finding this one it will blow up. Not very visible so most don't even know of its existence but it only takes trying it once and your find your favorite pizza place. I've never been disappointed since discovering it. 2nd place winner of last year's Slice of Columbus competing against many chains and establishments thats been around years and beat all but 1. My go to Pizza choice every time. Small, quaint, friendly hometown feel.