Pretty good pizza for a small town. We ate here when we stayed overnight on a road trip to Colorado. Not disappointed at all.
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We were at a hotel in Goodland and didn't want to go out to dinner. I was a bit concerned that the pizza would get to us at all, but our order was perfect and it arrived in less than 45 minutes. Very good pizza...More
A walkable mile from KOA Campground. We ordered the spaghetti and meatballs. You pay first, fill your own sodas and the maps will be delivered to your table. The food was very good, garlic bread was fresh and was just enough. If you stay in...More
Gambino's is affordable, and tasty pizza. We really loved the pizza buffet wth salad bar. All you can eat for $8 with drink!
We had planned on going to L&T Restaurant but found out that they were closed on Sunday nights so we ended up at Gambino's. We ordered a pasta dish and 2 sandwiches. The food was fairly good for the option we had to choose from,...More
I always give the benefit of the doubt when a place falls between average and very good. We ordered a gluten-free pizza with chicken and mushrooms. Gluten-free can be challenging and I am usually pleased if it is better than cardboard. This was definitely good...More
They have very good pizza. The crust isn't greasy like pizza hut. They also have a nice salad bar with a good selection. The capone pizza is good if you love hot stuff! :)
WOW, this is great Pizza and fast service. I loved the little one and I got everything on it and I mean they put everything on it. The crust was good as well. I did the salad bar and got an extra large drink cost...More
We ended up at Gambino's due to the lack of options in town. The pizza's white sauce was overbearing, mushrooms were canned, and crust was similar to a hard, white cracker. Also quite expensive. Skip this place, travelers.