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Domino's Menu Is Getting Two New Pizzas Inspired By Takeout Trends

Domino's Menu Is Getting Two New Pizzas Inspired By Takeout Trends


Say goodbye to classic cheese pizza, these menu items are here to stay

Courtesy of Domino's Pizza

Some good news: You no longer have to choose between pizza, tacos and burgers when it comes to Friday night takeour. The popular food chain, Domino's Pizza, announced two new specialty pizzas this week inspired by some of the biggest delivery food trends of 2020.

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But what exactly are the new menu items? The Chicken Taco Pizza is topped with American cheese, taco seasoning, grilled chicken, fresh onions, green peppers and more taco-inspired toppings. And the Cheeseburger Pizza starts with a ketchup-mustard sauce, on top of which American cheese, beef, fresh onions, diced tomatoes, shredded provolone and cheddar cheese are added.

To decide on these new menu items, Domino's searched for real customers who expressed stories of burger and taco deliveries gone wrong via social media. Now, for $11.99 each, Domino's customers can order its new specialty pizzas, hassle free. One of the biggest restaurant pains during the coronavirus pandemic is that tacos and burgers don't deliver particularly well. Pizza does.

"Domino's customers can now have the best of both worlds: the mouthwatering flavors of a chicken taco or cheeseburger, on a pizza designed to be delivered," said Art D'Elia, Domino's executive vice president-chief marketing officer, in a press release.

The Chicken Taco Pizza and Cheeseburger Pizza are available now and join other specialty pizzas on the Domino's menu, which include pies inspired by Buffalo chicken, Philly cheesesteaks, Memphis BBQ and more. And if you want to try these pies but don't care for onions, you're not alone. No onions is one of the most popular delivery requests in America.


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Planet Fresh . . . yeah, still good fresh ingredients, combined with care to create . . . remarkably bland burritos and wraps. Unless you drench them in the provided salsa and limes.

Pink Godzilla -- pretty darn good last time I went! The maki were fresh, a nice temperature, and contained well-balanced combinations of ingredients.

Sabieng Thai is always reliable for a good curry. And the appetizer they have of lettuce cups filled with chopped lime, ginger, shallots, peanuts, and coconut flakes is simple, uncooked, but awesome.

Please, let me know what restaurants you currently enjoy in Santa Cruz! Only opinions based on recent visits, please!


Updated Santa Cruz restaurant reviews/opinions, please!

It seems most of the reviews of restaurants in Santa Cruz on this site are rather out of date.

Mobo Sushi used to be consistent, but I have been there a couple times in the last year or so when they've been seriously off their game. Cold tempura in the tempura rolls. Rolls on which the rice is so cold, they taste like they've been sitting in a refridgerator. The only thing they still seem to get right all the time is the Hamachi Kama.

Planet Fresh . . . yeah, still good fresh ingredients, combined with care to create . . . remarkably bland burritos and wraps. Unless you drench them in the provided salsa and limes.

Pink Godzilla -- pretty darn good last time I went! The maki were fresh, a nice temperature, and contained well-balanced combinations of ingredients.

Sabieng Thai is always reliable for a good curry. And the appetizer they have of lettuce cups filled with chopped lime, ginger, shallots, peanuts, and coconut flakes is simple, uncooked, but awesome.

Please, let me know what restaurants you currently enjoy in Santa Cruz! Only opinions based on recent visits, please!


Updated Santa Cruz restaurant reviews/opinions, please!

It seems most of the reviews of restaurants in Santa Cruz on this site are rather out of date.

Mobo Sushi used to be consistent, but I have been there a couple times in the last year or so when they've been seriously off their game. Cold tempura in the tempura rolls. Rolls on which the rice is so cold, they taste like they've been sitting in a refridgerator. The only thing they still seem to get right all the time is the Hamachi Kama.

Planet Fresh . . . yeah, still good fresh ingredients, combined with care to create . . . remarkably bland burritos and wraps. Unless you drench them in the provided salsa and limes.

