Dick and Dora's
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thedoo319

Glen Cove, NY

#65 Oct 31, 2013
i have the best memories of dick and doras .as a child in the 60s, i went there with my parents. my favorite table was in that small nook with a table of 4 in the front. i used to pretend it was our special table. we Always started with baked clams and soaked up the wine and garlic sauce with awesome bread. we had a table of 10 in 2008, a family get together with family we havent seen in a long time.the food was great.my hubby and i went a couple of times in 2009 for early bird specials , also great. budget tight havent been out to dinner in quite awhile. while driving around today cause i had to drive with that dumb engine light turned off to get the car inspected, i went up and down blocks i havent seen in ages . dick and doras was gone. how sad.but very nice memories.
Rob

Novi, MI

#66 Jul 25, 2014
Michael wrote:
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This is so bizarre; the place was never sold to other owners; it stayed in the family. As far as the culinary school, the son went to the Culinary Institute of America; one of the best culinary schools in the world. Some loser is saying all this negative stuff has some agenda. I went to D&D for 20 years and always had great food, great service, and never saw a dirty dish or any sign of anything bad. Great restaurant; Miss you guys !!
I agree great place great food . Even worked there for awhile ...
Rob

Novi, MI

#67 Jul 25, 2014
Bear wrote:
It was a place i gew up eating at all the time. Eventually worked there for quite awhile. You people are crazy, up until 2000 it was a great place. Never saw any type of rodents. Where are they now???????
I agree it was a great place with great food . I am sad to hear its gone. I worked there up until I moved away in early 2000.
Stevie Dee of Anaheim CA

Anaheim, CA

#68 May 30, 2015
Joe Hydrusko ran it in the 1950's until around the 80's (his death). Like my father, Joe was a Pearl Harbor Survivor. When he owned it the restaurant was great and the pizza was the best in the area.
Chas

AOL

#69 Jul 28, 2015
It was great and great memories through the 1960's.
Chas

AOL

#70 Jul 28, 2015
Stevie Dee of Anaheim CA wrote:
Joe Hydrusko ran it in the 1950's until around the 80's (his death). Like my father, Joe was a Pearl Harbor Survivor. When he owned it the restaurant was great and the pizza was the best in the area.
You remember what I remember. It wasn't just that we were all young, the place was advanced.

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