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Pomodori's Pizzeria
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Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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121 W McMillan St Cincinnati, OH 45219
121 West McMillan StreetUSOhioCincinnati45219
(513) 861-0080pomodoris.com
$$Restaurant, Pizza Restaurant
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Pizza Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Family-friendly trattoria for Italian fare & wood-fired pizzas, plus apple & ricotta dessert pies.- Google
"Steak hoagie was edible but mediocre at best."
"Pomi's wood-fire pizza is great."
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Mitchell Scott
2 months ago
A lot of people are bringing down ratings over parking their cars illegally. When you should give low scores to the eateries you frequent that have no parking. Pomi's wood-fire pizza is great. Ate there recently and they said there was a hole in the pizza so they made a new one and gave me the other free. I didn't notice anything wrong but they did taste good for lunch the next day.
Joshua Howell
11 months ago
New to Cincy. Looking around at places to eat. Parked my car in Pomodori's EMPTY lot planning on eating there but took a second to walk across the street to look at other restaurants. It took all of 3 or 4 minutes TOPS, and that's stretching it. I never left sight of the store, and turned around to head back. What do I see? them having my car towed. I honestly think the tow guy was eating there or something. Had to pay $50 bucks to get the guy to drop my car. Whole time that older dude with mustache and grey hair you see in all their pics (The owner, maybe?) is standing at the door just watching. Tried to explain that I planned on eating there but got no sympathy. May be delicious food for all I know, but terrible business practices. Their parking lot was empty and I was wondering why, considering the food looked good. Now I have an idea why.
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ED S
9 months ago
Watch out for extortionist!!! Will wait if you use their lot and go next door to Adriotico's. Tow truck will arrive in no time to extort money from you!!! Hope place will get shut down soon. Roach infested, dirty employees, and put your life at risk by eating there!!! AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!!!
Revenge of the Interlude
9 months ago
I absolutely hated this place. The owner is an ass-hole who doesn't care about his customers. I had a question for him and he refused to come to the table and talk to us. I would not recommend spending your money or time at this place. Horrible.
Patrick MCP
11 months ago
WOW... I was a longtime customer from 1989-1993 during my time at UC and had come back to Pomidoris often since those years. So I come to Clifton to pick up a pizza from Adriaticos next door and it took them all of 5 minutes to get a tow truck there to tow my car out of their COMPLETELY EMPTY lot. Now they didn't get my car... but whoever was the dude that told me to watch it I thank him. You need to tell your manager though that seeing as he can't seem to resolve a petty dispute I think I will skip ever eating at Pomidoris again. Any good businessman seeing their lot completely empty and customers next door at Adriaticos needing places to park might consider the economic benefit of making a deal. Compromise it's called. By the way what's with having half the entire parking fenced off? Are you seriously that much of a selfish SOB that your blocking off an entire area? Childish....
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Danny B
9 months ago
pizza is garbage and they'll predatoraly tow cars in under a minute if you accidentally use their lot for adriatico's BOYCOTT!!!!! FUCKIN ASSHOLES
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Maryrichard McGivern
8 months ago
Gluten free pizza was awsesome and calzone was great!!!!!!!!!!!!.
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Loki in New Orleans
a year ago
I genuinely hate giving a restaurant a bad review, but sometimes it is well called for. I spent over twenty years working in restaurants in the front of the house, most of the time as head waiter. This means not only that I know good service, but also that I am more inclined than many to turn a blind eye to errors if the server is obviously “in the weeds,” or otherwise having a crappy night. I’ve been there, it sucks. I have to speak out concerning my first visit to Pomodori’s this evening. The food was quite tasty, but the service was nothing short of abysmal. A spontaneous dinner out with some friends became a comedy of errors in extremely short order. Sitting around for fifteen minutes waiting for a drink order is a bit excessive, but I’ve dealt with worse and still left a solid 20% as long as the rest of service went well. Such was not to be the case. One reason that a good waiter repeats your order back to you is in order to ensure its accuracy. This is especially true if the table is asking for changes to the dish, or “mods,” as most places call them. Our table had several mods, all of the simplest kind- add chicken, add prosciutto, etc. Nothing subtracted, no drastic rewrites of menu items. One would think that your average college student could get that, right? No. Well over twenty minutes after placing our order the first entree arrived, accompanied by a pizza that turns out to be for a different table. Lonely it was as it sat, unaccompanied, on the broad and empty expanse of our table of six. Another twelve minutes go by. Then four more entrees arrive. One of them is a salad, not the pasta we ordered. It goes back and our party begins to dig in, sharing what is there. If you’re having trouble keeping up that is now four out of the six entrees that are on the table. Additionally, my Alfredo was suspiciously lacking in the chicken I had requested. Absolutely famished at this point I wrote it off and began to dig in. Another fifteen or so minutes go by and the replacement for the salad, the Gorgonzola pizza we originally ordered, arrives. That still leaves us one down, a pizza that had still not arrived. I really should have called a manager over, but morbid curiosity had gotten the better of me I have to admit. I wanted to see just how far the quality of service would actually sink. You see, among the other annoyances the server only came by to refill our drinks once during our entire two hours there, when one of our party motioned to her after prolonged neglect. The entire visit was filled with this sort of thing. The check had to be redone three different times, and it would have been more if I had not decided that my time was worth more than waiting another twenty minutes while a $2.00 addition of chicken got removed. It was the first time in over a decade I left without tipping. (I tip 20% for average service so you can imagine what this took.) I want to close with a comment, so that it is fresh in your mind after reading this: The food, was wonderful. I really enjoyed the items that hit our table. All compliments to the chef, still it would have been nice if there were more resemblance to the items we ordered, but it was great eating nonetheless. Since I’m the new guy, only been in Cincy a year and a half, I’m still trying out restaurants. I have a feeling that despite the great food it will be a long time before I go to Pomodori’s rather than trying something new. Service like that is something you remember.
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