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eldogg | Aug 14, 201906:44 PM     5

After having been to Dominicks many times over the years, I wanted to try something different. So yesterday, I went to Mario's. I was very disappointed. I ordered a Caesar Salad that just didn't taste like Caesar Salad. I then ordered a Penne Ala Vodka with Shrimp. The Shrimp was cooked to perfection. But the vodka sauce was kind of liquidy (not thick) and lacked taste. My dinner partner's marinara was the same ... just didn't have that Marinara taste (tasted more like a tomato sauce). Fresh bread at the table was excellent. But all in all, not what I was expecting.

Other than Mario's and Dominick's, what have others had good experiences with? Are Enzo's or Ann and Tony's any good?

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