Food was average, nothing special. Cheese pizza was really cheesy and flavorful, but on the greasy side. Calzone was good. Marinara is good. Didn't feel like a clean restaurant.
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We stayed at the Holiday Inn next to this restaurant and we're exhausted from our drive our thought was it's kinda hard to mess up spaghetti let's just have itallian. I am so glad we went in there to eat... It was totally AMAZING.... spaghetti, alfredo, strombolli, mama's trio was all good.. We would recommend this restaurant..
Literally the best pizza I've ever had. Family members ordered spaghetti and calzones and said there were also delicious. The service was great -- food delivered quickly and drinks refilled often. Oh, and a great value!! If you are in the area, I HIGHLY recommend a trip to Dino's!
Stopped here late after work. It wasn't busy and I was immediately seated by a very courteous waiter. The homemade breadsticks and marinara sauce was good but the sauce is a bit thin. The fried calamari was well fried and came with a nice spicy marinara. For my main course I had the chicken souvlaki. Both skewers were jammed pack... More
Stopped here and had pizza and beer. Food was ok, wish the pizza was cooked longer,it was done but I think if it were browned more would be a better pizza. Logan was our server and she did a nice job and was a very pleasant person to interact with.
Not a bad little Italian joint. Lots of variety and a full bar. Entrees are priced reasonably. Nothing stellar to report but overall a good experience and decent food/service. I had baked Ziti with meatballs, others had pizza and antipasta salad. No complaints or raves but a solid dining option if staying in the area.
The eggplant Parmesan was less than impressive. It was nothing more than cheap frozen breaded eggplant rounds with a bland sauce and a little mozzarella sprinkled on top. The one bright spot of the meal was the server. She was very nice and attentive.
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