Pink Godzilla -- pretty darn good last time I went! The maki were fresh, a nice temperature, and contained well-balanced combinations of ingredients.

Sabieng Thai is always reliable for a good curry. And the appetizer they have of lettuce cups filled with chopped lime, ginger, shallots, peanuts, and coconut flakes is simple, uncooked, but awesome.

Please, let me know what restaurants you currently enjoy in Santa Cruz! Only opinions based on recent visits, please!


Updated Santa Cruz restaurant reviews/opinions, please!

It seems most of the reviews of restaurants in Santa Cruz on this site are rather out of date.

Mobo Sushi used to be consistent, but I have been there a couple times in the last year or so when they've been seriously off their game. Cold tempura in the tempura rolls. Rolls on which the rice is so cold, they taste like they've been sitting in a refridgerator. The only thing they still seem to get right all the time is the Hamachi Kama.

Planet Fresh . . . yeah, still good fresh ingredients, combined with care to create . . . remarkably bland burritos and wraps. Unless you drench them in the provided salsa and limes.

Pink Godzilla -- pretty darn good last time I went! The maki were fresh, a nice temperature, and contained well-balanced combinations of ingredients.

Sabieng Thai is always reliable for a good curry. And the appetizer they have of lettuce cups filled with chopped lime, ginger, shallots, peanuts, and coconut flakes is simple, uncooked, but awesome.

Please, let me know what restaurants you currently enjoy in Santa Cruz! Only opinions based on recent visits, please!


Updated Santa Cruz restaurant reviews/opinions, please!

It seems most of the reviews of restaurants in Santa Cruz on this site are rather out of date.

Mobo Sushi used to be consistent, but I have been there a couple times in the last year or so when they've been seriously off their game. Cold tempura in the tempura rolls. Rolls on which the rice is so cold, they taste like they've been sitting in a refridgerator. The only thing they still seem to get right all the time is the Hamachi Kama.

Planet Fresh . . . yeah, still good fresh ingredients, combined with care to create . . . remarkably bland burritos and wraps. Unless you drench them in the provided salsa and limes.

Pink Godzilla -- pretty darn good last time I went! The maki were fresh, a nice temperature, and contained well-balanced combinations of ingredients.

Sabieng Thai is always reliable for a good curry. And the appetizer they have of lettuce cups filled with chopped lime, ginger, shallots, peanuts, and coconut flakes is simple, uncooked, but awesome.

Please, let me know what restaurants you currently enjoy in Santa Cruz! Only opinions based on recent visits, please!


Updated Santa Cruz restaurant reviews/opinions, please!

It seems most of the reviews of restaurants in Santa Cruz on this site are rather out of date.

Mobo Sushi used to be consistent, but I have been there a couple times in the last year or so when they've been seriously off their game. Cold tempura in the tempura rolls. Rolls on which the rice is so cold, they taste like they've been sitting in a refridgerator. The only thing they still seem to get right all the time is the Hamachi Kama.

Planet Fresh . . . yeah, still good fresh ingredients, combined with care to create . . . remarkably bland burritos and wraps. Unless you drench them in the provided salsa and limes.

Pink Godzilla -- pretty darn good last time I went! The maki were fresh, a nice temperature, and contained well-balanced combinations of ingredients.

Sabieng Thai is always reliable for a good curry. And the appetizer they have of lettuce cups filled with chopped lime, ginger, shallots, peanuts, and coconut flakes is simple, uncooked, but awesome.

Please, let me know what restaurants you currently enjoy in Santa Cruz! Only opinions based on recent visits, please!


Updated Santa Cruz restaurant reviews/opinions, please!

It seems most of the reviews of restaurants in Santa Cruz on this site are rather out of date.

