1st, I must say that my review is influenced by the environment and not jut the food itself, which was likely influenced by the store front possibly not being complete construction wise? The food: Ordered a Ex Lrg thin NY cheese pizza. I'm very picky, and there's only a select handful of places around I consider to come close to real NY pizza, and to my surprise, the pie from Cha Cha was actually pretty good - makes my short list of places I consider acceptable. The only problem with the pizza was the oven. Like many short-cutting Texas places, they use a conveyor style oven instead of a true NY "deck" style oven. The key difference in the "standard" NYC deck oven is gets slightly hotter, but more importantly, the decks have stone surfaces. That's the key reason the crust comes out so good in NY, because the pizza is places on a 600-700 degree stone surface - so you get "conduction" from the bottom on the crust, and "radiation" from the normal oven heat on the top. If only Cha Cha would splurge for the real NY oven, it would be really good pizza. Too bad. THough the cheese and sauce were great, and unlike in the real NYC, the cheff was pretty friendly, and generous with the cheese too! We also ordered a meetball hero sandwich. It was ok, but nothing special. THe pizza was definitely more memorable than the hero. Pizza gets 4 stars The environment: Possibly construction related issues, but on our visit, it was hot inside (virtually no AC), there was no ice for sodas, and there wasn't even an operational bathroom. When I asked if there was at least a sink to wash my hands, they said due to plumbing problems, we had to go next door to the gas station. Kinda yuk, though the place was clean inside, so didn't discourage us from eating... Environment gets 2 stars.
3. Pizza Hut
Pizza was 1 hour later than expected delivery time, they forgot my drink, and the pizza was cold. The manager wouldn't refund my card for the forgotten beverage. He said with credit cards the refund had to be all or nothing. In my opinion, he should have refunded the whole thing. If I had wanted…
18. Pizza Hut
The "PIZZA" was critical AWESOMENESS, the service was FREAKING INCREDIBLE and the CINNAMON STICKS oh don't get me started on the CINNAMON STICKS, these golden brown beauties with creamy icing brought tears to my eyes..... Soo Good
26. Pizza Hut
i order a pizza and they coulnt find my adrees and they cancelled my order without telling me after 1hour i called them and an indu guy told me i gave the wrong adress and number and the next day i call to check if the money was in my account and the guy who answer the phone he verify my adress …
27. Pizza Hut
If I could give a zero I would. I have been ordering from this location for at least two years. Online and pick up both. I had the worst experience today and will never eat at pizza hut EVER again. I ordered online and after I got the confirmation I noticed my address was correct but it didn't h…
What a treasure in Oaklawn Zini's Pizzeria is for us. I moved to Oaklawn in October, 2012 and had Zini's Pizza for the first time shortly after. I am in my 60's and I have not found excelent tasting pizza like Zini's since I was a kid and a family from Italy opened a Pizza Shop in a cornor store in our neighborhood in Philadelphia. The taste and texture of Zini's pizza is just like the dough that was so wonderful from that first experience of pizza from a true Itilian family. And, the sauce tastes exactly like the sauce my Mom used to make from scratch and would simmer on the stove from about 8AM till around 6PM when we would have dinner. Zini's sauce is so rich and thick and the spices are perfectly balanced. Zini's pizza is like a party in your mouth. I have not tried any other of Zini's dishes, as I can not bring myself to order something other then Zini's pizza, because I would feel as though I was missing something if I did not have the pizza. I am sure all of the dishes that use Zini's red sauce are out of this world because of their wonderful tasting sauce. I have been telling everyong about Zini's. When I find something so good, I can not help but share the good news with my friends and people I meet in Dallas.
The bartenders are funny, and if you visit a few times, they will remember your name, your face, and your drink. The food is beyond most bar food I've ever had. I really like almost everything, but the chicken quesadillas are awesome, the burgers are juicy, and junk bucket fries are fun. There are choices for the calorie conscious...for instance, I often get the Turkey, lettuce, and avocado sandwich on a brown roll, with extra tomatoes instead of mayo and vegetables instead of fries. The pool tables are nicely maintained, and the waitresses are friendly and flirty, unless you're just rude. In that case, yes, you will probably not get the best service. They have drink specials every day, a great Wednesday all day, all night happy hour, shuffleboard, a punching bag game...now I'm feeling like a homer. I will say that I think you get back whatever you bring into a place. If you come in ready to have a good time, you'll have a good time. If you don't, go to McDonald's, get drive-through, and go home.
