No, you're not seeing things – this is a post about Domino's Pizza! I recently saw an excellent TV spot featuring Domino's President Patrick Doyle basically saying that he knew his pizza sucked, and that they had done something about it. Locally, I am a big fan of Olivella's Avera Pizza Napoletana across Hillcrest from SMU… but after a night of Chivas at Zen, the impulse to research this post was strong.
"The primary changes include: a garlic seasoned crust with parsley baked to a golden brown; sweeter, bolder tomato sauce with a medley of herbs and a red pepper kick; shredded cheese made with 100% real mozzarella and flavored with just a hint of provolone."
So? Yep, it's better – considerably, I think… but then again, I was at a bit of a deficit…
Never fear – next post is The Mansion.
Can you believe it was only 80° at lunchtime today? Me neither, but here is proof – refreshing open air dining on N. Henderson:
My buddy is moving from Dallas, but wanted to make sure to hit Olivella's before he leaves. I had no problem wit dat.
^The guys working in front of the 1000º pizza oven.
Proprietor Charles Green opened his terrific pizza joint in '07. He partnered with New York pizza man