Was very excited to try the gluten-free pizza crust. Hm. Not good. Pasta was fine, but nothing special.
A friendly, mature (28 yrs. by her testimony) waitress (that was servicing my table) and I discussed the idea of her having a cider and me a beer at a time and place of her choice. It was an option, not a date, or a firm appointment or expectation of any kind by either of us. The 350-400lb GM soon... More
I really like the cooking and the drinks they serve here. The ambiance is great, the bartender is very efficient and consistant with the drinks. The menu has a little bit for everyone and the food is always and fresh. I come back whenever I can.
While this is part of a chain, the caliber of the staff and food it top notch. They've recently remodeled the location in Ellicott City and it's brighter and more cheerful. The waitstaff is still consistently friendly yet professional and the menu offers something for everyone's taste from pizza to burgers, to steaks and seafood. It's also one of my... More
We stop in Uno's for lunch or dinner whenever we are in the area and are hungry. The food is always served quick and is always very tasty. I particularly love the Uno's Power Salad, and my wife usually orders the 2 for $12 selection which includes choice of two of pizza, pasta, salad or soup. A great value and... More
They hold the door open for you and always greet you or say goodbye. The food is very tasty. I love the shrimp scampi.
It's a chain, and I'm from Chicago and have eaten at the original Unos hundreds of times. So I know they changed the recipes in the franchise version of the pan pizza but when you are 800 miles from the original, this is a reasonable substitute. The sausage is from home, wish more folks did sausage like they do. The... More
My wife had breaded halibut with barley and I had shrimp scampi over linguini - both were excellent.
Chicago style pizza can start arguments among pizza aficianados. but once you've had it, you will at least crave it occasionally. Imagine my surprise when a little research showed that Uno was pretty much the only game in town for Chicago style. The dining room was bustling, and included many families, but my wife and I were seated quickly in... More
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