Our Dominos Pizza Wing review is by far the most popular page on this site. It seems many people
are curious enough about Domino's wing offering to google reviews...and a portion of those seekers end up here reading our thoughts on the popular pizza chain's attempt at serving up buffalo wings.
With that in mind, I wanted to revisit my previous review and see if the last couple years of Domino's overall brand revamping did anything to improve the quality of the wings.
Short answer....."blah" Read on!
Domino's Pizza - Re-Review
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Labels: beyond the ohio valley, Domino's, family dining, late night, lunchtime, national franchise, ohio, ohio valley, Pittsburgh, wings are not the main thing
Dave & Buster's - Pittsburgh's Waterfront
180 E Waterfront Dr
Homestead, PA 15120
If there was ever a place where the food and menu was secondary to a different, all-together separate attraction…that place has to be Dave & Buster’s. Commonly known as “the adult version of Chuck E. Cheese’s,” Dave & Buster’s boasts a lot of fun under one roof. There’s a lot going on at Dave & Busters, unfortunately, the food aspect of things lacks the flash and excitement of the arcade side.
“But isn’t it just glorified bar food?” one might say. “With a line-up of deep-fried-favorites, what do you expect?”
You’re right. There are lots of appetizers masquerading as entrées… and vice versa. The menu is mostly like a Friday’s or an Applebee’s. Trouble is, the prices are too high, the portions are too small, and frankly, it seems like no one in the kitchen at Dave & Buster’s cares all that much. That attitude shows in the lackluster food. Wings included.
Quaker Steak and Lube - PNC Park
Pittsburgh, PA 15275
In the arena, behind sections 109 and 322. Open during all sporting events and most special events. Limited menu available.
I know. It’s a little backward reviewing the Quaker Steak inside PNC Park before reviewing a brick and mortar QS&L proper. But that’s just the way it’s gonna be.
My past experiences with QS&L inside PNC Park have not been exactly stellar. As a rule, the wings are usually barely warm, sometimes chilly, without enough sauce or with too much sauce, and never crispy. If it weren’t for the sake of writing this review…I probably wouldn’t have bothered to get wings on this night. However, if I had opted for some other ballpark fair then I would have missed out on the best PNC/QS&L wings possible. Tonight, they nailed it!
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