Dominic’s Cheese Steak & Sausage Truck: Worthy Of A Downtown Lunch Or Not?

The last couple of times I’ve been in the lower part of the FiDi there’s been the Dominic’s truck selling Italian sausages and (more importantly) cheese steaks on Whitehall (nr. Water). I haven’t tried it yet, and I thought I’d throw it out to you guys to see if anyone can tell me it’s worth eating at. In other words, is it worth venturing past the Trinidad & Tobago Cart and All American Diner I & II Truck parked nearby?



  • I’d find it hard to believe that anyone in NYC can make a proper cheesesteak. I have not found one yet.

  • Definately worthy of a Sausage, pepper, and onion hero. He also has trucks in Queens as well.

  • How much does it cost? I would have tried it too by now but I hate it that they don’t post their prices.

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    I work a block away. Dominics is cheap.

    He makes a very respectable sausage and peppers hero. Be sure to ask for the hot sausage well-done. He also has some hot italian peppers under the counter, get him to fry them up with the onions/peppers.

    The steak sandwich doesn’t remotely resemble a philli cheesesteak. It’s a piece of actual meat that he pulls out of the fridge and fries up on the flat-top then puts on a roll. It’s quite tasty, but can be a bit tough to eat as it’s not exactly a dry-aged ribeye.

    Dominics isn’t a destination cart, it’s nothing I would walk out of my way to visit, but it’s tasty on those days when I feel my cholesterol level is just too dang low.

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    You guys have convinced me that it’s at least worth a shot for the sausage & pepper hero. Thanks for the intel!

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