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Reviews For Pizza Domenica & Cellardoor

Ian McNulty finds a neighborhood pizza parlor with a modern upgrade in Pizza Domenica, and Sarah Baird breaks out holy dining commandments at Cellardoor.

Inside Pizza Domenica
Inside Pizza Domenica
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This week Ian McNulty reviews Uptown 'Italian tavern' expansion Pizza Domenica: "While the original downtown Domenica is an upscale Italian restaurant that gradually built a strong (at times frenetic) following for its pizza, the newer Pizza Domenica was designed to update the neighborhood pizza parlor." Snapper crudo, grilled october, chicken liver pate, and great beer/drinks bring the parlor to the modern age, and the garlic knots are "quite worth planning a visit around on their own." [Advocate]

Sarah Baird comes down harsh on CBD gastrolounge Cellardoor when a late(ish) dinner includes too much noise, chips on a dinner plate, and 86'd items to suit her taste: "It is worth ordering the burger and a side of the sweet-and-spicy plantain chips and then taking them to the restaurant's outdoor seating area, which seems to be the only respite from the noise." What follows her review is a  27+ comment thread of somewhat enraged readers.  [Gambit]

CellarDoor

916 Lafayette Street, , LA 70113 (504) 265-8392 Visit Website

PIZZA Domenica

4933 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-301-4978

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