stihlman2/15/20, 11:16 p.m.
Good but seriously overrated. The sauce is a bit thick and acidic, the crust is often on the burnt side, and the crust can be chewy. It’s decent pizza but not an 8.0+. No way. Another huge drawback is that they only take cash or check and are incredibly overpriced. A large cheese pizza with one topping is over $22-23.00. That’s ridiculous. In this day a restaurant should accept credit cards. Again, good but far from great.
dan.kupis5/22/19, 1:13 p.m.
I hated this floppy mess, sauce was very acidic and burns the roof of your mouth. Nothing good about it, doesn’t even come in a box. It gets a 3 because it’s pizza. Ate 2 pieces and tossed the rest, not even worthy of a re heat.
alex.fischface2/17/19, 9:31 p.m.
Perfect crispy / chewy crust balance. Flavorful crust. Seasoned well throughout. Very impressed as a first time orderer.
theguy12/9/18, 6:52 p.m.
Dom and Vinnies is my favorite pizza place in CT besides the mother of all pizza places: Pepe’s. Their pepperoni and bacon pizza is my favorite. They get it right. The crust, the sauce, the toppings. It’s just a work of art. There’s something they do to the bacon and pepperoni that makes it fat less. I swear to god. The pizzas are square and as a guy who isn’t a fan of crust, the middle pieces are my favorite. Pure good stuff. Best pizza around. Can’t fucking beat it!
johnny.and.jaxen10/11/18, 9:47 p.m.
Thin and crispy, classic sauce with some tang to it. If you do toppings, sausage and pepper is great. The Waterbury location I prefer, but Middlebury is 2 minutes away. Domenic and Vinnie’s, cheese pizza coming in high with 8.9. That’s a review.