Tagged: pizza

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Il Buco

Il Buco has been a much-awarded cheapeats restaurant for many years. How it has eluded our reviews until now is a mystery! The team at Il Buco makes traditional thin-crust pizza and sells it by the slice ($6). The pizza is partially cooked, and you can choose to either have...

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The Dominion

It was a cold and rainy Sunday – the perfect day to take the family for a hearty roast Sunday lunch. So off we went to a restaurant and bar that I must admit to having driven past almost daily but never visited. The Dominion (a former GPK location for...

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Sal’s Authentic New York Pizza

Our pizza research continues!  After we published our review of Epolito’s, we received several recommendations to try Sal’s Authentic New York Pizza. So last night I headed out to visit their K’Rd pizzeria. To recap, New York style pizza is thin-crust with simple toppings and the slices are “foldable”.  We...

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Epolito’s New York Style Pizzeria

Epolito’s has been on our list of “must visits” for some time. It has received many positive reviews and has a loyal following amongst pizza cognoscenti. So just what is New York style pizza? It’s known for its large, thin, wide and foldable shape. The dough is traditionally hand-tossed and...

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Barilla Dumpling

Of all the many Asian restaurants on Dominion Road, which one do you choose?  This one! Alexia had interviewed Al Brown the week before and he had raved about it so we had to see for ourselves. Barilla is one of the hole-in-the-wall Asian restaurants on Dominion Road. There is...

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