Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Dominos opens on St. Elmo Ave. in Bethesda (Photos)

Dominos quietly opened at 4817 St. Elmo Avenue yesterday in downtown Bethesda's Woodmont Triangle neighborhood. A sign out front is featuring something I've never ordered from Domino's - salads. I guess they're worth a try. A large Extravaganzza pizza is my recommended Domino's order.



26 comments:

Anonymous said...

Chains, chains and more chains. Try Pi Pizzeria. Several stores in several cities but far from major pizza chain. Result? Great atmosphere and really, really good, artisan pizza.

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Anonymous said...

FREE FOOD! FREE FOOD! yells Dyer.

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Anonymous said...

"A sign out front is featuring something I've never ordered from Domino's - salads. I guess they're worth a try. A large Extravaganzza pizza is my recommended Domino's order."

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Anonymous said...

That "OPEN" sign looks like a spanking paddle. And all this time I thought that the founder of Domino's was such an uprighteous Catholic.

Anonymous said...

That "paddle" is called a peel dope. Go to confession. Bashing Catholics. Shame. Tom Monahan has done more good than your entire family combined. what a sophomoric post

Anonymous said...

@ 4:22 AM - Here's a Kleenex. Now offer up your whining for the Saints in Purgatory.

Anonymous said...

If you want to hear His voice, harden not t your heart. Here endth the lesson. Now, go and be a good boy.

Andrew said...

Domino's. Roy Rogers. Renovations at Arby's. We are really going places in this area.

Anonymous said...

Spank me with the paddle!

Poppy said...

How dreadful. Especially with President Obama's favorite pizzeria now in town, there is no reason to ever order Domino's. Has the first family ever even mentioned Domino's?

Anonymous said...

Poppy, that attitude is exactly what is wrong with our country today. But new thinking is on the way, courtesy of Gen X. Change now or be left behind.

Anonymous said...

Dammit. Gen Z. Stupid touchscreen.

Anonymous said...

SPANK ME DYER! HARDER!!!

Anonymous said...

^^^Things he wish he wife would say...

Anonymous said...

Yes, Pi Pizzaria is extremely good. Been there twice already. Not all Dominos stores make it. With at least three pizza shops, or is it four, within walking distance, this one is far from closure proof

Dsntyield said...

This is reminiscent of that Olive Garden review years back. Did you really review a dominos??

Anonymous said...

@ 9:40 AM, 9:42 AM - Actually the greybeard NIMBYs of Westbard do need to be reminded that Generation X has arrived, and that they are way overdue for change.

Anonymous said...

Uhh Let me know when pi pizzeria starts delivering pizza to your door and then we'll talk... dominos is not a sit down restaurant last time I checked.

Anonymous said...

Compaing Dominos to Pi Pizzaria is like apples vs oranges. Yes, at the core they both make pizza. Other than that they are a completely different category of pizza. Dominos is good for delivery, last minute needs, or just cheap pizza. I think the last ad I saw is one topping medium pizza for $6? Pi Pizzaria and other places like it are sit down, offer way better quality food, and alcohol.

However, it is not $6 a medium, it is not cheap, maybe last minute consideration, and not for delivery. Also, if needed I can get Dominos past midnight. And Dominos is a lot better for a kids party than a fancy style pizza.

Anonymous said...

Pi may consider delivery. I'm taking about the quality not convenience. I'd never sacrifice the former for the latter.

Anonymous said...

Sure. If you want cheap, convenient and crap pizza when you're drunk off your ass, Dominos is your spot.

Anonymous said...

And that's why we're lucky there's a variety to appease most everyone. Enjoy for what each one is. When you go to Grotto's at the beach are you really expecting high-end pizza?

Anonymous said...

Good point. Nicola is better but after the bars, give me some Grotto.

Anonymous said...

Nic-o-boli. Yum!