Mobo Sushi used to be consistent, but I have been there a couple times in the last year or so when they've been seriously off their game. Cold tempura in the tempura rolls. Rolls on which the rice is so cold, they taste like they've been sitting in a refridgerator. The only thing they still seem to get right all the time is the Hamachi Kama.

Planet Fresh . . . yeah, still good fresh ingredients, combined with care to create . . . remarkably bland burritos and wraps. Unless you drench them in the provided salsa and limes.

Pink Godzilla -- pretty darn good last time I went! The maki were fresh, a nice temperature, and contained well-balanced combinations of ingredients.

Sabieng Thai is always reliable for a good curry. And the appetizer they have of lettuce cups filled with chopped lime, ginger, shallots, peanuts, and coconut flakes is simple, uncooked, but awesome.

Please, let me know what restaurants you currently enjoy in Santa Cruz! Only opinions based on recent visits, please!


Updated Santa Cruz restaurant reviews/opinions, please!

It seems most of the reviews of restaurants in Santa Cruz on this site are rather out of date.

Mobo Sushi used to be consistent, but I have been there a couple times in the last year or so when they've been seriously off their game. Cold tempura in the tempura rolls. Rolls on which the rice is so cold, they taste like they've been sitting in a refridgerator. The only thing they still seem to get right all the time is the Hamachi Kama.

Planet Fresh . . . yeah, still good fresh ingredients, combined with care to create . . . remarkably bland burritos and wraps. Unless you drench them in the provided salsa and limes.

Pink Godzilla -- pretty darn good last time I went! The maki were fresh, a nice temperature, and contained well-balanced combinations of ingredients.

Sabieng Thai is always reliable for a good curry. And the appetizer they have of lettuce cups filled with chopped lime, ginger, shallots, peanuts, and coconut flakes is simple, uncooked, but awesome.

Please, let me know what restaurants you currently enjoy in Santa Cruz! Only opinions based on recent visits, please!


Updated Santa Cruz restaurant reviews/opinions, please!

It seems most of the reviews of restaurants in Santa Cruz on this site are rather out of date.

Mobo Sushi used to be consistent, but I have been there a couple times in the last year or so when they've been seriously off their game. Cold tempura in the tempura rolls. Rolls on which the rice is so cold, they taste like they've been sitting in a refridgerator. The only thing they still seem to get right all the time is the Hamachi Kama.

Planet Fresh . . . yeah, still good fresh ingredients, combined with care to create . . . remarkably bland burritos and wraps. Unless you drench them in the provided salsa and limes.

Pink Godzilla -- pretty darn good last time I went! The maki were fresh, a nice temperature, and contained well-balanced combinations of ingredients.

Sabieng Thai is always reliable for a good curry. And the appetizer they have of lettuce cups filled with chopped lime, ginger, shallots, peanuts, and coconut flakes is simple, uncooked, but awesome.

Please, let me know what restaurants you currently enjoy in Santa Cruz! Only opinions based on recent visits, please!


Updated Santa Cruz restaurant reviews/opinions, please!

It seems most of the reviews of restaurants in Santa Cruz on this site are rather out of date.

Mobo Sushi used to be consistent, but I have been there a couple times in the last year or so when they've been seriously off their game. Cold tempura in the tempura rolls. Rolls on which the rice is so cold, they taste like they've been sitting in a refridgerator. The only thing they still seem to get right all the time is the Hamachi Kama.

Planet Fresh . . . yeah, still good fresh ingredients, combined with care to create . . . remarkably bland burritos and wraps. Unless you drench them in the provided salsa and limes.

Pink Godzilla -- pretty darn good last time I went! The maki were fresh, a nice temperature, and contained well-balanced combinations of ingredients.

Sabieng Thai is always reliable for a good curry. And the appetizer they have of lettuce cups filled with chopped lime, ginger, shallots, peanuts, and coconut flakes is simple, uncooked, but awesome.

Please, let me know what restaurants you currently enjoy in Santa Cruz! Only opinions based on recent visits, please!