I have been going to Gino's for many years, and as far as I know it has been a family operation all that time. The pizza is consistently good, and there is a full service restaurant next door. The place is frequented by a number of Italian speaking guests, which adds a cosmopolitan air, however, it sometimes make you feel like an outsider, particularly since the staff is not especially friendly or welcoming, even to regulars. Go there for a slice, but don't expect anything particularly special. You'll probably have to wipe down your table before sitting down for lunch. You might try Frantoni's on Hilliside for comparison.
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