Sunnyside: Classic Pan Pizza Crust (Pizza Hut) vs. Thin Crust (Domino's) -- any other suggestions (any food type) for delivery?
Sorry to take it down a notch, people, but I have a few coupons to burn and I am trying to choose between classic pan from the Hut or thin crust from Domino's. I have never tried Domino's and don't know if it is acceptable in any way, shape or form.
I would order from Luis at Vogglio, but the last time he delivered, I think that the wheels I got were rather small for the price. This is unusual, because when I pick up pizzas at his place, I leave impressed by the value I get.
Does anyone else have any delivery suggestions to make (any food type) for Sunnyside? I'm looking for some serious dining bargains here. I need as much decent quality grub as I can get for as little as I have to lay out. Only things that normally come with fries are off limits. (Even Canadian Chinese food is alright.)
I hate- I really, really hate- to admit this, but domino's thin crust with ital sausage and mushrooms is the closest I have ever found to traditional Chicago style pizza that I grew up with- I don't mean stuffed pizza, I mean hand tossed, cut into SQUARES and with a sauce heavy on oregano- and with crumbled, never sliced, sausage. We ordered from d's a few weeks ago and I made the mistake of getting "regular" crust, and most of it went in the garbage.
I live close enough to Vogglio to walk there- I can't really explain what came over me...
Anyway, Sunnyside is so close to DT that it would seem for delivery you have a lot more options than your realise- do any places in Chinatown deliver (I honestly have no idea)? Shawarma Station on 10 St?
re: John Manzo
I don't know if any of the places in Chinatown deliver. It would have been nice to get a feed of U 'n' Me, but I don't have a menu. (I sometimes order stuff that isn't on the menu, too, and I find that it is easier to do in person.)
In the end, and on the recommendation of a self-proclaimed pizza lover, I tried Demetris' Pizza (near Kensington Road and 18 Street NW). I tried two wheels, one a New York Special and the other The French Kiss, and I can say that the New York Special was vastly superior to The French Kiss. Very good wheel, if you ask me. Different from Vogglio, but still very good. It was less expensive than Vogglio to boot.