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My new secret vice...Domino's Pizza

CambridgeFoodie | Aug 13, 201307:13 PM     28

I know, I know. I've posted here for years and followed many CH tips for great unique cuisine...so I am prepared for flack.

I have not had Domino's for 15 years (they apparently revamped their traditional pizza in 2010) and randomly had their pizza about six weeks ago. I like the crust (garlicky), spicy sauce, and the toppings are generous. You also can't beat the price: $7.99 for a large takeout pizza with three toppings; numerous other deals. I've since ordered their pizza three times.

Pizza places that I frequent in Boston include Regina's (usual go to place - outstanding) and Emma's (great toppings). I've had Upper Crust a few times, but am not a fan.

To be clear, I am not saying that Domino's pies are the same as Regina's. What I am saying is that their pies, IMHO, are surprisingly good and now a part of my takeout pizza rotation.

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