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The pizza is OK, the entrees are less than OK, and the prices are somewhat on the high side. The dining area is small but the waitstaff is pleasant. We only frequent here when we have no other options.
Mostly just come here to pick up Pizza for takeaway - it is the best in the area and they do have a lot of creative choices if you're just stopping by to pick up a slice. A few years ago they added a nicer...dining area off to the side and I have been there to sit down and eat once. It is small, but ok - feels a little to open to the crazy pick up side. They do a brisk business and that speaks to the food. Good quality, decent portions. Owner always seems a little grumpy, but hey... working a hot kitchen is no party and he's always working.More
Good local place to eat. Nice size portions and the owner is very friendly and very hands on. Been going here for years and always enjoy it. BYOB. Limited parking but never an issue. Great Greek salad!
Rino's used to be Penn Pizza. It's not a bad place. You can order and pick it up. You can get delivery and now there's a nice dining area to sit and eat. The only thing is, it's the most expensive pizza shop in the...area. You are paying for the remodel. LolMore
When I feel like a good pizza or a plate of pasta my wife and I go to Rino's with our beer or wine in-hand. It is the best and most welcoming BYOB restaurant around. Try their Trenton Style Pizza with sausage and green peppers...its...great. We did just that last night.More
I was conflicted in going here - read the reviews, heard the feedback from our community. We ordered pizza for a kids night in - good pizza, nice crust and good toppings. When I went to pick-up, there were many employees just standing around (maybe...early in the night?) and 3 of them were eating in plain site. This tells me that they don't respect the "front-of-house". It's a small detail, but leaves an impression nonetheless.More