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The Nite On The Town Card is an exclusive membership card that enables the holder to dine at a dizzying variety of the San Gabriel Valley's most popular restaurants at a discounted price.

Simply include your card when paying your check. If you are a party of two, one of your entrees (equal or lower priced) will be free or substantially reduced in price. If there are four or more in your party, two of your entrees will be free or reduced in price and you can visit each restaurant up to three times during 2011 and get a great discount each time

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Beckham Grill, La Fiesta Grande, El Portal, Stoney Point, Radhika, Firefly Bistro, Cafe Mundial, Central Park, Matt Denny's, 1810, Cha Da Thai, Dish, Italian Kitchen, Bella Sera and dozens more. 

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View the Domenico's, Arcadia Menu

Restaurant: Domenico’s, Arcadia

Where: 251 N. Santa Anita Ave., Arcadia

Phone: (626) 574-7433

Reservations: Not required

Cocktails: Full cocktail service

Service: Full table service

Atmosphere: Casual

Outdoor Dining: Yes

Credit Cards: MC, AMEX, Visa, Diners Club, Debit Cards (with Visa or MC logo only)

Kid’s Menu: Yes

Senior Discount: No

Hours: 11-10 Tu - Th, 11 – 11 Fr, noon – 11 Sat, noon – 9 Su, 5-9 Mo, during football

Food to Go: Yes

Catering Menu: Yes

Price Range: $2.45 - $23.95, avg. $10 - $15, takeout menu slightly lower


Domenico's Arcadia is at 251 N. Santa Anita Ave.

Fried cheese appetizer with maranara sauce

Garlic bread portion with two dinners, there's actually a slice  missing

Minestrone soup came with scampi dinner

Starter salad came with pasta dinner

Kid's ravioli

Creamy pesto over penne pasta

Shrimp scampi came with pasta, I chose spaghetti with meat sauce


DOT COM DINING A Look At San Gabriel Valley Restaurants by


Domenico’s Italian Restaurant Serving up Family Tradition


By Bill Coburn


Rose and Dominic Bitonti began a small take out deli in 1960. Their five sons helped them establish a business that allows their customers to experience home style cuisine using their favorite family recipes.  They passed their love of their customers and their vision to their five sons who have all owned and operated Domenico restaurants.  Today, there are three Domenico’s restaurants, in Pasadena, Monrovia and Arcadia.  The subject of this review is the Arcadia store.  Each of the stores has similar but different menus, so you should probably try them all.


I took the family to the Arcadia store, and we ordered the mozzarella cheese sticks with marinara sauce.  It was a really good size order, with ten sticks, for just $5.75.  All three of us enjoyed it, the breading was well seasoned and crispy, the cheese hot and melted, and the marinara sauce just the right complement for dipping.  Of course, Keelan likes to dip pretty much everything in Ranch dressing, and to mix the ranch and marinara, so he did, and we let him.  He enjoyed that combination as well.


I ordered the shrimp scampi, which came with pasta, and I ordered the spaghetti with meat sauce.  I ordered a cup of the minestrone as my starter.  Katie had the creamy pesto over penne pasta, and ordered a salad with blue cheese and Italian dressing on the side.  Keelan ordered the kids ravioli meal, with marinara sauce.


I enjoyed the minestrone, a beefy tomato broth with potatoes, carrots, celery, onions, etc.  The scampi came out with lots of garlicy lemon butter and about 8 or so jumbo tiger shrimp.  The taste was quite good, but I wished they’d use a strainer when putting the lemon in, as there were a lot of seeds in the sauce.  But it was delicious, so I worked around the seeds.  And Katie liked the sauce so much, she kept dipping her garlic bread in it.  The garlic bread, by the way, was really good, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, lots of butter and garlic.  Nice and hot.  Good stuff.  I was surprised at the size of the side order of spaghetti that came with the scampi, it was more like an order of spaghetti, as far as I was concerned.  I took more than half of it home, and ate it with a little of the leftover garlic bread for lunch the next day.


Katie enjoyed the creamy pesto, even calling it a perfect blend of creamy and pesto.  She also noticed that while some of the nuts were finely ground, there were chunks of nuts that weren’t so fine, giving it a crunchiness that she enjoyed.  She took a lot of it home, and enjoyed it as a leftover, as well.


Keelan enjoyed his ravioli, but after having the cheese sticks first and helping me a little with my spaghetti, he took some of the ravioli home too, and enjoyed them while he was doing his homework the following day.  When accompanied by ravioli in marinara sauce, I guess some of those math theories are a little easier to swallow.


Domenico’s has a lounge, which features 6 TVs, sporting events, Thursday and Saturday night specials, and karioke on Saturday nights.  While they are usually closed on Mondays, the restaurant does open on Mondays during the football season.  Their web page can be found at, and you will find eight coupons at the site, as well.  They do catering for parties and weddings, and have banquet room facilities, too.


They also now feature a low-carb menu, with more than a dozen entrees, soups, salads and appetizers.  Stop by Domenico’s Arcadia, and you’ll find lots of good food at a reasonable price.  I’m looking forward to reviewing Pasadena and Monrovia, too.


El Zarape Grill in Monrovia has recently added beer and wine to their menu, and with their low priced menu, plus their all you can eat buffet, it’s on my must try it out soon list.  They’re in the Home Depot shopping center, and you can find their menu at 


Matt Denny’s is doing something a little different.  They have Heinz ketchup on their tables, as well as a special W ketchup.  Customers are given “beans” to put in a bottle to vote for Heinz or W, and they think they’ll be able to predict whether W or Heinz (Kerry) will win the November 2nd election.  Stop by and cast your vote.  They’ll be predicting the winner on Nov. 1st.


Casa Del Rey’s Sierra Madre location opened up on Wednesday, Oct. 13th.  You can find their menu online at, and we wish Ed and Donna the same success in Sierra Madre that they’ve had at their locations in Temple City and Arcadia.


Corky’s Place in Azusa is under new ownership in Azusa, on Foothill Blvd.  In addition to the breakfast and lunch menu they’ve always been known for, the new owner is opening for dinner, and adding a Mexican menu, as well.  The prices are very reasonable; I’ll let you know what I think after I’ve eaten there.  In the meantime, why not try it out, and let me know what you think?  It’s a couple blocks east of Costco, and you can let me know what you think by e-mailing me at 


Bill Coburn is owner of, a restaurant website featuring dozens of restaurant’s menus, as well as downloadable coupons.  He has nearly 20 years experience in the restaurant business, and has been eating for much longer than that.

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