Best subs everrrrrr!!!. I moved away from Jersey and dream about these subs. Cheesesteaks are the best I've had. Time to make a run to Jersey. I'm so glad they are still there.
Works with no works. We ordered 6 subs, I order a Tuna with the works. The sub had lots of tuna and runny mao but no works.The roll was also soft.
RedHeadGolem is a FreakinBigMoron. That's right. I said "freakin'." In honor of South Jersey and all my friends and family and neighbors who LIVED off Dino's their whole lives. YOU BIG DUMMY! Do you not own a tongue? Dino's subs are the greatest subs ever made. Forget the tuna. (That's what shoobies ... I mean ... people from Philly always ordered.) The cheese steak with lettuce, tomatoe and hot peppers is something I get teary-eyed thinking about. (My mouth is watering right now.) Theirs is way better than the Philly cheesesteak, and even better than ... dare I say it ... the legendary White House counterpart. Let me give you a little history: The submarine sandwich was INVENTED in Atlantic City, NJ. The birthplace was White House Subs. The bread they use is baked right across the street at an Italian spot whose name I forget. The bread itself is shipped all over the country. (Something about the water used.) Dino's uses that bread, and if it fell apart on you, it's your fault. Prolly had too much b.s. on there. And who orders pizza from Dino's? For pizza, you got to Tony's Baltimore Grill in A.C., or the local fave, Jo-Jo's. Alright. I'll leave you alone now. Don't ever do that again, though.
Overrated; so-so pizza. This is one of those Jersey shore "institutions" that gets a pass - mainly from tradition-loving locals. Went here a few weeks back on a busy weekday afternoon. The place was packed and it was mainly chaos. Ordered three slices for me, a hoagie for my wife. Pizza was mediocre - vaguely reminiscent of Elio's. Hoagie was supposedly OK - but bread fell apart easily. Am told Dino's delivers all over the continental U.S... am I understand there are people on the West Coast ordering from THIS JOINT? Is there nothing closer?!
Editorial Review. Casual spot serves overstuffed specialty sandwiches and gourmet pies to locals and vistors, alike. But bring cash; credit cards not accepted.
Two Words: Tuna and Chips. My cousin swears by them and so do I! The tuna and chips is great, but just about any sub you order will be great. When in Margate, visit!
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