The decor is rustic and the food is reliable. The service can be spotty. My favorite dish is the beet pasta. The pizza is good. Their other location has a fantastic view.
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One of the better pizza places with a great choice of wine and comfortable setting. Staff is great and very attentive. We arrived late in the evening but we were not rushed to finish even though we were the last to leave. Such a great restaurant.
Great Italian on Greenwich Street. The setting is Tuscan barn. Over lunch, we discussed the precise difference between "atmosphere" and "ambience" (English is not our native language) and decided Gigino's have great ambiance. Great food too! Nice staff, nice everything.
I have to compare this food to the same great places to eat in the north end of Boston! Being that I was brought up in a itlaian neighbor hood in Boston I know good itlaian foods! The serve was excellent and the breads serve were just like homemade. The drinks from the bartender were perfect and the price was... More
Food was ok, no more no less. View is great however interior seems a bit outdated (depends on where you are seated, other side seamed nicer) Plates were not too clean, portions were ok.
We dined at Gigino on a Saturday night and had a fantastic meal. Our party was six voices and to children. Our server Martina was friendly, professional, and courteous. The food was excellent. Everyone enjoyed there meals. Though I recommend not ordering the steak.
We were here on a busy Saturday evening but our server was prompt, friendly and helpful. The food is excellent; there were six of us and we all enjoyed our meal. I had a shrimp and angel hair pasta which was delicious. It was a bit difficult to converse as the tables are very close together and it was a... More
Full of locals. Food is mostly homemade and delicious. Solid Italian fare by it's namesake Gigi (Luigi). Best Linguini w clams by far. Great variety of interesting salads.
Went with friends last week and it was very nice. Good service and helpful if you ask how the dish is prepared. Nice wine selection, although wines have just gone up everywhere in price. It's crazy. There were four of us. I had the red snapper special, served on top of risotto with veggies, my friends had the bowtie pasta... More
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