I was greatly impressed with this small yet powerful church! The minister is very sincere, he pulls no punches, and also provides an altar call where people can come up and repent. I was shocked at it all! I've been a Christian for more than 18 years, and I've been exposed to a lot religion and church living; this is the first time in a long time where I've seen a balanced service of praise & worship, preaching, teaching and instruction. Not to mention the friendly and courteous way the pastor and his wife are to visitors! I encourage you, if you are looking for a home style, good ol' fashioned preachin' church, this is the place. It's right next to Dominoes Pizza facing John West in the Pleasant Grove Area
The other day I stopped by this restaurant and have to say to I was pleasantly surprised, after ordering suppa di mare I can honestly say that it was the best I had in a long time....nedless to say that I am a big seafood lover and know how to recognize a good dish, also the waiter was checking on me and my dad often, he was courteous and even gave us great info about what we could do after dinner around that area..since we dont live in that area. I recommend this place if you are looking for a good quality meal at a descent price in downtown dallas. By the way, the place is not too big...but cozy and with nice atmosphere and music. I will come back to this place next time I am around.
Every technician i've met has been friendly and professional. They always make sure the intensity isn't too much and the laser treatments haven't really been too painful at all. The receptionist is always so nice and very flexible with scheduling appointments (which can be tricky since I'm at school most days from 9-5). I've been told they aren't running the same special that I bought since they were losing money that way but there is a similar one for slightly more, which is still a great deal--I'm considering buying it again since not having to worry about shaving is so nice. Definitely buy it if you happen to run across it!
So who doesn't like a pizza buffet. For lunch. On a Friday. Hoping this wasn't going to be a Cici experience, I found free parking nearby and headed in. First thing to catch my eye (other than their Moonshine menu that I can't do because I have to go to work afterwards) was Creme Soda to drink. Got one. The Pizza Bar isn't huge but it's nice: a big bowl of "greens" to make your own salad, kale salad, pasta salad, roasted Brussel Sprouts, MacNCheese, sandwiches, green bean casserole (?), pizza pinwheels, and a constant stream of fresh pizzas rolling out of the kitchen almost constantly. Not bad for a lunch buffet.
The Bottom Line I've been coming here for about 14 years and have thoroughly enjoyed my experience every time. The pizza is very close to real New York style pizza. The cheesecake is good too. Pros Great pizza Good service Very clean restaurant Nice friendly family atmosphere Plenty of Police presence Pizza available by the slice or pie Affordable Plenty of tv screens to watch the game Game room Cons Hours of operation not listed on YP Search Description Carmine's Pizzeria 7615 Campbell Rd Dallas, TX 75248 Located at the NW corner of Campbell & Coit, Dallas, TX Phone: (972) 248-8110
I love this place. The owner Steve and his wife are good people. It doesnt have a lot of seating, but the food is good. For under ten bucks you get a salad, garlic toast, pasta how you want it, and a main dish. I love their veal parmesan, and the eggplant parmesan. Steve has gone out of his way to make me happy several times. He has had an order recooked, and has also delivered to my business. I go here once a week. This is a regular stop for me. I also like the Big Daddy pizza. And..btw, I am straight, and no one has ever been mean to me, or not been nice to me. Good customer service all the way around.
After a spring trip to Italy I came back craving authentic Italian food. But I couldn't find anyplace here in Dallas that served Pasta Carbonara a delectable, creamy, smokey dish that is everywhere in Italy. I got on yellowpages.com to find the closest Piggy Pies just to order one of their great pizza's and when I complained about not being able to get my favorite dish anywhere I was pleasantly informed that they make a GREAT Carbonara!!! I'm hooked and they even deliver for free. They know who I am when I call and are fast and friendly. Well done Piggy's, you've got my business for life