Like the other top pizza chains, the Dominos Pizza menu has a nice variety of crusts (new recipe!), specialty pizzas and toppings to satisfy most crowds.
Domino's seems to have branched out a bit more then Pizza Hut and Papa John's in terms of unique specialty pizzas, toppings and other options such as sandwiches
and pasta (of course, the menu options vary by location, so check your local Domino's offerings).
In addition to Domino's "new and improved" tomato-based sauce, they also have a white pizza sauce that is pretty
impressive. Let's take a closer look at the Dominos Pizza menu.
Domino's has a unique family of specialty pizzas called Domino's American Legends™. This collection of pizzas offers interesting alternatives to the standard
variety. We haven't tried all of these yet, but they do look quite delicious. They include (depending on location):
Honolulu Hawaiian PIzza - ham, bacon, pineapple, roasted red peppers, provolone cheese on a parmesan crust.
Philly Cheese Steak Pizza - um, yum...includes steak, onions, green peppers, mushrooms with provolone and American cheese on a provolone crust.
Did someone say provolone crust?
Pacific Veggie Pizza - Roasted red peppers, spinach, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes and black olives with feta and provolone cheeses on a parmesan
Cali Chicken Bacon Ranch™ Pizza - chicken breast, white sauce, smoked bacon and tomatoes on a provolone crust.
Fiery Hawaiian™ PIzza - ham, bacon, pineapple, roasted red peppers, jalapenos, hot sauce, provolone cheese and mozzarella cheese on a
cheesy parmesan crust.
Buffalo Chicken Pizza - chicken breast, hot sauce, onions with provolone and American cheeses on a cheddar crust.
Memphis BBQ Chicken Pizza - chicken breast, BBQ sauce, onions with provolone and cheddar cheeses on a cheddar crust.
In addition to these, the Domino's Pizza menu also offers a collection of specialty pizzas called "Feasts". These include
"beefed" up versions of your mainstream pizzas including:
ExtravaganZZa Feast® - lots of everything including pepperoni, ham, sausage, beef, and veggies.
MeatZZa Feast® - load o' meat, including pepperoni, ham, sausage and beef topped with extra cheese. Better get the sweat pants on for
Deluxe Feast® - combo of pepperoni, savory Italian sausage, green peppers, mushrooms, onions and cheese.
Bacon Cheeseburger Feast® - includes beef and smoked bacon topped swith cheddar cheese.
Vegi Feast® - a nice medley of veggies, but with an extra layer of cheese.
Hawaiian Feast® - pineaple and ham with extra layer of cheese.
Americas Favorite Feast® - pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms and cheese.
Ultimate Pepperoni Feast® - two layers of pepperoni sandwiched between parmesan, provolone, mozzarella and oregano. Oh my!
The Domino's Pizza menu has the standard crust variety (and touting a new and improved hand tossed crust recipe which includes more garlic and seasonings).
Classic Hand Tossed
Ultimate Deep Dish
Brooklyn Style - (big, thin and foldable)
The one crust we didn't see on Domino's Pizza menu is a multigrain or whole wheat crust.
The whole wheat crust variety probably isn't a fan favorite with most people enjoying pizza, but it is a nice healthy option. We're disappointed not to see it on
Domino's Pizza menu.
We are indeed impressed with the variety of toppings offered on the Domino's Pizza menu. In addition to the normal stuff, you can also get
things like spinach, feta, steak and chicken.
White sauce is also offered on one of Domino's specialty pizzas. We couldn't find white sauce at Pizza Hut or Papa John's.
Most of the pizza chains try out items that aren't pizza on their menus. Domino's is no exception. They are really pushing their pasta bread bowls, which look
quite good although we tend to stick to the pizza at the pizza joints.
Domino's has also added sandwiches to their menu. Again, they look yummy...but we're there for the pizza.
In 2007 Domino's enabled online and mobile phone ordering. You can check out the
Domino's website for more information.