My bf and I used to go to Dina's all the time, but our visits have been tapering off. I keep giving them chances because they have to absolute best ""mild"" flavor in town. I wish I could just buy a jar of it and be on my way. I have been telling my friend about the place for ages and finally got her to go with us tonight. Now I wish we'd gone somewhere else. Went in and sat down, and a blonde came over to take our drink orders and acted like she absolutely HATED us for no reason at all. Then we sat there probably another 15 minutes before the waitress who'd walked past us ten times decided she could wait on us. They were not that busy. Had the mean blonde helped her more, it would have been a much more satisfying experience. Three of the four of us ordered wings, and the server warned us that the wings were now 9 for $5.95. I was not happy, since I'm used to their wings being tiny anyway. I think 9 wings for $5.95 is a bit overpriced, in a city where every bar has wing specials. Heck, even Rally's has wings and they're a lot bigger. I thought, well, if you get fewer maybe they'll be meatier than usual. Wrong! They were small and so overcooked there were scorch marks on a few of them. Having just watched the movie ""Waiting"" last night, I didn't bother to complain. At least the sauce was good. I could have licked it all off the wax paper the wings came on. The people next to us started looking for the server when the mean blonde failed to bring their drink order that she took 20 minutes before. My bf sat and waited awhile for his second drink as well. Sorry I took someone new there. I think it will be a long time before we go back.\r
Excellent chocolate martinis. Annoying girls at the bar. You win some, you lose some...\r
Oh, and celery is $1.50, by the way. Yes, $1.50 for a few pieces of celery. If you want bleu cheese, it's 40 cents more.
Pros: Good wing flavors
Cons: Wings are overcooked, tiny, and overpriced