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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

Periodically, readers save $5 off the $30 price of the card.  Check back for savings.

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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. 

Click here to view the complete list, and to see the discount each restaurant offers to Nite On The Town Card holders.

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Dot Com Dining Restaurant Reviews  Click on photos (except logo) to see them full-size

You can also find our Dot Com Dining columns weekly in the San Gabriel Valley Weekly (print media), Mountain Views Newspaper (print media and online), and SierraMadreNews.Net (online)

View the Sierra Madre Pizza Co. Menu

At $3 and $4, the calzone's are very reasonably priced

As is the Italian Grinder, at just $3.50 for the small

This is a small meatball sandwich, also just $3.50

Extra large pizza, with pepperoni on 1/2 and meatballs and sausage on the other half.


DOT COM DINING A Look At San Gabriel Valley Restaurants by        


Sierra Madre Pizza Company Off to a Good Start


By Bill Coburn


Sierra Madre Pizza Company, which recently opened up in the former K’s Deli location at 181 W. Sierra Madre Blvd., in Sierra Madre ((626) 355-6058), seems to have hit the ground running.  Despite a very quiet opening, they are doing a gangbuster business, if the steady stream of people going in and out of the place, and the talk on the street, is any indication.  Sierra Madre Pizza Company is owned by Ernie Silva, who brings lots of experience and a record of success with him to Sierra Madre, with Monrovia Pizza Co. having already been around for 15 years, Duarte Pizza Co. for 4 years, Baldwin Park Pizza Co. for 6 years, and East L.A. Pizza Co. for 1 year.  It’s my understanding that the recipes and the menus are basically the same at all four locations, so you don’t have to live in the Sierra Madre area to benefit from this review.  Ernie's co-owners in the Sierra Madre store are former K's Deli owners Viken and Knar Tufenkjian.


We’ve eaten at Sierra Madre Pizza Co. several times.  Okay, that’s not quite accurate, we’ve eaten food from there several times.  We’ve never actually eaten there, though there is some limited seating at this location, including a couple tables out on the sidewalk, from which you can hear the concerts in the park that take place each Sunday during the summer across the street at Memorial Park.  This week’s concert, by the way, is Harry Shahoian as Elvis, and the Legends of Rock and Roll, straight from their gig in Las Vegas.  I’m not sure where in Vegas they’re performing now, but I know they’ve played at the MGM Grand, and they’re quite good.  The park will be packed, and I’m sure you’ll see lots of pizza boxes scattered around (Rotary Club will also be selling their tri-tip sandwiches in the park, but I’m sure you’ll still see plenty of SM Pizza Co. boxes).  Part of the reason for that is their Sunday night special, which can’t be beat – a large pizza with two toppings for $8.99 or an extra large pizza with two toppings for $9.99.  Their Monday thru Thursday specials are actually just about as good.  Getting back to the seating, Monrovia does not have seating, nor does Duarte, if I remember correctly.  I can’t say about Baldwin Park or East L.A., as I don’t know.  But Monrovia and Duarte are pick up or delivery only.


Anyway, we’ve had the thick crust pizza from there a few times, usually pepperoni on half and meatball and sausage on the other half.  Thin crust is available on request.  We’ve also had the Hawaiian pizza.  All of them were quite tasty, with lots of meat, lots of cheese, and lots of sauce (you know me and tomatoes, I could probably stand to have a little less sauce on it, but I’ve always enjoyed it, even with the regular amount of sauce on it).  I also have tried the meatball sandwich, which was also quite good, a delicious spaghetti sauce, with meatballs and mozzarella cheese.  Believe it or not, you can get the meatball sandwich with a small bag of chips for just $3.50.  Katie had the Italian Grinder, which comes with mustard, mayo, Italian dressing, mozzarella, capacola, ham, salami, lettuce and tomato.  This sandwich also rings up at just $3.50, an exceptional deal.


Keelan tried a pepperoni calzone, which is just $4.00, (same as the veggie calzone, the cheese calzone is even less at $3.00) and it has a delicious crust and lots of pepperoni.  When I asked him what he thought of it, he said it was very good.  He went on to say that he thought it was even better than pizza.  An eleven-year old that thinks there is something better than pizza?  I wouldn’t have thought I’d get that response, as he is generally open to pizza any time, anywhere.


You have a choice of 20 different toppings in constructing your pizza, and they also offer a BBQ Chicken or a Teriyaki Chicken Gourmet pizza.  Pasta is available, (spaghetti, with or without meatballs, manicotti, ravioli, and lasagna), Buffalo Wings and salads, including an antipasto salad are also on the menu.  They also have other cold sandwiches besides the Italian Grinder, (roast beef, turkey, tuna, ham, or a Supreme Combo, and hot pastrami and hot roast beef sandwiches are available as well as the meatball sandwich.


You can find the complete menu for Sierra Madre Pizza Company at  You’ll also find links to nine different coupons that offer some great savings at their web page.


Los Gueros Grill (45 N. San Gabriel Blvd, (626) 683-9421), which we’ve reviewed before in this column, is now featuring live mariachi music during its Champagne Sunday Brunch.  We’ll be stopping by soon to check out their brunch, and we’ll give you a report on it.  In the meantime, if you don’t want to wait, you can download a coupon for brunch from their web page.


SolyAzul, at 20 E. Colorado Blvd. in Old Town Pasadena (626) 796-0919, is now having a margarita Wednesday special, with margaritas at half-price all day long, 11:30am – 10pm.   


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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