Went here to grab some takeout and was helped by the same person who was behind the counter 20 years ago. Gino's has not changed one bit and it probably won't until it's gone. The pizza has always been way too greasy and that hasn't changed, but it's part of the charm. The house salads are usually very good but not sure abut nothing else. This is the local pizza place and that's it. It will be the last restaurant standing on this increasingly vacant row.
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