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Hah!

The letter of complaint I sent via snail mail to Delfino's - because they didn't have an email address I could find anywhere, so I sent it to the address on their Yelp site?

Today it was returned undeliverable.

(I also still haven't heard anything more from the health department. I'm not entirely surprised by that.)
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Response from the county public health board:

Hi Ginger, thanks for writing. I forwarded your message to our Food Protection office who will assign an inspector to review your complaint details with the person in charge of the establishment. After the review is complete, the inspector will write back to you with the details of what was discussed and what action will be taken.

Of course, as Delfino's has practically no website and no email address to be found, the only way I have to send my complaint letter to them is via snail mail, which means they probably won't get it until after the inspector contacts them. But this is not my problem.
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Regarding last night's Delfino's debacle --

It totally just occurred to me. What about the people with the veggie pizza? The waiter just like ... went up to them and said "Ok, so we brought you the wrong pizza by accident, so we're going to take away a third of your pizza and give it to someone else" or something? I never noticed what happened at their table, and Ari and I went to Barnes & Noble while we waited for the replacement pizza.
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Ok, lemme try this.

In which Delfino's returns to their previously abyssmal service, or 'No, I'm pretty sure you can't do that.' )

I am so not even kidding. They delivered our meat pizza (that we'd been waiting 45 minutes for) to the wrong table. The other people somehow missed that our tomato-sauce-covered stuffed meat pizza was not their cheese-covered deep dish veggie pizza and added red pepper flakes to it. They served themselves two slices of it. Someone noticed the mixup, took the remaining 2/3 of our now-bepeppered pizza off the other table, filled in the missing third with a third of the other folks' veggie pizza, and informed us that was our dinner. And we had to tell them no, that's not okay with us multiple times before they finally agreed to remake our pizza.

AND THEN HE SCRAPED FOOD SCUM OFF MY PLATE WITH HIS THUMB BEFORE PUTTING IT DOWN IN FRONT OF ME.

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